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Mesh (post partum) Underwear

post #1 of 40
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I have 3 pairs from my birthkit 2 years ago. It came with 4 pairs, I tried one, I hate them with the passion of a thousand fiery suns. They are size L, which probably means nothing really, since they are so stretchy.

Would anyone like them? Totally free--they won't cost me much to ship since they are so light. I hate to just throw them away, but there's no way I'll use them.

PM me with your address if you'd like them--first come, first serve!
post #2 of 40
Me, oooh, pick me!

I'd love to have them!
post #3 of 40
Thread Starter 
Wow, that was quick! Just zip me your address, and I'll force dh to take them to the PO by the weekend.
post #4 of 40
How embarassing, you're going to make your husband mail me your funny mesh underwear???

But yay anyway! Thanks! :
post #5 of 40
awesome score Aubrey!!
post #6 of 40
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I promise, I'll be discreet! I'll tell him it's prescription drugs, instead!

They shall arrive at your home in discreet, unmarked brown paper packaging. Or perhaps a plain padded envelope....but I promise there will be no hint of "funny mesh panty" escaping the package!
post #7 of 40
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awesome score Aubrey!!

Yeah, thanks!

And Sarah, great idea- instead of funny underwear you're going to tell him you're just sending your friend some drugs.
post #8 of 40
I double dog dare you to google mesh underwear.
post #9 of 40
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Originally Posted by newmamatobe View Post
I double dog dare you to google mesh underwear.
O.M.G.
post #10 of 40
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No way. I'm still working up the courage to find out about hot carl!
post #11 of 40
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No way. I'm still working up the courage to find out about hot carl!

Ew, don't even bother. It's so gross in a not-even-funny sort of gross way. It has to do with poop. I'm going to google mesh undies though.
post #12 of 40
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Originally Posted by newmamatobe View Post
I double dog dare you to google mesh underwear.
I had to choke down laughter so as not to wake my husband up and have him wonder what the heck I am doing at the computer.
post #13 of 40
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Ew, don't even bother. It's so gross in a not-even-funny sort of gross way. It has to do with poop.
I kinda surmised that, just based on other's reactions to it.....I think I'll be able to happily live the rest of my life without finding out exactly-for-sure what it means!

But my point was, I'm veeeeeeery afraid of Jen's google abilities. She's like a google ninja!
post #14 of 40
Sarah, can you tell me why you are so passionate about your hate for the undies? I'm getting ready to cave into peer pressure over them since normally everyone raves about how crucial they are. I'd love to hear your take before I buy them. I have an instinctive dislike of them but considering the fact that I've never had a baby and have never even seen these undies in person, I have no real reason to not get them. Lay the other perspective on me.
post #15 of 40
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But my point was, I'm veeeeeeery afraid of Jen's google abilities. She's like a google ninja!

post #16 of 40
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I think it stems from my childhood...

No, seriously! They remind me of the tights my mom used to make me wear when I was small--the crotch sorta sags between your legs like a hammock, and you can never keep them pulled up properly...and if you try to pull them up where they will stay, they end up giving you a huge wedgie. Now, I know SOME people like that--dream about it, in fact!

Also maybe not all mesh underwear are created equal, but these are "designed" (and i use the term quite loosely!) like the top portion of pantyhose, so they are supposed to come down on your thighs a bit. No crotch section, just a seam. And the very first thing those "legs" do, at least IME, is roll up like cheap window shades!

Let's just say that, as vile as they are, I much preferred wearing disposable Depends for the first couple of heavy-bleeding days!

But that's just me....
post #17 of 40
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Originally Posted by newmamatobe View Post
I double dog dare you to google mesh underwear.
I can't stop laughing. Don't think I'll ever go near a pair of those!!
post #18 of 40
I have a few pairs of old ratty cotton underwear on their last legs. I think I'll just sacrifice those to the goddess of postpartum bleeding.
Unless, of course, I can find a pair of mesh undies that looks just like this.
post #19 of 40
Oh yall are going to get me in such trouble! If my dh looks at the history and sees what I came up with when I googled he's going to fall out!!!!



Not to mention that my kids could walk in at any second!

Christa
post #20 of 40
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Originally Posted by newmamatobe View Post
I double dog dare you to google mesh underwear.

I have to admit, I googled it just to see what the heck you were talking about!
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