Re: My very, very skinny ankles!

Hi everyone, I would like you all to know that I have the same problem with my ankles. I'm 5ft 124lb well dat weight was after the kids but anyway I have skinny ankles and there is really nothing that we can do to make them thicker. when I was pregnant they got swollen but that was just water weight that went away after given birth. Every women's body is shaped different, be happy you have ankles cause I thought about it...there are people out there with no legs. Try to wear clothing that flatters your legs n body and PLEASE don't worry about what others say about you... fat, skinny, short, tall people will always have something to say. Be thankful for what you have ladies.
Take care all.

Posted By natasha on October 21, 2009 at 13:54:26:

In Reply to: My very, very skinny ankles! posted by Sara on February 20, 2009 at 11:15:12:

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