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    I wore loose flannel pjs with a singlet underneath for all three post birth hospital stays.

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    Whatever fit. Which wasn't much. BFing singlets, cardigans and anything with an elastic waist.

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    I 2nd moxy. Elastic waist all the way (or fisherman's pants/yoga pants) Shirts/bars we harder to co-ordinate. I'm more of a singlet girl.

    Just remembered I had a heap of bonds breast feeding singlets. They were awesome with built in soft cut breast feeding bra & singlet all in one. I wore them as shirts they were so nice & comfortable.

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    When you're still in the hospital there nothing wrong with cheap flannel PJs. They have a comfy elastic waist and button up top for feeding

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    This time round I wore a button up nightie post cesar, then straight back to stretchy yoga pants, a bonds breastfeeding top and a cardi
    Last edited by Koarlo; 06-12-2015 at 06:56.

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    Definitely tights, nursing tank and something with long sleeves.

    Lulu now carry a high waisted yoga tight - they are amazing.

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    I have started to think of hospital bag already for this pregnancy.

    I really regret not having nice toiletries. So I have bought a nice pack from Mecca Maxima to start off. Planning on wearing a little makeup (bb/cc cream, mascara, lip/cheek stain) just to make me feel good.

    So, I am up to the 'what do I wear' dilemma. Due date is April so I am thinking feeding singlets, cardigan, stretchy skirt with tights and ballet flats.

    I am also asking for no visitors so this will purely be for me.

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    I've had two csect so didn't get changed out of the gown until the next day but in hospital I wore stretchy yoga style pants and Kmart breastfeeding tops


 

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