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March 10th, 2010, 01:49 PM
Mom2EthanAndJett's Avatar Love my house of boys!
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I've been going around to many places trying to find nursing bras that are comfortable for me.

Was having a hard time! And couldnt decided whether I really need a nursing tank...

Well, I went to Target...had 2 nursing tanks in my hand for $16.99 each. Then I put them back, cause I couldnt decide...haha

Then I went to babies R us...ended up getting 2 nursing bras...the compfy sleep ones I think...they were $12.95 each..not bad

Then today I went to walmart! Found a nursing tank top for $13.00! Bought a black one.
And then I tried on a nursing bra that has the clips that fold down..$12.00..and bought one!
I also got a thin pink robe to wear over my hospital gown for when I'm in labor and walking the halls. That was only 10 bucks!

So now I have 3 nursing bras, 1 nursing tank and a robe! Think Im good for now! Go to Walmart, they are cheaper and I thought they were more comfy...

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March 10th, 2010, 02:08 PM
StarrMom's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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I got all my maternity bras at Walmart for cheap (they are for nursing, even though I didn't nurse DS)

They are so comfy, that's pretty much all I wear now- even when I'm not pregnant!

Glad you found some good deals
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March 10th, 2010, 02:43 PM
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With my 1st daughter, I bought my nursing bras in advance and because of the massive water weight gain from the pitocin they did not fit right away. Actually it took me 6 weeks to fit into them. I would suggest to maybe buy one a bit bigger than you would think you would need and wait to see how your body reacts to labor and delivery.

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March 10th, 2010, 02:55 PM
Mom2EthanAndJett's Avatar Love my house of boys!
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Ya, I actually did already purchase them in a bigger size because I know my milk is going to come in. The sleeping bras I know will fit because I have a lot of extra room. If for some reason they still dont fit then I have the receipts!

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