Now introducing the Boobcube 4000. The first and only Boobcycle to cover all of your reverse boob job swelling needs. The BC4000 is a  Ziploc bag of water, frozen in a bowl within a bowl to form the perfect boob shape. You’ll have to visualize them in action on your own.

Wondering where I’ve been the past few days? Jamie’s out of town until Friday and there’s been a lot of this at my house:

Seconds after this next shot was taken, Graham gagged and hurled several streams of puke across the room. Being the great mom that I am, I initially tried to catch it with my bare hands. Then I tried to use the bowl, then a plate, then I gave up and let it fly.

They’re cute and all but this week they’ve kept me on my toes and longing for bedtime so I can settle in on the couch with my trusty laptop and Boobcube 4000.

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  1. jenni
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    they just want to make sure you’re missing daddy.

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  2. Julie@Momspective
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    Holy shit dude.

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  3. Stacy (the Random Cool Chick)
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    If I lived closer I’d be so there to help keep the munchkins entertained…Princess Nagger would make a good distraction for them. But I couldn’t promise I’d help catch barf in my hands…gotta draw the line somewhere. ;)

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  4. Caitlin
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    Very creative boob cooling bowl usage…And they *are* cute!

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  5. Sprite's Keeper
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    I’d say you’re screwed.
    Jamie owes you big time.
    (love the boobcube. Patent it, you must.)

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  6. K
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    I love the boobcube. Excellent idea.

    Hope the ta-tas heal soon and that everybody survives until bed time.

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  7. mrsbear
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    The boobcube is ingenious. Seriously, you need to patent that shizz. And OMG at Elliot scaling the stove, and you thought Graham was trouble.

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  8. Jill@ModernMommyBlog
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    I feel embarrassed that I don’t know what the bubecube 4000 is for. Should I know??!
    So happy that I haven’t had to catch puke in my hands thus far.

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  9. Cheeky Monkey
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    LMAO at the boob cube 4000! I’d need a much bigger bowl..lol Sounds like you’ve had your hands full… literally! ~grin`

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  10. Cheeky Monkey
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    Dude what happened to my comment. Bet it shows up after I post this making me look like a total dork! lol

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  11. ck
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    I caught my daughter’s puke once. In the backseat of a car. And then I was stuck. If I moved, it would seep everywhere. If I didn’t move, I’d be stuck holding it until it seeped everywhere.

    And on my knees? The plastic bag I grabbed in case she puked and then forgot to use.

    Moral of the story? Never catch puke. The glory fades upon contact.

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  12. robin
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    Awww. Cute!
    And thanks for sparing us projectile puke pix. (PPP)That’s more than my weak stomach can handle… ;)

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  13. cara
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    Mmmm…streams of flying puke. I know your pain. And the boob cube? Awesome.

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  14. Captain Dumbass
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    Market the boobcube.

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  15. Jessica
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    I’ve done that whole try to catch the puke with my hands thing and not just once. I really am a slow learner.

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  16. Lin
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    What the hell is going on there??! There are children climbing on the stove, puking, and wearing cow boots!!! Criminy–it’s like hell is breaking loose right there in your kitchen!!! :0 Sheesh. Ick on the stream of puke. Uh, I changed my mind about watching that kid.

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  17. Kyooty
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    I feel for your boobs! (no I’m not feeling up your boobS) but hey I have an award for you on my blog! :)

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  18. Ginny Marie
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    I just read in a MOPS newsletter today that you know you’re a mom when your kid throws up and you catch it. I’ve done that many times…Why do we do that? My favorite one was you know you’re a mom when you count the sprinkles on each kids cupcake to make sure they’re equal.

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  19. anymommy
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    The boobcube is absolutely fantastic. Hope dad gets home soon!

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  20. becky
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    I am impressed with the ingenuity of the Boob Cube! How are the boobs?

    Hope there is less puking at your house today.

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  21. Karen @ If I Could Escape
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    Awwwwwwwwwwwww, poor you. Love the boob cube though — you really need to patent that!

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  22. Zip n Tizzy
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    That’s some boobcube! I thought you got a boob REDUCTION!

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  23. Barbara
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    What is it about mummys that makes us try and catch sick in our hands? It’s just never going to work. And yet we keep trying, time after time (hmm, Cindi Lauper wasn’t singing about sick was she?)

    Love the boobcube. I might make one just for when it’s warm, never mind reducing swelling.

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  24. Cape Cod Gal
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    That is excellent! I think you might have a new product on your hands

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  25. jen
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    why do we always use our hands first?

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  26. Holly at Tropic of Mom
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    I like to say, “Good thing they are cute!” Oh man.

    Luv the boob cube. Wouldn’t have thought of it.

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  27. cyndi
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    Oh, I’ve missed you! Sorry you’re still needing the boobcube – hopefully you’re not by the time you read this. How are the kiddies? Welcome home, Jamie!

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  28. Amber
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    **Warning–Long Comment Ahead**

    Um ya. Harley still isn’t walking. Let alone CLIMBING up the stove!

    And I saw on a TV show one time this gal said, “you’re not a real mom until you’ve got puke running down your cleavage.”

    So when Harley was like 2 months old I was sitting on the couch and I was wearing sweats and as I sat they kinda slid down the back revealing my crack a little but since it was early in the morning and my crack was against the back of the couch and I was alone I didn’t care.

    So I’m holding him up on my shoulder burping him and he pukes. And somehow it was the exact trajectory to go directly down my lower back and into my crack!!!

    So I told my sister about the cleavage thing and asked, “what are you when you’ve got puke running down your CRACK???”

    Hope Jamie made it home safe and that you all survived!

    LOVE the boobcube!

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