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How stinkin' cute!!! Great idea!! Last time I wore that thing the entire 4 days I was there... (c-section). I was so tired I didn't even think about changing into something else, except to put a new one on after I showered. LOL! I wonder if my hospital will allow me to bring one of those!!
Jenn - Mommy to a beautiful little girl and one more on the way!
Most hospitals will let you as long as it is able to open in the back. I'm not a fan of the hospital gowns they provide. SUPER uncomfortable! Plus with DS I walked down to the operating room for my csection and bc the back opened they wrapped another one around the opposite way so my butt wasn't showing...not to mention they are one size fits all and they are way to big for me!
Lovely! I'm thinking of buying or making a birthing skirt and top. I remember my daughter's birth, I felt so undignified naked from the bottom down through the labor, esp because I was moving around a lot. Everyone in the room and passing by the door saw my goods.
I never really worried about showing everything to the world. I was in too much pain from pitocin & no epidural for it to even matter. I did bring depends for after delivery though. Those mesh undies and pads that felt like sand paper were killer!
Mom to Jakob (10), Jarrett (9), and Elijah (4) and Tyler. (7 months) DH Cody
**always remembering my 3 angels*