Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Who made the rule

So I'm 23 years old, okay almost 24, this should still be the years where I am super hot and attractive, oozing sex appeal and using it to have my way in every way, but I am now a mother and for some reason that eliminates all appeal it seems or is it just me who feels that way.

I didn't pick up much weight during my pregnancy and have actually lost the baby weight just not the baby fat, aka, the tyre tube around the middle.

But for some reason I feel like I have lost my spark, and I really think it's because some twat along the way decided mom's were just moms and not actual humans beings.

If anything we should gain attraction because seriously I think it takes an inner blady super hero to get through nine months of pregnancy, child birth and a new born baby and still be able to look good on top of that, we should be getting awards and special treatment.

I will admit when men find out you are a mom, you can literally see the switch go off in their small brains but that's okay, I see it as a weapon to sort through the assholes between the real men but honestly I think a woman made the rule.

I have lost more of my female friends than my male ones, I have been asked more about getting back in shape by my girlfriends and told I look great by my guy friends, now fair enough I don't look the way I did before I had Aiden, not yet any ways but I don't look like an elderly mom in mommy jeans either so why is having a child so unattractive.

I wish I had the answer but I don't, it just irritates the hell out of me.

I have a awesome, lime green pram and polka dot nappy bag... what have you got a cocktail and a cigarette, that's what got me here in the first place.


  1. You've hit the nail on the head Jess ~ use this time to separate the boys from the real men. You'll meet your knight in shining armour and he'll be the one who will be getting the bonus package. He'll be getting not just you but your gorgeous Aiden too. Two for one :)

  2. Pregnancy is a HUGE thing to go through. It messes with you in more ways than you realise.

    I was the thinnest I had been after my older 2 kids but felt fat and yuk.

    Rock that lime green pram girl - you will get your groove back!