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    Of course I will go with something comfortable and which will not create any problem in delivery.

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    I think an old sarong will be useful to have, for wrapping around me between shower and bath. Other than that I bought a super cheap giant Tshirt driess from a plus size store which DH promptly shrank in the wash so that's out. I think I'll just wear my regular nightie other than that, and maybe switch to a gown if for some reason I can't birth in the bath.

    I'm thinking of getting a nice nursing nightie for afterwards though spruce up a bit for the photos

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    DP's shirt the entire time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by French Pear View Post
    I was naked... Clothes off labouring at home than as soon as I got to the hospital clothes off again, I just couldn't handle anything on my skin.

    Seems I'm in the minority here....
    Nope..im the same naked for all 3bof my labours

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    Wtf is a birthing gown?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KellyMac View Post
    I spent more than I probably should have on this birth wrap dress. I didn't want a hospital gown or to be naked. I ordered it from the uk and it was brilliant. Will def be using it again this time. It's easy for them to flip up and check you and because it's a wrap around its easy to open up once bub is born. Also it has buttons down the back so you can even wear it if you decide to have an epi dural.

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    Wtf is a birthing gown?
    @TTC7 the above is a birthing gown

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    The reference to it as a dress threw me.

    Thanks (-:

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    Ds1 I was in a nighty for some them bath and naked on the table. Ds2 I had 2 birthing gowns (1 was a gift the other $80).
    I wore 1 on the day but I got soaked when waters broke. The other I put on after my water birth for photos. Neither destroyed and both great as every day dresses that I still wear 2 years later.


 

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