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    Default Nursing/Breastfeeding singlets/tops

    Love any recommendations - have no shopping options available here so will be running out to gather tops/cardigans and yoga/drapey pants for my hospital stay only a couple days before I am admitted!

    I was hoping to wear pants/singlet & cardi most days in hospital, just hope I will be warm enough!

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    I bought a few nursing singlets off eBay brand new

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    That sounds good what brand etc

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    Target have bfing tops for 15, they should be online too

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    I loved the Bonds maternity singlets! Very comfy
    I still wear them to bed and I haven't breastfed in 3 years

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    I lived in kmart brand ones, 19 dollars and padded cups, loved them

    Sent from my MB526 using BubHub

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    Bonds - I wore them pretty much every day for 12 months with 2 babies and they're still going.

    The target ones are just as good and a bit cheaper.

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    I live in my Target singlets. I have one Bonds singlet but prefer my Target ones.

    I never even wore a bra in hospital - I was there for five days and just wore normal singlets as a bra or nursing singlet would have been too much for me (boobs were a bit tender!), and when I was actually feeding DS I didn't wear a top at all.

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    Loveable singlets with magnetic hidden clips so you don't have to learn to breastfeed hold the baby AND do it up!
    Massive recommendation
    I still wear mine to bed and I stopped feeding a month ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by october View Post
    Loveable singlets with magnetic hidden clips so you don't have to learn to breastfeed hold the baby AND do it up!
    Massive recommendation
    I still wear mine to bed and I stopped feeding a month ago
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    They sound awesome!


 

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