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    I put underwear on when dd gets in bed.

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    Degrassi - too funny... I have mental pics of a woman crawling backwards up her bed trying to get away from a family of spiders trying to crawl inside her. Lol... Still pmsl at that!

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    Used to always wear a singlet and undies, then switched to either nothing or just a singlet. Now with breastfeeding I wear a nursing singlet, breast pads & undies. I'm getting towards being able to skip the breast pads though....so nudity here I come!

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    In winter I wear flannelette pj pants and a singlet, I put the top over it if it's really cold.

    When it's warm I'll wear a singlet with pj shorts or undies. Sometimes just undies.

    If df is particularly lucky, nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by YMo7 View Post
    Degrassi - too funny... I have mental pics of a woman crawling backwards up her bed trying to get away from a family of spiders trying to crawl inside her. Lol... Still pmsl at that!
    My DH thinks I'm ridiculous. Pffft

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    3/4 cotton pj bottoms, 'Ahh Bra' (crop top) to hold breast pads in so we don't end up sleeping on a water bed, and bf singlet.

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    singlet or t-shirt and undies

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    I always wear proper jarmies ... Usually singlet type ones. I like them because they are quite firm and most have a built in crop too support type thing. I can go all morning wearing them. When I just wear a shirt I get dressed first thing in the morning so I have a bra on. I feel a bit icky with my puppies not secured :/

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    DH wears just jocks, or maybe footy shorts in summer, trackies in winter.
    I wear anything from just undies, undies n singlet, his trackies n flanno, usually his clothes cos they so comfy lol (drives him crazy)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Degrassi View Post
    I wear PJ's. I have a massive collection of them.

    In winter I'll wear winter pj's.

    In summer I'll wear a singlet top with pj shorts or undies.

    I'm not a fan of naked sleeping and I always wear undies due to a fear of spiders trying to crawl into my vagina while I sleep. No, I'm not kidding
    Omfg this is amazing haha.
    I can't EVER not wear undies. Bra off is one thing, but undies? NoNoNo....


 

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