My ears, my baby toe nail, and my chestage area.
4 1/4 cm long, they have been that big since I was two years old and have not changed. Tres is two and her's are 5 cm. Don't ask me how I know that, or what tempted me to actually measure my ears against my daughters. I have always known that I had small ears...due to many people on the left and right of me looking over and stating "Oh my gosh you have tiny ears!" Also, when I got my first Ipod (birthday of '08-yes I am aware that we are a little behind-we got our first cell phone at Christmas of '07) and the earbuds killed my ears and don't stay in unless I insert them at a very specific and awkward angle.
Note to Apple: ear discrimintation is a serious offense. Ears are made in all sizes and so should ear buds be.
This is not my ear.
My baby toe nail:
Tiny. I have to paint the skin around it to make it look normal. It is the size of a quarter if a pea-on a good day. On a bad day I clip it too close to the skin and so it is pretty much nonexistent. TMI? Too bad-you should have stopped reading at the disclaimer. I am really okay with this one because, afterall, it is just a toe and who really notices a baby toe-I just try to keep my feet moving very quickly so that no one can notice it-now if I could just get rid of that space after my baby toe where it looks like an extra toe should be.
This is not my foot.
My chestage area:
2 A cups-4 nursing kids-8 years= negative A cup
My mom offered to buy me prosthetics, need I say more?
This is not my chestage area...too perky.
I am grateful for my small parts.
Someday when I am menopausal and gaining weight and the rest of me is getting bigger beyond my control I will still have my few small parts.