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    Default Breastfeeding singlets

    Where did you get your breast feeding singlet from? When I was feeding DS1 I had these really comfy b2b singlets with no padding and the clip flap for easy access. Since k-mart got rid of their maternity range I can't find any similar tops that aren't going to cost me an arm and a leg! With the last 4-6 weeks of my pregnancy disappearing before my eyes I thought I had better organize something to keep me comfy and warm while bf'ing

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    Target, I didn't end up BFing for to long but the singlets are still great!

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    I could only see ones with padding at target, maybe I was looking in the wrong spot?

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    I brought a different style from trade secrets its hard to explain.. at the front it got like a opening ands you lift it up from just below your boobs and then pull the other bit down.. that made no sense.. anyway they are awesome and it cost me $14 I think

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    Oh yeah, I know the ones you are talking about will check out the local t/s to see if they have any thanks

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    Lol glad you understood my jibberish! I like them better also because they have wider straps that cover bra straps

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    I use the bravado nursing tank because then you don't need to wear a bra as well - its got a fully supportive bra inside which gives a lovely shape. They are pricey at $80 each however but being an F cup I don't have a huge choice.

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    I have seen the singlets back in Kmart again recently. The material is slightly different but same style.

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    I thought K-Mart still had them? I recommend these to everyone so I hope they still exist! I think I bought my most recent one only a month ago? Anyway, they're only $12ish and sooo comfy. I find even better than the $60 BnT ones!

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    I used the top secret maternity singlets and highly recommend. They are about $50 and they have a built in maternity bra (which was very supportive even when i was a DD-E cup)

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