We switched Mazzy to a "big girl bed" about two weeks ago. It was not something I wanted to do— Mazzy slept perfectly well in her crib and never once attempted to get out— but I was told we had to transition her before the baby arrived or else she would harbor negative feelings against her little sister for stealing her stuff. Since I didn't want to worry about Mazzy smothering her soon-to-be roommate while she slept, we bought a toddler bed on Craig's List, told Mazzy she was a big girl now, and crossed our fingers. The first few days went swimmingly. Mazzy went to sleep just like she normally did and did not seem to notice the unlimited freedom that her new bed provided.
The Big Girl Bed is Kicking My Ass
Let's be real: There's never been a better time to have a big butt. Booty celebration is everywhere you look, from Meghan Trainor's hit song to Kim Kardashian's new Paper magazine cover. So now more than ever, those of us with a little or a lot of meat on our behinds are being encouraged to shake it, show it off, and embrace what we've got. Still, all of this big booty love can't erase the inevitable problems that come with the perks. Hey, with great power comes great responsibility, right?
Beauty has nothing to do with size and everything to do with confidence. Picture: Getty. Because scientific research proves that men are genetically wired to be sexually attracted to a woman with curves. Guys love our hourglass figure — not least of all in the bedroom. OK, not all curvy girls are blessed with big boobs, but the chances do sway slightly more in their favour. Always a bonus Picture: Getty. This is me — take it or leave it Picture: RolandStollner.
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