Im a scientist so did a few ratio measurements (the picture on the right is actually a little bigger than that on the left so the unmagnified picture looks like you have dropped ).
Anyway, from my measurements it looks like you have dropped by about 5%. A negligible change and within an error margin. In other words, you may have dropped a little but by taking measurements from your photos its impossible to say.
thats funny spade because i was gonna say the picture on the left actually looks like the one thats dropped! lol i think the new belly pic looks higher than the old belly pic...thats funny! so i have to say that i really (obviously) cant tell! it looks bigger though :) cute belly!
Ha ha, I'm such a dork, I counted lines from the top of your shirt to what looks to be the middle of your tummy out front, and there's a two line difference, the one on the right has more...LOL. Yes it does look like you dropped, but not a whole lot :(...
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