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Originally Posted by Mihelinka
I don't know if this is going to help, but i would put off buying nursing bras until at least 1 month after the babe arrives. The first month, i either wore nothing on top, it was just easier or a t shirt i could pull up.
I started buying bras after then when i ventured out.
Originally Posted by sunshine*girl
You know, when we got home from the hospital I went to take the blasted dress off and needed dh's help. My boobs were sore and engorged so I took off my bra as well. I was honestly amazed at how my chest looked. Amazed. Obviously so was the man. I told him to take a good look because it would take another baby or thousands of bucks for the "ladies" to stand up and look him in the eye like that again. I swear I could have bounced coins on them. This time I shall nurse before leaving the hospital.
Some women's chest size actually goes down after having a baby. I'm not one of them.
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