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February 20th, 2007, 12:37 PM
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I had one nursing shirt with DS, which I loved, but they don't make it anymore. Soooo...I'm wondering where are your favorite places to get them? Online stores are fine with me, too.
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February 21st, 2007, 12:54 PM
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I got a couple from Motherhood Maternity. They were the best prices that I could find. I only used them for a couple months and havent used them since. Now I just use a regular shirt and wear a nursing bra.
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February 22nd, 2007, 12:50 PM
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Thanks, I checked over there today and found several that will work. I'll be pumping at work (f/t after 8 wks leave) and really need nursing shirts for that *just in case* the door lock doesn't work as promised (i.e., the facilities guy uses his key to walk in).
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Thanks, I checked over there today and found several that will work. I'll be pumping at work (f/t after 8 wks leave) and really need nursing shirts for that *just in case* the door lock doesn't work as promised (i.e., the facilities guy uses his key to walk in).[/b]
You can check out Mothers En Vogue. It made the most contribution to my wardrobe now.
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I had one nursing shirt with DS, which I loved, but they don't make it anymore. Soooo...I'm wondering where are your favorite places to get them? Online stores are fine with me, too.[/b]

Hey! Funny running into you here, lol. Can you believe I'm already thinking about nursing shirts and I'm only 11.5 weeks pregnant, lol. We'll I never owned a single nursing shirt with my DD and I decided this time I'm going to get some nice ones. I want to try to find some used on ebay, but I want to know what brands to look for. I babywear a lot so I hate the idea of the ones that you have to pull up the outer shirt to get to the shirt underneath with opening. I either want hidden openings or the low cut cross-your-heart look that can just be pulled down. But they have to be cute too. I also want some good nursing tanks with flaps that come down like a nursing bra. I'll keep checking for more suggestions. I have a while, lol. Also, does anyone know of a for sale or trade for maternity/breastfeeding stuff? I'd rather buy from another mom than from someone who makes their living selling used things on ebay, KWIM?

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July 26th, 2007, 01:08 PM
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Well look who it is, Erica and Kathryn! So glad we're all here. To answer your question, I just got some nursing tanks from Target for $16.99 each, because I just didn't want to spend a lot. They're comfy and do the job, and solve my problem of having my belly hang out when nursing in a sling. Also good at night for side lying nursing.
Here's the link... they got here a lot faster than Target said they would too, which was nice.

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July 30th, 2007, 03:33 PM
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wish target had more colors..
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August 7th, 2007, 08:49 AM
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LOL Hi, everyone! I wound up getting some of the Target tanks, too, and I love them. I layer them under button up shirts. Looks cute, is functional, and the button up shirt provides additional shielding when needed. You might check your local Target. One of ours carries them in the store. Got a really cute pink lace nursing bra and panty set, too, for less than $30. I love Target.
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I'll have to check out those tanks from Target. I was at the Motherhood outlet and found 3 shirts that work the way I wanted (no need to raise the shirt), but they all have a full inner shirt that I fear will be hot next summer. They will be fine when I deliver in Jan though. The tanks sound great for summer. Now I just need to find time to learn about cloth diapering (another thing I never did with my first child bc I was working full time).
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October 8th, 2007, 11:21 AM
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My absolute fav are bravado tanks, I order mine online. I also love glamourmom.com because they offer longer length tanks.
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November 10th, 2007, 01:02 PM
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My absolute fav are bravado tanks, I order mine online. I also love glamourmom.com because they offer longer length tanks.[/b]
me too i LOVED the bravado ones...and even though i liked the length of the glamour mom one, i hated wearing it to nurse because the clasps were crap and i had to cut the nursing "holes' out so my big bb's would fit through...then it was useless. big waste of money.

i had much better luck with the bravado designs ones...target ones did not work great for me either. they were too flimsy and gave me no support ...and thoe holes again. i wish they'd get rid of those and only make the drop down cups!! but is just me. here is the link to the tanks that i used good luck and hope you find something to work great for your new little bundle

http://www.bravadodesigns.com/product.asp?ID=18

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