Do ladies' feet really grow bigger than when they have not born a child/children yet?
Today, two ladies told stories about feet getting big after delivering their children. And I related that my wife has had 7 for here shoe size before giving birth. Now, she is wearing 8.
Yes, all women have their feet grow when they have babies. That's true for me and every single woman I've ever met that had babies. I'm not a doctor so I can't tell you why but I do know it's true.
Not all women. I have had a size 10 since I was about 16. They never got bigger after having my children.
My feet went from a 6 regular to a 6 wide after having children. So mine did not grow in length but did get wider.
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