I just discovered that Nicole Kidman and I have something in common. We both love pregnancy for the way it gives us curves! In an interview with Ladies Home Journal, Kidman shared her excitement over her new fuller figure, which put her in the average range for bust size. Nicole, if you are reading this, I know exactly what you mean! I know I will miss this figure once my nursing days are over. I’m sure that there are tons of woman out there who are enjoying the boosting benefits of pregnancy and nursing.
I always get a kick out of seeing the teeny women of Hollywood pregnant. For once, they look womanly and real. Let’s forget how quickly they return to size zero for a moment. Do you think that might be the reason celeb pregnancy has become such a hot topic? Do a lot of women appreciate the images of the fuller figured versions of these famous women?
Most women gain at least one to two cup sizes during pregnancy. The changes are most dramatic during first pregnancies as the breasts prepare to produce milk for the new baby. Subsequent pregnancies do not always cause such dramatic changes. Unfortunately, for most women, the curves vanish one pregnancy or nursing is over.
For those of us who do not experience such dramatic changes, fitting into maternity clothes might be somewhat of a challenge. Maternity clothes always seem to be cut for D cups or much larger, sometimes leaving an unflattering gap of fabric flapping around at your chest. Sometimes a safety pin will do the trick. Other times you might need to wear a camisole or have the shirt tailored to fit. If you have this problem, try looking for garments that are made from stretchy fabric. They are more likely to conform to your individual shape.