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clair1986 Avatar
banned6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months agoFeedback:86 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
Looking for some nice summery tops nighties...etc anything really that would be useful, i am due in July so needs to be summery stuff

Thanks everyone

xxxx
clair1986 Avatar
banned6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months agoFeedback:86 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#1
Saw some nighties with buttons on in Peacocks....I got mine a few years back in QS...Best of luck
#2
what size are you
banned#3
dmtuk
Saw some nighties with buttons on in Peacocks....I got mine a few years back in QS...Best of luck

OHHH ill have a look in there thanks

SABJ
what size are you


Duhhhhhh that would help wouldnt it :oops: size 10 hun x
#4
I am breastfeeding my now 12 month old.
I have found that specially designed breast feeding tops are really not that great.
The best advice I can give is to wear a vest top and then wear a normal, reasonably loose fitting top over the top. Then lift the normal top up from the bottom and the vest top down iyswim.
That way you reveal nothing and you can wear most things.

As for nighties, I got some cheap ones in primark that button down which are great for night feeds.

Good luck with breastfeeding, it's one of the best things I've ever done.

x
#5
Asda has BF vests in the maternity section for £5 (but marked up at £6)
banned#6
mummy22angels
I am breastfeeding my now 12 month old.
I have found that specially designed breast feeding tops are really not that great.
The best advice I can give is to wear a vest top and then wear a normal, reasonably loose fitting top over the top. Then lift the normal top up from the bottom and the vest top down iyswim.
That way you reveal nothing and you can wear most things.

As for nighties, I got some cheap ones in primark that button down which are great for night feeds.

Good luck with breastfeeding, it's one of the best things I've ever done.

Thats a great tip thank you.... :thumbsup: i breastfed my daughter aswell but not exclusively so she had bottles if we were out, but want to just breastfeed alone this time, as i loved it so much just didnt get the best help starting out :x

x


gizzygoo
Asda has BF vests in the maternity section for £5 (but marked up at £6)


ohhh ill take a look x
#7
Definately agree with the vests. I have EBF all 3 of mine and these make it so easy. I don't know how I managed the first time without one.
#8
Dont know if they still do, but H&M did a great range of breast feeding tops 4ish years ago... got to be worth a look! :)

I sold mine on ebay, but I have a cossato bedside cot that is also great for the task at hand!!!! lol
Good luck, if it works it is really rewarding! :thumbsup:
#9
Whilst out shopping you might want to pick up some...
Lansinoh® Nipple Cream.
#10
Hiya
not sure if your interested in Lansinoh nipple cream or not but i have two tubes - i have opened them but i deceided not to breast feed so they are new just not sealed.
If your interested in them let me know.
Thanks

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