If you're talking about religious covering, you may want to check in Spirituality. If there's not a tribe, you could start one.
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9/3/08 at 12:44pm
|If I'm not going to let my future daughters wear shorts should I also remove them from my son's wardrobes? And what about going shirtless?|
Mennonite cape dresses are great, because they're made for nursing. I'm actually wearing an older style Motherhood nursing dress today, and it reminds me of the cape-style dresses.
I generally wear tops and skirts when I am nursing.
|I have a question about head coverings. What do those of you who wear them use? I purchased a head covering from our church, but DH would like for me to only wear it during liturgy or times of prayer, so I need something more day-to-day. I've looked at scarves, but I'm not sure how to wrap/wear them, so any advice or suggestions would be appreciated.|
|I fell like it's sort of against the feminist movement as it's like I'm objectifying my body (but you can't)|
You could wear a longer skirt under the dresses if they're too short.
I was posting some links on another thread and wanted to share them here. These are Christian links:
|by any chance the lady you were talked about who nursed her baby in the cape dress, does she have two little girls and a baby boy?|