edge-of-pink said:
OMG Congratulations on your new bundle of joy! I hope everything is going well and you are having a great time!

Thank you!

It’s going surprisingly well, I was so afraid of being a bad parent since I have no earlier experience with children. It was just a few months ago I held a small child for the very first time.

I’m certainly having a great time. It’s very exciting getting to know someone new from the very beginning. I get to see him grow and learn things every day, and notice the similarities between him and his family.




Anonymous said:
Sell the clothes that definitely don't fit, and use the money to buy new clothes. Or wait and see if you'll shrink enough to fit into them again. Either way, CALM DOWN! They're just clothes! Yes, it sucks that they don't fit, it sucks that your closet has less variety, but you seem to be massively overreacting.

I might be. But as I explained it was a big change among other things and I guess all that anxiety ended up in just the trouble about the clothing.
In the moment of anxiety nothing is over reacting for the person experiencing it.




Anonymous said:
Hey sweetie, its completely normal how you're feeling about your clothing (I had a friend who was the same) and a few months after childbirth she fit into all her clothes again. All she did was light exercise 4 times a week. I wish you luck my lovely

Thank you! It seems like it’s very different from person to person. I might have been total panicing yesterday since I had some other troubles keeping me down as well.
Will try to be more positive.




I will possibly sell tons of skirts, pants and shorts….
Forgot something very important, and that is that you don’t only gain weight having a child (that I’m losing rapidly now he’s born), but that your very bones move at your hips.
Therefor I’ve been panicing the last few days, I noticed that I really can’t get into my bottoms, even if I don’t have much fat around the hips anymore.

I don’t know what to do really. Feels like most people go though their teens growing out of most things along the way. I didn’t. I’ve had the same size over my body for ten years, I pretty much stopped growing when I was ten years old. Pants, shirts, shoes even bra size have been about the same.

That might explain to you why I have a massive wardrobe. I never had to put anything away because it was too small. I could even wear children’s clothing which is why I could find cute things others didn’t fit into.

Therefor I’m scared, confused, really sad and don’t know what to do.
I almost live for dressing up, I love it. Fashion for me is art with yourself as the canvas, endless possibilities.
I’ve gone up a full size, from 34, 6, 4, 8, xs (depending on country) to the next. Now please don’t tell me that this is still small, because I know, that’s not the problem. The problem is that I don’t know how to start over.
I will most likely never fit into my old things anymore, but I will keep them for a long time until I know for sure. And I will never fit into the biggest children size again, leaving out so much lovely clothing.

I really don’t know how to do this. I don’t know how to deal with the anxiety of getting larger and growing out or clothes.
Help?


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