Bigger boobs was like my first symptom...went from a 36C to 40DD during 6-8 weeks along! Since then, NOTHING. I'm hoping they stay this size but I'm worried they'll grow again when milk comes in, as I'm sure yours will!
On the plus side, at least you won't get stretchmarks on them And they might still bump up hugely in the third tri, that's when all my main bb development happened in my first pg.
Woohoo for third tri! Mine have finally filled my whole B cup, and I consider that progress! lol My mom went from an A to a C and stayed there, so I've always hoped my day might come...you've given us hope!
I went from an A cup to a C cup in my first pg, but jumped from a mid-B to a C from about 32 weeks onwards. And when my milk came in, WOW. Hello D-cups! There is hope for you all yet!
PS: But they didn't stay that way. When my milk supply settled, they went down to a C, then an early C-late B cup at about 6 months, then finally back to an A when I stopped BF at 12 months. I was sooooo filthy about it lol.
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