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April 12th, 2014, 03:21 PM
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I have roughly 10 weeks before my Squeaker is here, and I would like to start building up my nursing wardrobe. I've found a couple tutorials on making nursing bras out of regular bras, but I would also like to spring for a few nice nursing bras.

Right now I'm living in the sleep/nursing bras from Target, they are so comfy but they also stick out from under shirts and tanks. I've been looking at the nicer Gilligan O'Malley nursing bras, too. I definitely want underwire-free!

Also, where do you recommend going for a bra fitting? I've heard Vic's Secret is kind of terrible at fitting correctly so I don't want to waste a trip.
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April 14th, 2014, 07:57 AM
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I lived in the Gilligan O'Malley nursing tanks for about 2 years. I only put on a bra when I left the house and it was just a regular bra under my nursing tanks. If I needed to nurse while I was out, I pulled up my bra, pulled down the nursing tank. Layers are important when you're nursing in public.

I didn't invest in a nursing wardrobe. Basically, if I could pop a boob out, it was a nursing top.
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April 14th, 2014, 02:21 PM
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I used nursing tanks from target with my daughter, but wanted something nicer this time around. I got Anita brand nursing bras off Amazon. Luckily I got my size right, but Amazon also makes returns easy.
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