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post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by ohiomommy1122 View Post
iM MORE worried about tummy fat showing when NIP than my boob!
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totally man. i don't mind people seeing boobage or nipplage, although i try my best to avoid it just for my own comfort... but my belly? NO WAY. it's covered in stretch marks and hairy and hangs over even my maternity jeans. not like i have a low self-esteem, 'cause i still look bangin' when i'm dressed and all, but that doesn't mean i want people to see my gut.
post #22 of 27
I have a love/hate relationship with my nursing tanks. I love them once I get them on, but really despising pulling them over my head and trying to get them over my boobs (and my boobs are little...fully engorged I *might* be a C). I like my Target one better than GlamorMom...it's probably a size too small, but it's wearable. I don't like the clasps on it (I can't refasten them one handed) and the nipple hole is too small or awkwardly positioned or something. It's also a little short. I'd be terribly disappointed in it if I had paid full price. The Target one fits much better (but is no easier to get on)

Christa
post #23 of 27
I love my nursing tanks from target - I've been nursing my daughter for 2 years and I JUST got a couple.. I'm sad that i've lived without for so long! I don't wear an additional bra.. the nursing tank is supportive enough, and I am rather large breasted.. esp now that I'm 6 weeks pregnant!
post #24 of 27
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Originally Posted by bumblebeej View Post
i will throw an xl glamourmom in the mail for you to play with, just pm me.
Ooh, that would be great, though I'm pretty sure an XL will be too big (I was trying to choose between a M and L). I will PM you later this afternoon. We are on our way to a playgroup soon.
post #25 of 27
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Originally Posted by ohiomommy1122 View Post
iM MORE worried about tummy fat showing when NIP than my boob!
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Originally Posted by MmeMuffin View Post
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totally man. i don't mind people seeing boobage or nipplage, although i try my best to avoid it just for my own comfort... but my belly? NO WAY. it's covered in stretch marks and hairy and hangs over even my maternity jeans. not like i have a low self-esteem, 'cause i still look bangin' when i'm dressed and all, but that doesn't mean i want people to see my gut.
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Originally Posted by dubfam View Post
To hide tummy fat I have been wearing a cami or lightweight tank under my shirt, over my bra. When it is time to nurse I just slide the strap from the cami or tank down and pull my boob out of the bra, over the tank. Then the tank hides my tummy!

I am MUCH more worried about my tummy showing than my boob!
My exact reasoning as well. Anyone can take a look at my boobs, they are pretty nice if I do say so myself, but my belly is beyond horrific and would scare someone if they saw it.
post #26 of 27
I have to put out a plug for the blue canoe (www.bluecanoe.com) Jane bra.

It is very un-bralike, so you might give it a try....i just got mine today, and ohhhhhhh my HECK!!!! it is so comfortable! I didn't realize how UNcomfortable my other yoga bra was, until I put this one on!!

I may never take it off....i need to order another one quick, before i am forced to take this one off to launder it, lol!

Here's the one I got. (and the atlantic blue is gorgeous!) I'm a DD at least, and it fits great, feels very supportive AND comfy!! Not super supportive (I couldn't jog in it!), but definitely plenty supportive and shapely for everyday. The only possible downside might be coverage--it is a full back and fairly wide straps, so it wouldn't work well under more revealing tops.
post #27 of 27
I was a 38G for the first 8m or so after dd was born and I lived in Glamoumom bra tops (with the bra-like straps). I couldn't really nurse in them like what they're meant for because of the tiny nipple holes, but they were so supportive and my boobs were rockin' in them (and they looked great on their own with my hippie skirts). I just pulled one strap down when I needed to nurse. After I lost my baby-weight I sold my XL's and now I'm gonna have to stock up on mediums or larges for next summer.
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