and planning to eat it again
Megan Davidson, Labor & Postpartum Doula, Breastfeeding Counselor, Anthropologist, Mom to August (9) and Clay (4), Partner to Shawn.
If you feel the need for specific nursing clothes, I'd check garage sales and consignment stores.
For me and my F/G nursing boobs a nursing bra is essential. It depends on your comfort and size for bras.
Vanessa... Happily married to a paramedic - celebrating 10 years of marriage! Mama to one crazy 6 year old transformer and one chatterbox 4 year old princess. Daycare provider to many jumping beans I'm expecting my third in late November.
Would a Cami with built in support work? I have many because I hate bras! I would much rather have something fancy, but it's just not going to happen unless someone gets them for me. Maybe I can just wear my camis as shirts this summer in the heat...
I never had even a single nursing shirt, just had some nursing bras. I know you said you're broke, but if you can scrape some $ together, both Walmart and Target have a few bras, and I've got a few of them (I think the Walmart ones were like $7 each, and the Target ones more like $11) (tho I suggest you go into a store vs. looking online, the selection and prices seem to be better in-store). I've been using them during this pregnancy, and plan to after Max is born. While I'd love to be able to afford Bravados or something, these work just fine for me so I can't justify paying for something so much more expensive. (Also, I know many people have issues with Walmart and/or Target, but in my experience, when you're broke, you're broke!!!)
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