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#1 of 13 Old 05-16-2005, 06:54 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I saw a shirt set at Motherhood today on their clearance.

The shirt for the mom read "Supply"
it has a matching onsie that read "Demand"

Mom of a 7 yr old, 4 yr old, and 1 yr old. Wow. How did that happen?
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http://www.motherhoodnursing.com/Pro...tegory_Id=2002

Here it is! It's really cute, but too bad the blue one cost more than the pink. (at least for me! lol)
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I've been to three different motherhood stores looking for those. Haven't found them yet.

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Are the onesies one size only?
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Isn't Motherhood the store that sells thier customer info to formula companies, etc? I wish I could find something like this from a WAHM.
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Are the onesies one size only?
Yeah, they only come in size 3-6 months. I emailed customer service about this several months ago and never heard anything back from them.
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Too cute. Definately need a WAHM to make these? Any WAHMs out there reading this?
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Yes, please WAHMs!!!!!!
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Yeah, I'd want the "demand" shirt in 2T!

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Isn't Motherhood the store that sells thier customer info to formula companies, etc?
Really? I sure hope not. I don't shop there often but they never asked for my information. In fact, the woman running the store was kind enough to offer me one of the dressing rooms to BF in since I am a bit shy about NIP. However, at the same time it wouldn't surprize me.
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I like the "supply" and "demand" t-shirt and onsie.
Would it be bad if I got a fabric pen and made my own?
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Isn't Motherhood the store that sells thier customer info to formula companies, etc? I wish I could find something like this from a WAHM.
I somehow have managed to stay off the formula company lists and I have purchased a few things at Motherhood. I don't think I ever gave them info--though I don't remember how I paid.

One thing that amazes me is the dearth of acknowledgment/catering to women who breastfeed in mainstream stores. I am always delighted when I see nursing clothes in stores that aren't nightgowns, because at least it's an acknowledgment that people bf and have a life. I am not known for my shopping skills, but it seems like there are tons of pregnancy clothes out there, and practically no nursing shirts.

Regarding WAHMS, it seems like a lot are willing to do customs. What about somebody who does embroidery?
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I like the "supply" and "demand" t-shirt and onsie.
Would it be bad if I got a fabric pen and made my own?
Go for it!
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