Thursday, February 24, 2011

Pregnancy Boobs - Look, but don't touch...hard

Why does God like to mess with people? Beautiful tree filled with succulent red apples, but don't eat them! Beautiful white light, don't go towards it!

You may not be able to personally relate to those two examples, but I know the men reading can relate to this one:
Man get's Woman pregnant. Woman's breast get very large and beautiful, but Man can't even touch them (even if it's accidentally)!
At only 11.5 weeks, my wife's tata's are morphing into quite the impressive jugs (your welcome honey, I think). I'm not a pig, but it's incredibly attractive and she tells me that it's only the beginning (I'm giggling like a little school boy). Isn't it funny how Western Man has developed such an infatuation with the female breasts? Soon, I'll be forced to give up the thought of my wife's bazookas as a sex object and relinquish them to the newborn child. Incredibly weird thought.

Typically, mothers should breast for anywhere from 6 to12+ months, but nowadays it's not always possible for working mothers to breastfeed for an extended time period. Additionally, there are other medical concerns that requires mothers to wean their child off breast milk early. Read more about common breastfeeding problems on

It must be an absolutely amazing shared bond that a mother and newborn have when breastfeeding. Such a primal instinct and the ultimate motherly act. The gaze of a child into the mothers eyes during feeding is enough to melt the heart of even a perverted passerby. If I could, I would totally whip out my mammary and let the little one have at it.

F.Y.I. - Do you know what's the funniest thing to shop for when registering? Breast Pumps.

What's your opinion about breast feeding in public? Have any funny stories related to this article? What's the oldest child you've ever seen breast feeding (and I'm not talking about your husband). Please share them by clicking the comment link below.


  1. I'm a little confused by the statement "Typically, mothers should breast feed no longer than 6 months." The American Academy of Pediatrics actually recommends breastfeeding for at least 12 months, but there are many reasons why women stop before that point.

    My son is seven months, and I'm still nursing. I'm hoping to make it until a year. If I do feed him in public, I look for a private area and use a cover. I don't have a problem with others nursing in public. When a baby is hungry, you have to feed him/her. It's hard to predict when a baby will get hungry, and I'm sure no one wants to really listen to a baby screaming loudly out of hunger.

    I do recommend keeping a good sense of humor about it. Although it's natural, it does seem weird at times to see that your body is producing milk.

  2. Melanie, you are correct. The online source that I found that from should be shut down:). I double-checked and fixed the post. Obviously, I am also a fan of breastfeeding humor. When ladies whip it out to feed like it's some kind of show, that's when I get a little annoyed. If it's done in a tasteful manner (pun intendedheehee) it's all good. Thank you for your comment!!


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