I'm thinking ahead to cold weather and brainstorming what I can wear to bed to stay warm... I'll be night-nursing a little one who likes to sleep next to the breast, and I'm paranoid about blankets so I'll only pull blankets up to my waist. I have wool long underwear and sleep sacks for ds so I'm not worried about him staying warm... but I know I'll be freezing without my down comforter pulled up around my face! Our house has a wood stove, no central heat, and the bedroom gets really cold at night.
I remember when my older dd was a baby, I had two sleep outfits that I alternated....
1. I cut nursing holes in a turtleneck and covered it with a thin fleece hooded sweatshirt. This worked okay, but it was kind of a pain to position breasts in the holes and the sweatshirt was kind of bulky and uncomfortable under my armpit when I pulled it up to nurse.
2. I found a capilene turtleneck at REI that zipped down half-way for breast access, also covered by a sweatshirt. Probably won't work this time as my breasts are um, much lower now and the zipper doesn't go low enough.
Any great and WARM winter nursing pjs out there? Any nursing turtlenecks on the market? Any other ideas??