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post #21 of 25
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An MDC mama was kind enough to send me some Bravado nursing bras. They really are wonderful! I thought I'd hate pulling them over my head & having the whole back coverage, but the comfort & support is definitely worth it. At least it will be during the cool months, so my back won't be getting sweaty.
post #22 of 25
I have small breasts (still fitting in my B cup) -- any recommendations for a good pregnancy bra? What about nursing bras?
post #23 of 25
I haven't taken the jump yet and tried the Bravado, in a couple months when I'm *sure* (yeah, right) that I'm closer to final breast size I'm planning on ordering a couple.

I did pop into JCPenny's two weekends ago and picked up a pair of their house brand maternity/nursing bras. Almost all cotton so they don't dig into my shoulders and the weight doesn't pull them all out of shape

I remember these being great for when my cup size went crazy last time!
The woman that helped me didn't actually want to sell me a maternity/nursing bra because they usually don't sugget it until closer to term. So, don't be surprised if you are persueded not to buy.


~Angela *happily supported*
post #24 of 25
That Birth & Baby site is fabulous! I spent $200!
post #25 of 25

great bras

i have found title nine to have a great selection of bras. They have a bunch of stores on the west coast but are mainly a catalog company...
www.titlenine.com the woman in customer service are super helpful too. They have two nursing bras that i've heard are great!!!
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