All the girls were starting to "develop" which meant they were wearing training bras. Develop was the word they used back then. I'm not sure what they call it these days but I kept wondering why all the growth action kept avoiding me. While it was an awkward and hurtful time in my life, my mom kept saying to hang in there because one day I would actually have boobs like the rest of my friends. Fast forward multiple decades and things haven't changed very much in the development department.
Sign up or log in to share. I'm impressed with some of these answers! Like others have said, big boobs aren't always necessary to look or feel attractive. Men are attracted to different body types and features. If you're still wanting to look a little bustier, tops with ruffles or a bit of "poof" around the bust help quite a bit.
Who says only the busty have fun? Although lots of girls grow up hoping that puberty will work miracles on their bosoms and that they'll be curvy and sexy, this doesn't happen for a lot of them well, hey, you can still be sexy, just wear that confidence on your sleeve, girl. Even if this isn't the case, don't be disappointed! Embrace your small A-cup, because there are definitely perks for the flat-chested, as well. No need to fret.