Before and After

This blog is about breasts. Small ones, and large ones. Real ones, and fake ones. But more than that, it's a documentary about perceptions and feelings of inadequacy. And confidence, too.
Sassy!

Sassy!

Thanksgiving night.

Thanksgiving night.

Interrupting the flashback photos with this awesome shot from last week…

Interrupting the flashback photos with this awesome shot from last week…

I can’t even… I just… so much lust. I love this woman so much. 
After the second childbirth, her body didn’t bounce back as quick. Her stomach stuck out as far as her beautiful small breasts—in clothes, we mean—and it made her feel uncomfortable. Less feminine. Less confident. More like a girl and less like a woman, like a mother of two. 

I can’t even… I just… so much lust. I love this woman so much. 

After the second childbirth, her body didn’t bounce back as quick. Her stomach stuck out as far as her beautiful small breasts—in clothes, we mean—and it made her feel uncomfortable. Less feminine. Less confident. More like a girl and less like a woman, like a mother of two. 

She looks great naked, but that wasn’t the issue. And it never is. Here’s another before shot of the Missus, on film, contemplating her upcoming surgery. Wanna know what the issue was? Start here. 

She looks great naked, but that wasn’t the issue. And it never is. Here’s another before shot of the Missus, on film, contemplating her upcoming surgery. Wanna know what the issue was? Start here

At this point, we had already met with the Doctor and scheduled the date. In fact, with the same Doctor that did the Missus’ mom’s breasts back in the 80s. Shocking? Yes. There’s a bit of surprise to that story. And you really should read it from the beginning, because it’s fascinating. 

At this point, we had already met with the Doctor and scheduled the date. In fact, with the same Doctor that did the Missus’ mom’s breasts back in the 80s. Shocking? Yes. There’s a bit of surprise to that story. And you really should read it from the beginning, because it’s fascinating. 

Here is another film shot from before. You can practically see where the breast used to be, before second childbirth. The breast is not disfigured, or photoshopped, or anything else but beautiful and real. This is the truth. This is how it is for many women—one day you’re an A- or B-cup, then you’re a D cup. And when it’s all over, the mass is gone and all that’s left is skin. 

Here is another film shot from before. You can practically see where the breast used to be, before second childbirth. The breast is not disfigured, or photoshopped, or anything else but beautiful and real. This is the truth. This is how it is for many women—one day you’re an A- or B-cup, then you’re a D cup. And when it’s all over, the mass is gone and all that’s left is skin. 

Here’s a great before shot, shot on film. It perfectly captures how the Missus felt about herself, and how she fit into her old B-cup bras after giving birth to our second child. 
She’s beautiful, right? Of course she is. 

Here’s a great before shot, shot on film. It perfectly captures how the Missus felt about herself, and how she fit into her old B-cup bras after giving birth to our second child. 

She’s beautiful, right? Of course she is. 

Pregnant boobs. Awesome, or not awesome?
We’re going to start showing some more before photos for the new followers who haven’t gone that far back.
Here, the Missus was 23 years old. Pregnant for the first time. She was originally a small B-cup sized breast. With pregnancy, that ballooned to a full D cup. 
Pregnant breasts are not like un-pregnant breasts. They are full and stiff and engorged and not as enjoyable. They are in some instances painful. I wasn’t allowed to play with them. Do you know how hard it is to see something so awesome, but be reproached due to pain?
That isn’t the case anymore. In fact, they’re about the same size now, fake, as they were then, natural. And that’s the point. 

Pregnant boobs. Awesome, or not awesome?

We’re going to start showing some more before photos for the new followers who haven’t gone that far back.

Here, the Missus was 23 years old. Pregnant for the first time. She was originally a small B-cup sized breast. With pregnancy, that ballooned to a full D cup. 

Pregnant breasts are not like un-pregnant breasts. They are full and stiff and engorged and not as enjoyable. They are in some instances painful. I wasn’t allowed to play with them. Do you know how hard it is to see something so awesome, but be reproached due to pain?

That isn’t the case anymore. In fact, they’re about the same size now, fake, as they were then, natural. And that’s the point. 

Is this blog bookable, or sellable?
We have no illusions that we’re super model attractive. We’re not. We’re normal people and we know it. But this is useful information, right? The photos and the text, this really helps some people, right?
Anyone?

Is this blog bookable, or sellable?

We have no illusions that we’re super model attractive. We’re not. We’re normal people and we know it. But this is useful information, right? The photos and the text, this really helps some people, right?

Anyone?

Anonymous asked: My wife and I want to thank you both for sharing your experience. Reading it has helped us to see how much the decision to undergo enhancement is one for both of us to make together. I think without "Before And After" we may have never taken the plunge, but now we both believe it is something we want to do. Your wife was beautiful before surgery and she still is after, inside and out. Thank you!

This is just too great. This is why we made this blog. We really do believe that this is a normal conversation for some people, some couples, some mothers, and for some women. This has nothing to do with porn star or societal looks. It’s a personal decision, and everyone is different. So, thank you. And you’re welcome. We took the plunge, and we hope that this information will benefit others in a way that we didn’t have when we started it. We say this often—please share your decision and your progress!

Anonymous asked: Has your increase in bosom size changed your sex life and sex drive?

I particularly like the seatbelt boob, when the strap splits ‘em, you know? When I’m driving and the Missus is in the passenger seat, it’s fun to act like a sixteen year-old again, to stretch my arms and land over there, and inside for a nice grope. I think most men are 16 inside, sometimes, or at least like to relive that timeframe. Just a bit. I did this with the Missus’ small breasts, too, but I’ve very much enjoyed where we are presently.  :)

"I’m very attracted to breasts, actually, and I also really love my own. In the same way, I’m more confident now with my own. The Mister never had a problem grabbing mine when they were puny, but I felt inadequate and self conscious, and I was unable to derive much pleasure with them from the Mister. Now that I’m fuller, I really really enjoy the sensation. I also really enjoy it when the Mister grabs me from behind throughout the day, or in the car, or when we’re walking and he brushes up against me.

I wouldn’t say that my drive is different, but we’ve always had a very active and healthy physical relationship. I know that the Mister loves it when I thrust them into his face. And in turn, I love the attention and sensation that I derive from them. More so than before.

Lastly, I want to mention that just because I’ve answered this question doesn’t mean that I’ll answer more. Especially rude, disrespectful, or inappropriate questions. And I can’t imagine the appropriate need to ever go into more detail than this, which is already very personal. So, don’t consider this an invitation for more personal details.”

Anonymous asked: Do they hurt during sex? Can they be squeezed without pain?

"No, they don’t hurt. And yes, they should be squeezed. All the time."

Anonymous asked: I really have been enjoying the one photo a day series, I like the more artsy kinda style and hope there are more photos in the series

I’m sorry that I won’t be able to keep it up, at least, not at this rate. There’s only one more in the queue, but we’ll try to get another photo shoot sometime soon. Also, thanks.