Big congrats to the new mummas. Here's Harrison coming home from the hospital yesterday.
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Awww he's such a blonde MrsT!!
MrsT those chubby cheeks are adorable!!
Congratulations on all the latest births... There just too cute
Our little Zoe is going home today... Last test done and looks like all her issues are just prematurity and a bit of reflux she's such a good baby... I've stopped breastfeeding as my supply went down to less than 10ml per boob pumping all the stress I think affected it big time... But she's thriving and now up to 2745grams nearly 500grams on her birth weight after 4 weeks (plus the over 200gram lose) and she's long at 49cm already which is still a week before due date... She grew 2cm last week so we have a long skinny baby ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1469511856.218087.jpg
Last edited by ttc1981; 27-07-2016 at 04:47.
Ladies I need some advice on nursing tops for the hospital stay. My boobs are currently 16F and I am struggling to come up with a solution to PJ tops with easy access for feeding while still staying a little covered. I have no problem with letting it all hang out at home but would like to preserve some dignity (hahaha) while in hospital. I'm yet to find a nursing singlet with a built in bra that fits or pj's with buttons that are comfy to wear for sleep (haha again). What solutions have you bigger busted ladies found to work?
I'm a 16DD and I bought bras from best and less as crop tops and wore nighties with the button down top while feeding and pumping or just cheap stretchy singlets from Kmart where I could pull the top down! PJ's are too expensive to buy and hard to find so that was the best options I found. Angel maternity had a good nighty I loved like the one I suggested. I still wear them now as so comfy! Sussan had the Button top nighty too for $40 but I didn't have a big belly so snuck into a normal size
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