While most people were celebrating at home on NYE this year I was recovering from surgery. \ud83d\ude06 As long as I can remember my boobs have been sad and saggy. Truthfully, my mom didn't put me in a bra until it was too late so they never had a starting chance. \ud83e\udd23 For the past four years, the "goal" was to have surgery in the weddings off-season (Dec-March.) For the last four years, I have been pregnant or breastfeeding so the dream was in the future. Early 2019 it was time to reclaim my body from children. I lost weight and decided Winter 20202021 IT WAS TIME TO SCHEDULE IT. I could see it in the near future. And then COVID. Well, we know how that messed up everyone's plans. \ud83d\ude44 To be honest I felt so guilty having surgery during a pandemic. I had fleeting thoughts thinking OMG what if I die on the table and leave my children? What if I get COVID while my body was recovering and weak? I almost backed out but I'm so happy I didn't. When I went for my pre-op appointment we finalized the final "game plan" for the surgery. I changed my mind from doing a fat graft to adding implants instead. A fat graft takes fat from one part of your body and installs it in another... the only tricky part is if you lose weight you might lose it from your boobs. So yeah... that was a no-go for me. \ud83e\udd23 Dr Moheabli did a lift, areola reduction and implants. I felt pretty good within a few days and could lift my arms comfortably (when I absolutely had to) within 4 days. Truthfully the worst part was not being able to poop! Pain pills are known to back you up and I was DILIGENT about drinking tons of water and fiber. But by day 3 I stopped with the pain pills so I could take care of business. \ud83e\udd23 This is six days after. \ud83d\udc49 No joke I look pregnant right?? I am almost 12 weeks out, healing well and I just started working out again this week. Push-ups are a no go \ud83d\ude02 So if you have ever done surgery how was your recovery and would you do it again?