almost middle aged women can wear skinny jeans too

May 28, 2009 |  Category:   life me

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I’ve been having a bit of an identity “situation”. I wouldn’t call it a crises, because you know, I’m not really thinking about it all THAT much, but suddenly, I don’t know what to wear anymore. Part of it is being bored with all of my clothes. Another part is feeling like I don’t really know how I’m supposed to dress at this age, and the other part is not really being happy with my body right now. It’s true, having kids and breastfeeding does a number on your body and now that I’m done with all that stuff, I’m sort of looking around, taking stock and wondering what happened. Don’t get me wrong, I know I’ve always been thin and even downright skinny at times, but my metabolism is changing and despite the fact that I feel like I’m not eating all that much lately, my weight isn’t changing at all, not even during my sugarfast. It’s really weird. I didn’t even lose weight during my long 2+ week illness a few months ago when I was barely eating anything, which kind of pissed me off because isn’t that the ONLY good thing about being sick? I know some of you who know me might be rolling your eyes because really, I am at a good weight for my height, but my point is, it used to be really hard for me to gain weight so this is a really strange change for me. I suppose this is what happens when one reaches a certain age – things just slow down and start hanging out in places you don’t want.

…which brings me to the fact that I’m getting older and I don’t know what to wear anymore. Seriously, should I really be shopping at like, Urban Outfitters with kids literally half my age? If I think about it, it’s sort of ridiculous to be wearing the same dresses, jeans and tanks that a 19 year old would wear, so then what? Ann Taylor separates? (noooooooo). There are days when I don’t really care and just put on whatever and walk out the door and feel fine. On other days, however, I’m changing outfits 3 or 4 times because nothing feels right and suddenly I feel like an awkward, insecure teenager. It used to be, at least in our culture, that by the time you reached 30 and had kids, you’d cut your hair, get a perm (you know, the Kofro – korean afro for those who don’t know – and I dare you to find any Korean woman over the age 55 with unpermed hair) and wear pleated pants and sweater sets. Truth is, I don’t really look that much different than I did 10 or 12 years ago, style or hair-wise, which ironically is why I feel like I’m in some kind of rut.

So what is spurring all this stuff? Don’t know. Ok, maybe just having turned thirtyfuckingnine years old last month might have something to do with it (told you we were old, ha!), but really, I don’t feel like I’m stressing about my age in that way. It is, however, making me think about aging and what not to do in that “I don’t want to look like one of those middle-aged rock stars prancing on stage who still have the hair, the leather, the eyeliner and chains kind of way”. And I am well aware that my Asian genes have helped me look younger than I am, but even I can see that I won’t be able to hide behind that much longer as I am seeing fine lines start to appear. But despite all this, I really don’t mind turning 40 in less than a year. I’m ok with that as I feel I’m in a good place in my career and family and all that kind of stuff, but like all 40 and almost approaching middle aged people, I just don’t feel that old yet. So sometimes mental state of being doesn’t equal actual age, hence the bit of identity confusion (oh and btw, middle aged, wtf!??!).

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  • Andrew Thornton May 28, 2009 at 12:50 am

    Hey Jenna,

    I’ve been in a rut lately as well. I guess I’ve been trying to fit myself into context and it’s this looking around that is giving me moments of panic. I think the best thing to do is not compare yourself to any other standard or how you think things should be. Change is scary. If you act according to how you feel and play up your strengths, then I’m sure you’ll be fine. It’s kind of like walking across a narrow walkway up high… if you look down you’ll get dizzy, but if you focus on what’s directly in front of you, you’ll inch along… but get across without too much vertigo.

    At least that’s what I’ve been telling myself…

  • Becca May 28, 2009 at 2:48 am

    I feel the same at the moment….and Im 21! Nothing fits right, I hate everything in the shops, for the first time ever I’m totally at a loss! I hope I look that wonderful at your age, you look incredibly young.x

  • modernemotive May 28, 2009 at 5:36 am

    I hear you about the rut! I feel the same way. I think I go through it every season as I sometimes see the change as a way to renew myself. As a result, I have no advice – ha! Perhaps buy ‘small’ items to add your your wardrobe – you know, scarfs, tops etc – and combine them with your older stuff to see if a new style you’re enjoying appears. That’s what I’ve been doing as well as forcing myself to wear the 40+ items in my wardrobe I’m yet to tag tags off. :/ Well, I’m doing that with the ones that fit. Hehe.

  • Gabriel May 28, 2009 at 7:01 am

    i agree with andrew.
    there’s no need to pigeon hole yourself into one brand and their marketing. there’s something good to be found everywhere – it just depends on how you work it all together. heck – i have land’s end and eileen fisher mixed in with the usual suspects 🙂

  • Makeyla May 28, 2009 at 8:34 am

    You look so young. You look great.

  • Nina May 28, 2009 at 9:02 am

    hi! I’m in my 30’s and asian as well. but hell, I still wear skinny jeans! But I make it a little “my age” by wearing high heels and a nice top (or shirt). What’s good about our age is we have class that young people don’t. Just kidding. And also, you can never go wrong with black. For some reason, that is something I used to wear in my younger years that I can still wear up to now.
    Hey and I heard that 40 is the new 30!

  • cyndi May 28, 2009 at 9:12 am

    I can’t believe you’re 39 — you look FANTASTIC!!

    I’m in the same rut so, unfortunately, I won’t be able to help pull you out (sorry!). I have a closet full of clothes but I don’t like most of them because they just don’t “feel” right. I’ve never had a great fashion sense but didn’t really care…until now. I want to be one of those self-confident ladies that can pull anything (and I mean anything!) out of their closet and look fabulous. I’m not there yet but hope to be soon.

    It’s nice to know there are others out there feeling the same way. Maybe just knowing we aren’t alone will help us find our way. Good luck!

  • Pam May 28, 2009 at 9:17 am

    Wait a minute, doesn’t everyone at this age aspire to dress like Sharon Stone? 🙂

    Are you a fan of Project Runway? If so, how about Laura Bennett as a style muse? Not copy her exactly, but quality over quantity (although, I’ll never get my hands on a Hermes) and you wear the quality pieces to the ground, and fairly put together (lipstick and hair looking done) but easily. I also feel like this is the age where you can wear the really quality funky/crazy stuff as I imagine a mature NYC art gallerist would, e.g. Miyake, Comme de Garcons, etc. Off to eBay you go! My $.02.

  • Jenna May 28, 2009 at 9:56 am

    Pam, yes, I am a project runway fan and I know Laura has a lot of fans, but I am not one of them. A lot of people really loved the clothes she designed and how she always looked polished but I thought she looked uptight all the time! Even when I saw her once at Mood – I mean who dresses so formal like that all the time? Also helps if you have money like she apparently does, ha! I don’t think I’d necessarily have this problem if I had the money to shop, as I seem to find plenty of things I’d like to buy. It’s just working with what I have in my closet right now. But I totally appreciate your 2 cents!

  • Yolande May 28, 2009 at 10:05 am

    If I had legs for skinny jeans, even at 50, I would wear them. Now, maybe not mini skirts… you look great- go ahead and wear them skinny jeans, with those cute sandals in an earlier post.

  • Jenna May 28, 2009 at 10:08 am

    andrew, wise words for someone so young 🙂

  • Lili May 28, 2009 at 10:10 am

    I just turned 41 in February- I once read that the fine folks at UO aren’t exacty clammoring for our deomographic (referring to us as “kidults”- adults who want to dress like kids) so I skip them and head for Anthropologie (or Anthropologie on Ebay since I’ve had good luck finding excellent deals there lately).

  • Christina May 28, 2009 at 10:13 am

    It’s the awkward age that no one talks about — mid thirties to mid forties — where we women suddenly start to reevaluate our lives, our bodies, and our style. I think it’s disconcerting because there are so few middle aged women role models out there and we’re left to fend for ourselves with all those issues regarding body image and mass media. We want to look good, we should look good, but what looks good and not ridiculous at our age? The style mags are very quiet on this question — we’re like the big elephant in the room.

    I turned 40 this year and I’m still looking for that happy place in my closet. Fortunately, I live in Vermont where not being stylish is not as noticeable as in NYC.

  • Pam May 28, 2009 at 12:27 pm

    Jenna,

    “My” definition of quality: scoring a J. Crew sweater that used to cost $200 for $39.99. I agree, Laura does look uptight, but for me, that’s her thing and I adore her for it because she goes for it 110%. I can’t replicate it mind you (no money for the Manolos either) but I strive for my own definition of refinement as my new “style” (oh hey, lipstick really does something nice for my face!), instead of the tubby/slobby/schlepy mode I’m usually in. Money ain’t a thang (unless you don’t got none)…sigh.

  • jennifer May 28, 2009 at 1:45 pm

    jenna, you look so great! i am 38 this year and am wearing skinny jeans all the time. i just wear slightly longer tops to compensate. 😉

    not sure what you do re: excercise. i hate it but, have been doing pilates for a year now and it has really helped!

    j

  • mina May 28, 2009 at 2:10 pm

    i laughed out loud at this post today, and i take you up on the dare. my mom is a 59 year old korean woman who has her hair cut very similarly to your older daughter’s hair. she’s in the design field (home furnishings), and she still manages to trick everyone with her age. i would say her style is…artsy chic. i don’t share clothes with her anymore, but people definitely call her style unique. i think the key is to find something that is “you.” then you can be 29, 39, or 79 and it don’t matter.

    par contre, my mom refuses to grow her hair long because she says that would look like “geeshin” (ghost) hair. that always cracks me up…

    thanks for sharing!

  • Brenda May 28, 2009 at 3:38 pm

    Yeah, I hear ya. I’m officially middle aged! (I managed to stave it off until last year, when I hit 45…not too excited about hitting 46 this weekend!) I still shop at Eddie Bauer (same as I did in my 20’s). Skinny jeans are terrible on me, but I still wear my board shorts (I live in California, after all). I always looked 5-10 year younger until the last couple of years, now I look my age and it’s a bit painful. Nevertheless, I am a strong advocate for dressing your internal, rather than biological, age! Age on a birth certificate means so little, other than the labels we impose on ourselves. That said, biology does work a number on us, particularly re metabolism. That sucks more than anything else related to aging, in my opinion!!! 🙂

  • jennifer May 28, 2009 at 3:45 pm

    I feel like I’ve had this same crisis in some form or another every year since I was thirteen:)

  • fellow-39-er May 28, 2009 at 4:39 pm

    hey, 40 is the new 20
    and 50 is the new 30

  • elizabeth May 28, 2009 at 5:29 pm

    You are such a mondo babe! (just avoid the urge to (ever) get the over-40 “q-tip” hairdo.
    As for clothes– if you feel you are in transition and haven’t found your “style footing” invest in high-quality classics. I love anything from APC. Or who can argue with a Burberry trench? Skinny jeans are not age specific — it’s just been decided on a national level that they are the best way to wear jeans- so go forth and conquer! (I think Acne and J Brand are especially flattering) …

  • Janna May 28, 2009 at 5:29 pm

    You are beautiful.

  • Jenna May 28, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    haha, you guys are too kind, though I am not fishing for compliments by any means, but thank you. Elizabeth – what is a Q-tip hairdo?? I need to know! Oh and yeah, I’ve been wearing skinny jeans for awhile. It’s funny, when they first came out many people scoffed at the idea, but now that they’ve been around for awhile, even bootleg jeans, which seemed like the standard way to wear jeans, suddenly felt like too much fabric.

  • Sandy May 28, 2009 at 5:49 pm

    I’m feeling the same way too. I’ll be 38 in a few months. My body is all out of whack even with moderate exercise. I was just thinking the other day at how my metabolism really, really slowed down. Sad, really, but it is what it is. My husband is going to be 44 in a few months too, and I see his belly growing the wrong way. Desk job, not the “out in the field” biologist he used to be. I won’t mentions clothes shopping either. Don’t know which store to go into anymore. Chicos? Yuck! JJills. Decent. On my last excursion, I stuck to the oldie, but goodie–Gap and Esprit. You’re not alone. Feel great. That’s all that matters.

  • Gabriela May 28, 2009 at 7:21 pm

    Your are so beautiful! Who cares!…that said, I too am turning forty soon and am/feel in a total rut, hair/style etceteras…..when I feel this way, it’s good to just be still for a while and not do anything drastic, not react. Breathe…But you are so beautiful!!!

  • Jenna May 28, 2009 at 7:40 pm

    Gabriela! I forgot we were the same age! There were so many younger folks with us in grad school I had forgotten. Crazy that we are 40 soon, yeah? But we got these great kids and even though I haven’t seen you in years, I know you are staying beautiful too!

  • Susan May 28, 2009 at 8:36 pm

    I can so relate to this post! I used to also be super skinny and had a high metabolism then I had a child, turned 30 and all of a sudden I need to watch what I eat! And yes I am still at a “normal” body weight but it is hard no matter what weight you are at when all of a sudden your body doesn’t look like you are used it looking. And I know exactly what you mean about the clothes, thinking is it really ok for me to wear something fringe or even hip and get away with it now or do I need to start shopping for slacks!

  • celine May 28, 2009 at 11:44 pm

    I’ve been lurking for a while (I have girls the same age and I love your blog) but I can’t believe you posted this!! I have to comment because I’ve been feeling the exact same way for months now. I have nothing to wear and NO idea where to shop for clothing that fits, is age appropriate, and has some style. Where?? Where???

    I’m not fat after 2 kids, but I’m doughy around the middle. To make matters worse, 2 years ago, after #2, we re-located to the ‘burbs, and there are no stylish role models. (Can’t, Can’t, Can’t do Juicy sweats. Just Can’t.)

  • Annie From Seattle May 29, 2009 at 12:48 am

    When I turned 35, I had a small mid-life crisis along the same lines of what you are feeling now, Jenna. I got what I consider to be fabulous advice from a dear friend, a gay, older, British man with impeccable taste. I pass it on to you in a paraphrased sort of way (apologies Harvey!)…

    “There is a reason that people start to buy and wear different clothes as they get older. It’s because you, the person, starts to have experiences and confidence that comes through like an accessory. At some point, clothes are really become an accessory to the person you have become. Instead of fighting it, embrace it. Don’t be what the British call mutton dressed as lamb. Keep the clothes simple, the shoes fabulous, accessorize with whatever strikes your fancy, and let the person you are rule the day.”

  • Katie May 29, 2009 at 3:46 am

    Hey Jenna! This post had me smiling because now I know I’m not alone. Two babies and one move to the ‘burbs later (after 10 years in NYC) and I definitely feel every one of my 32 years. Especially now that the “boob sweat” (as I call it) is back. I never knew one could sweat under their boobs until I weaned my first and my boobs went from perky to pancake – and now that I’m weaning my second, it’s back with a vengeance! Couple that with stretch marks and vericose veins and you’ve got to wonder if God isn’t up there chuckling at us a bit, when all that our men deal with is a little pudge that goes away with a single sit up. If you can pull it off, pull the skinny jeans on. And by the way, my favorite new “accessories” are a push up bra, a glorified girdle and some Spanx. Never underestimate the power of lycra.

  • Fog and Thistle May 29, 2009 at 5:50 am

    Wow, judging by the amount of comments, it’s clear this post resonates! Last year was a true awakening for me. I still hadn’t lost all the pregnancy weight from Leon and nothing FIT so I had to go shopping. Everything at the mall was ridiculous. I feel like 30-something women are the red-headed stepchildren of the fashion industry. Either you dress with too much skin showing or you look like your mom. Where’s the in between?

    Finally I resigned myself that I was going to have to spend a little more money and effort than I was accustomed too. I started hitting boutiques in my town, that catered to our age group and demographic. Stylish clothes that gives you a little more coverage than our younger 20-something sisters is out there, just not as easy to find.

  • unha May 29, 2009 at 8:08 am

    i think all of us generation x is getting older, but we all remain the young selves. let’s embrace it. ^_^
    i always forget you are the same age as K.

  • unha May 29, 2009 at 8:09 am

    to Annie From Seattle.. LOVE your friend’s advice. think i’ll take his two cents myself! 🙂

  • bronwyn May 29, 2009 at 8:13 am

    Yes!! I am feeling exactly the same way. I will be 35 in less than a year and though I am a mother and have a “career”, I don’t feel like a grown up yet. I am casual by nature, but the stuff I wore in my 20’s is no longer cool. It just looks sloppy now. I wear skinny jeans almost every day, but like Celine, the post baby doughy middle makes dressing the top difficult. I think Annie from Seattle just changed my life with the advice she passed on. Wise words. It is comforting to read these comments from people in the same boat. You strike me as very stylish and put together and even you feel this way. It makes me feel better about my situation. Thanks for opening this dialogue. I do have one question — What the hell is the deal with my hair? It changes after having children, no? It’s not straight anymore, but it’s not really wavy either. My old standby, longish with no bangs looks sloppy, bangs don’t lay the same, layers look like a helmut. And what’s with all the fuzz?

  • Jenna May 29, 2009 at 8:26 am

    Annie, clearly this is great (and poetic advice). Thank you.
    Bronwyn, yeah the hair. Don’t get me started, as it is a lifetime of dissatisfaction, coupled with the fact that my hair too, is now wavy after 2 pregnancies. At my last haircut, the stylist actually put curl enhancer to make it curlier, which was way weird since I had not seen my hair curl in that way before. So I am dealing with new hair texture too. She actually told me to wash it less – you can still wet and condition it, but wash it only 2 or 3 times a week and it is actually helping to keep the frizz manageable.

  • anna May 29, 2009 at 10:13 am

    Joe’s jeans, lots of crispy linen shirts and red red lipstick :-))
    You are beautiful! Say that every morning

  • Stella May 29, 2009 at 10:15 am

    I vote you redefine what it means to be at your age. Or, just define what it looks like and feels comfortable in being YOU at where you are right now. It may take some time, but in the end, only you can make yourself happy and only you will truly relish in the joy or suffer through your outfit choices and all that comes with it. Have fun, don’t limit yourself, and yes, you can wear skinny jeans.

  • Lani May 29, 2009 at 11:55 am

    I’ve been lurking here for a day but have to jump in and say that I love Annie’s advice. “Let who you are rule the day.” Great advice for anyone. I’m 64, still wearing pretty much what I’ve always worn. Have had some of my stuff for decades. Grew up wearing shorts, tee shirts and flip flops, hated shopping. Woe is me. By the way, Jenna, it strikes me with all this interest and catchy title to this post that this has the makings of a great book!

  • daisy janie : scoutie girl May 29, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    Totally late to the party on this, but I can completely relate. I will be 40 in December, and by all accounts, I am a thin person. However, my clothing does not fit the way it used to, the way I want it to – and who can afford to buy a new wardrobe all the darn time? Friends I work out with get pissed if I complain (which I don’t to often) b/c they have real weight to lose. It’s hard to adjust to the fact that my body has changed without my permission. I am convinced I need to get more sleep – it’s the only thing I haven’t tried. Good luck!!!

  • nancy May 29, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    this is such a beautiful photograph (oh my god…your child is soooo gorgeous!) and so are you. thank you for writing this. i feel that way too, and i’m in my late 20s.

  • Andrew Thornton May 29, 2009 at 5:28 pm

    At least you’ve still got your hair! I’m trying to rock a sad, sad, sad faux-hawk in reaction to the evils that are receding hairline.

    I guess I could go back to shaving my head again.

    I don’t think that this is exclusive to women. Guys just have different issues. I am fearful of the day that my bootleg jeans wear out. They aren’t as easy to find (affordably) as they used to be and I can’t wear skinny jeans without feeling like my… business… is “in yo face” for lack of a better phrasing.

  • manya May 29, 2009 at 6:06 pm

    I’ve turned 48 this year and I look as if I’m 39-40. I certainly don’t feel my age and I’m looking forward to my life. I have started taking Spanish lessons, soon I’ll open my new business, and I’m putting together a cook book for publishing. What I’ve learned these past 8 years is INCREDIBLE, I believe that it has been the best decade of my life. Your girls will grow older, you will have more time to yourself, and believe me the whole world will be yours. There’s so much to look forward to! As for now, put on an Alejandro Sanz cd, sip some wine, close your eyes and enjoy!

  • Jenna May 29, 2009 at 6:12 pm

    Andrew, you can have some of my hair. I have way way too much. I’ll weave you a hairpiece – my dad is in the business. Oh, and even though I haven’t met you yet, I’ve seen enough photos that yeah, you can totally pull off skinny jeans.

  • janet May 29, 2009 at 9:01 pm

    we women rock. such great advice here. we all go through this. after having 2 kids, my body has totally changed. before i’d wear shorts to show off my legs but now i refuse with all the veins i got from my pregnancies. and of course there’s always the few extra pounds i need to shed. i keep saying, “i just had a baby!” guess what, my baby is almost 2. ha!! anyway, i have to embrace my body and the changes that go along with aging. i don’t think you need to change your style. look at the sex and the city girls. okay so it’s a show but they each had their own sassy style that represented their personalities and in my opinion, they looked great. why don’t you hire a stylist for a day? maybe as an early xmas gift. and get some great ideas for sprucing up your wardrobe. a friend of mine did just that and she was happy with the end result.

  • nichole May 29, 2009 at 9:45 pm

    Wow. I could have written this.

    I just went dress shopping today for a wedding. I wanted to run screaming from the dressing room. All of the dresses looked horrible. I felt untoned, out of shape, pale, etc. Two pregnancies and two breast-fed children does not a sexy body make.

    I vowed to tone up. we’ll see!

  • patricia May 30, 2009 at 12:26 am

    I’m with Nichole. I could’ve written this post myself. Having turned 39 this month… I hear everything you’re saying. I’ve never felt my age. I’ve always felt much younger except my body isn’t reflecting that. My body forgot that we are supposed to be not only feeling young but looking young. The clothes? Don’t get me started. It’s depressing. I know what I’d like to wear and I think I have decent taste but it doesn’t show. The killer… today my son asked me if I’d like to be on “What not to wear” – Ack!!!

  • maja May 30, 2009 at 1:13 am

    what great responses! @40 with 2 under 3 i’m right there with ya. to see the clothes i wore as a teen in the 80s come back is creepy. i think that you can only wear a trend once. it’s retro on a 20-something but on us? i’m not sure if i could get away with big shirts and leggings again without really looking my age. our culture is so youth obsessed, it’s no wonder this identity crisis thing seems like a right of passage! i’m really looking forward to getting out of the breastfeeding/spitup stage so i can get gussied up again. perhaps the 20s and 30s are all about letting others define your style, and the 40s and beyond should be about you defining your own style. the question is, do you know yourself by now? i find that i am attracted to fashion which either is beachy california hippie or sleek-tailored-clean. that might mean i have BPFD (bipolar fashion disorder). what to do?

  • Alicia May 30, 2009 at 7:15 pm

    I think every woman feels like this, regardless of age. I’m 21 and I often feel like I dress like I’m in high school, when people my age are dressing much more hip and older-looking (espcially on Friday and Saturday nights), so I often change my clothes three or four times just trying to make myself look older, not younger. And I go shopping for the ‘older looking’ stuff, too, and I keep getting what I like and always wear because you know what, dress how you want, as I’m sure everyone else has said, as long as it doesn’t look rediculous. Sometimes I see someone who is thinner or taller than me wear a really great outfit (i.e. Nicole Richie in those floor-length boho dresses) and I try to recreate it, and when I do, it doesn’t look good because everyone’s body is different, so I dress for what looks good on me, and not just what’s in fashion. But I’m sure you look great all the time considering how adorable the girls look!!

  • Heidi May 31, 2009 at 11:31 am

    Ok – I don’t have kids and I’m extraordinarily lucky to be thin (courtesy of a thyroid problem- not dieting), but I can tell you that I have categorically trounced this problem of clothing as I get older. I’m an art school babe and even though I work in a completely different field, I will always be an art school babe. I wear skinny jeans (calvin klein- with lycra, they fit beautifully) and pair them with cool tops from anthropologie that due to my financial situation, I buy from ebay. In fact, I buy all my tops from ebay- you can get new jcrew and anthropologie items for a fraction of what they cost, even on sale.
    Ultimately, its a matter of using your good aesthetic choices in a variety of interesting venues, yes urban outfitters, yes anthropologie and jcrew, yes funky stuff anywhere (on sale). You know at this point what looks good on you and what doesn’t- but do not be afraid to be funky, glam it up a bit. As E. Roosevelt said, you are not a second class citizen unless you allow it (paraphrased)- what I mean by that is you are not a frumpy invisible not hot babe unless this is what you have decided you are.

  • Jenna May 31, 2009 at 1:33 pm

    Patricia, ouch, but lol!! Although I wouldn’t mind getting a 5k shopping spree, but without the whole 360 degree mirror thing. mmmm….5k, I can do some damage with that

  • Helen May 31, 2009 at 10:04 pm

    I am feeling the same way. I’ll be turning 35 in a few short days and it’s really been hitting me hard. The clothes thing was something I ‘ve encountered lately too.. the tops i’ve had seem shorter, the jeans dont seem to cover that 2 baby pouch I’ve acquired.. i dont think 1000’s of sit-ups would even fix it!!

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