I never cared about my itty bitties but somehow I ended up with less 8 months postpartum than when I started | The Sun
A TIKTOK mom had shared her drastic breast size change just eight months postpartum.
Haven Presley (@havenpresley) posted a video with before and after bikini shots of how her boobs have changed after breastfeeding.
Haven shared a shot of herself at nine months pregnant and a shot of herself after eight months postpartum and seven months of breastfeeding.
The new mom wore the same orange twist bikini top in both videos while laying on a poolside chair in the sun.
Haven joked: “Somehow I ended up with less than I started with but it's fine.
“I’ve never cared about my itty bitties but this is just sad lol.”
Haven’s video has amassed over 30,000 views and other moms rushed to the comments to share their experiences.
One mom said: “No because after bf for 6 months I recently quit and now they feel so empty and sad.”
Another mom said: “Yep after 4 kids they were just little pieces of loose skin. Bought some new ones a month ago, now they look like I’m nursing all the time. Love them.”
One mom shared how postpartum and post-breastfeeding breast loss can be a positive.
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She said: “The grass is always greener on the other side, I’m a bigger-chested-girlie and I’ve always hated finding a bra or swimsuit.”
Haven started her TikTok journey as a teacher but has now quit and is a stay-at-home mom.
The former teacher quit due to her mental health and said she was in bad place mentally after two years of teaching.
She said: "I just came to the realization that there's no way I could keep doing this job and be a mother and stay sane."
Raven added that her $2700 a month could just cover a nice daycare in her area, which was upwards of $2000 a month.
She added: "I didn't want to work just for it all to go to day-care when I could just stay home."
She now has over 400,000 TikTok followers and regularly shares videos on her life as a new mom.
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