It's not a stupid question at all. In fact a lot of people have the same question when it comes to waiting time between stretches.
It's great that's you're taking your time to stretch and not rushing it. Two months in between stretched should be enough if your ears are healthy and fine. The generally accepted wait time would be one month, so two is great!
Doubling the wait time isn't going overboard if you feel like your ears need that extra time; since the your ears have had a blowout before. If you took care of them after the blowout, and they have healed properly then you can begin to contemplate shortening the wait time a bit. However, if it was a bad blowout and the healing process was a bit of a struggle then it's safe to say you may have scar tissue in the area now.
Scar tissue isn't like regular skin, and it does have a direct effect on how large you will be able to go from then on out. Not to say you can't, but it'll just take that much more time and effort to reach your intended stretch goal.
When people ask us about wait times, we always tell them to go with their gut. Don't rush and listen to what your ears are telling you. Do they feel healthy? Are your lobes fleshy? Is it tight, sore or itchy? No one can give you an exact time since everyone is different. Just go with your gut, and never force a stretch if it doesn't feel right.
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on Fri Oct 16, 2015 7:41 am, edited 1 time in total.