Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the last five years, you know that JWoww is no stranger to letting it all hang out. Literally. Still, even her hardcore fans were shocked by a recent photo the mom of one posted on Instagram, Us Weekly reports. But it's not because of the leopard print corset (or "waist trainer," in celeb parlance) cinching her already tiny midsection. Nope, the buzz was all about her boobs, which looked conspicuously bigger than the last time we saw them.
JWoww (real name, Jenni Farley) hopped on her website to explain. Like a beer-soaked carpet in a Jersey Shore beach house, her 34F implants were due for a refresh. But it wasn't just gravity and time taking their toll on her ta ta's -- being pregnant and nursing baby Meilani also did a doozy on them. "I kept them the same size, so they are still Fs," she writes. "I just switched them out from breastfeeding!"
Pre-baby, I would have scoffed at this. But now? I hear you, JWoww. Nothing changed my body like breastfeeding did. The second my milk came in, they ballooned to Pam-Anderson-circa-Baywatch size (much to my husband's delight). Then, once my son weaned himself, they went sort-of-kind-of-not-really back to normal. Similar, but somewhat deflated. Hmm. Though I didn't go under the knife to perk them back up, I totally get the desire to reclaim your best pre-baby, er, assets.
Turns out, JWoww may even undergo a third augmentation down the line. Between praising her plastic surgeon and the "soft, natural look" of her new breasts, she let it slip that she plans to undergo another surgery in a few years after she has baby number 2. "YES, I said it! I want another baby, and that's why I wanted to get them done now before we try again and before our wedding, too," Farley explains. Though she swore off sex with fiancé Roger Mathew for "a year or two" following Meilani's painful delivery, it sounds like she's ready to give pregnancy another shot. Here's hoping the second time around is much easier on her -- and her new-and-improved bod.
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Bonnie Gibbs Vengrow is a New York City-based writer and editor who traded in her Blackberry and Metro card for playdates and PB&J sandwiches—and the once-in-a-lifetime chance to watch her feisty, funny son grow up. Follow her on Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+
Image of JWoww courtesy of Jenni Farley via Instagram