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    Default Pumpkin Protocol 2014: Belated BFPs, Bumps & Babies #2

    Bought a maternity bra today. My boobs were never sore and never got any bigger while I was pregnant with the twins, this time it's a different story!

    Also may have cried in target because there maternity bras are ugly, damn hormones lol

    Got a basic black one from bonds and it's so comfy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mumma K View Post
    Bought a maternity bra today. My boobs were never sore and never got any bigger while I was pregnant with the twins, this time it's a different story!

    Also may have cried in target because they're maternity bras are ugly, damn hormones lol

    Got a basic black one from bonds and it's so comfy!
    I felt the exact same. I have a tonne of beautiful expensive bras that I can't wear I got the bonds ones too.

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    I have them and after issues getting supply up never known whether should stop

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    Went to buy a nic non maternity bra at bras and things for baptism last week. I know my boobs are smaller then others but so depressing now in their biggest size of 16DD I was a 12DD at wedding last april.

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    I've had to already throw one of my bonds bras as it was so holey. Hung the other two which were that same design and vintage on the line today...by a thread. They're falling apart...and it's sad. I have one newer one from this pregnancy. They are comfortable, though I do prefer the old design as you could cross the straps at the back for when working out post baby.

    DH says I need to buy a couple of in-between bras until I'm back down to size. Maybe I can gaffa tape my old ones...no one would notice...right?

    I would have to buy at least three - at $35 each. Yet I would still need to buy new bras when I get down to size anyway as everything's time has come - new clothes, undies, bras, etc. Would so much rather save the money to spend on my new wardrobe when I've reached my old weight again.

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    I saw the same bra I bought today for $8 less at big w

    Looks like I'll be going back to get some more!

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