Blake Lively's Wardrobe Malfunction Is Every Nursing Mom's Nightmare

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Blake Lively is definitely all about her boobs, at least when it comes to breastfeeding her 5-month-old daughter James. Just like any working mama, she's discovering that it can be quite the balancing act when it comes to nursing her baby and staying on top of her job.

Lively welcomed her baby girl with husband Ryan Reynolds last December, so she's pretty much got the nursing thing down by now.

Except for one thing -- now that she's promoting her new movie, The Age of Adaline, she forgot to account for something important.

"With all the wardrobe changes, one thing I hadn't accounted for was that I didn't have time to pump," the new mom told PEOPLE magazine. She continued, "So my proportions definitely started to, shall we say, increase throughout the day."

Whoops! What a classic new mom thing to do. You think you have everything you need, everything perfectly scheduled, baby taken care of, work presentation ready to go ... and then you realize your boobs are so full of milk they're three times their normal size.

Blake even joked that she almost popped out of a top that had fit her perfectly just hours earlier.

"I walked out onstage for one appearance in an outfit that had fit perfectly when I tried it on many hours earlier, but by the time it got on me, I thought, 'Oh, no! This isn't going to cover them up at all!'" she confessed, adding, "I was very worried about a wardrobe malfunction."

Before you become a mom, you hear about all the changes your body will go through, especially if you decide to breastfeed, but until you're actually living it, you don't really think about your body changing throughout the day!

Hopefully Blake has made a note to schedule time to pump in between her next round of interviews. Not only is a potential wardrobe malfunction an issue, it's just plain uncomfortable when your breasts are bursting with milk.

Have you ever found yourself going too long without pumping or nursing?