Self portrait Tuesday

Kath’s theme for this month’s Self Portrait Tuesday is Body Parts. Thought I’d go for the safe cute shot this week. This is my right breast and Luka (Luka’s the cute part, thank you!). I have a bit of a love hate relationship with my breasts. They were never going to be small, my mum has always had a large chest. Saying that I was flat chested until I was about 17. Then it was overnight DD cup territory, quite terrifying. I think though it was the sudden unwanted male attention that was surprising once they decided to arrive.

They come in handy sometimes, as pictured below. Great cushion for a little person’s head. I’m sure Doughman has an opinion, but not one he’d want to share or that I’d like shared with the internet, as much as I love you all!

B1 and B2 do often get in the way. I’m used to them bumping things, but the problem is usually other people’s embarrassment at knocking one. I try to just downplay or ignore it, depends on the person.

Lovely Luka came along to the IV retreat this weekend. He’s lovely. Very cuddly and happy ALL of the time (well most of the time). I should mention that Em’s his mummy 🙂


IV Retreat 05 - Luca and boob again

Here’s the flickr pics.

Self portrait Tuesday

me - 1973

Scraping the bottom of the barrel this week, gone for the cute infant picture of myself. This is 1973, I’m between 18 months and 2 years old. It’s before my little sister is born and it feels like it was a peaceful time for my parents (trust me, no a lot of quiet in their lives), just the 3 of us. My parents were 18 and 21 when they had me, babies themselves. I think at this time my mum was working nights as a Hungry Jacks checkout chick and during the day my dad was selling cars. They definitely didn’t start their adult lives the easy way! I’m 33 and still deciding whether or not to have babies.

Self-portrait website set up by Kathreen (onya Kathreen!!). Link to flickr group.

Aaaah, only just now seen this month’s suggested theme, Body Parts. Too late now. Look forward to seeing the naughtiness that a theme like this will no doubt encourage!