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    Default What to wear after birth

    Stupid question, with my daughter I still wore hospital gown that I birthed in ( planning on hospital gown this time too) but what do I wear up to the ward

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    anything you want! You wont care by then

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    Tracksuit pants, Tshirt and slippers

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    Whatever you feel most comfortable in, I say. If you will be breastfeeding, consider breast access.
    With DD2 I had (all new because I am fussy) black leggings, a breastfeeding singlet, a stretchy long sleeve shirt with a button front and a 3/4 sleeve kimono style dressing gown. I felt soooo good getting changed into it after a shower!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenMama View Post
    Whatever you feel most comfortable in, I say. If you will be breastfeeding, consider breast access.
    With DD2 I had (all new because I am fussy) black leggings, a breastfeeding singlet, a stretchy long sleeve shirt with a button front and a 3/4 sleeve kimono style dressing gown. I felt soooo good getting changed into it after a shower!
    That's a great idea! Something you'll feel oh so comfy & recharged getting into.

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    I wore another hospital gown up to the ward but once on the ward my own comfy pajamas.

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    Cute flannelette PJs with a button-up top (for feeding) and thongs.

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    Yep I felt so recharged! It's different for everyone but I always feel a bit sloppy in loose things like tracksuit/pajama pants etc. also I prefer tight clothing postpartum because with all the squirming (feeding, shifting around trying to avoid sitting on stitches etc) I find loose legged pants ride up, twist around etc. I can't stand it!

    Quote Originally Posted by BerryDelicious View Post
    That's a great idea! Something you'll feel oh so comfy & recharged getting into.

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    I had a shower after then wore comfy pajama pants, nursing singlet, dressing gown & ugg boots back to the ward. Super comfy! Planning to do the same this time if possible.

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    Black leggings, singlet and a cardigan here


 

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