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5 Reasons Why Post Baby Boobs Are Magical

Once you have a baby, boobs go from being fun to functional.

They aren’t quite as perky and they’re out on display so often, they’ve lost much of their mysterious appeal.  BUT…post baby boobs aren’t all gloom and doom – they definitely have their perks too.

I actually think that post-baby boobs are way cooler than pre-baby boobs.

Find out why after the jump!

Reasons Why Post-Baby Boobs Are Magical:

1.  They can cure all kinds of ailments.

-Have a clogged tear duct or pink eye? Squirt some breast milk on it!  Diaper rash? Squirt some breast milk on it! Does your baby have cradle cap? Squirt some breast milk on it. I swear this stuff has magical properties.

2.  They get you out of doing stuff.

-Don’t feel like cooking dinner, folding laundry or washing dishes? Just tell your husband you can’t, because you’re busy feeding the baby.

3.  They enable you to lazily feed your baby.

-When I first started breast feeding, it was the hardest thing I’d ever done in my life. I dreamed of giving up and exclusively bottle feeding my baby. But, now that I’ve gotten the hang of breast feeding it’s so much easier than bottle feeding! There’s nothing to heat up, nothing to clean…all I need is a boob and I’m golden.

4.  They make you exempt from wearing sexy, yet uncomfortable, bras.

-I’m pretty sure sexy nursing bras don’t even exist. It’s all beige comfort and spandex these days.

5.  They can freaking feed a human!

-Do I even need to explain this one? I think not. It’s pretty awesome.

•Lauren Hartmann is the founder of The Little Things We Do, a blog about life and adventures in Portland Oregon. Follow her on Twitter and Facebook, or catch up on all of her posts here on Babble.

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