So yeah, the yoga pants are becoming work pants and I have a feeling over the next two weeks I'll just switch over
I hate maternity clothes. I literally BURNED my last set after Leif was born, my loathing is so intense!
I don't want to have to buy cold and warm weather maternity clothes!
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I'm ten weeks, and dh says I am eating like a horse.
I am wearing my one and only pair of maternity pants, though, today, in fact. I love the elastic waist band. I can't believe I went through one and three quarter pregnancies before I finally caved in and forked out $70 for maternity pants.
They are so comfy. A bit baggy and sloppy right now, but thankfully, not squeezing me.
R wife to R , Mommy to A9/08! Expecting S around 9/3/15
I didn't see the point in stuffing myself into my clothes when maternity clothes are so much more comfy. Plus my boobs are already more than a cup size bigger and my regular shirts were busting open.
Wife of 20 years to my superhero firefighting DH. SAHM to 2 boys and 2 girls (3 babies in Heaven- Baby # 5 5/2010 & Baby #6 8/2011 & Baby # 7 2/1013). Cancer Survivor 2011 ( Persistent Malignant Gestational Trophoblastic Disease)
I'm feeling much better knowing I'm not the only one. I'm only at 11 weeks (nearly 12) and have the "baby bump" that I remember having at 4-5 months last time around.
Mama to Munchkin and Chickadee ...and co-parent to 3 additional bundles of energy!
I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one with expanding thighs, too!
And can someone explain to me how to wear my pants undone with a belly sleeve? I tried it today and the unbuttoned pants are all bumpy and weird looking under the sleeve. It would have to be made of titanium to hide that!
Catherine, mama to Preschooler Girl 9/08, and Toddler Boy 3/11
I wear yoga pants most days
I am still wearing most of my reg. shirts, though, just the smalls, not extra smalls.
Me, a husband, a social butterfly 2008, and a cheeky monkey 2011
Mum to Moo Moo (4) and EJ (2)
I've worn a couple of extra-small maternity shirts that wouldn't fit later on. Most of my regular shirts still fit though. At this point the mat. clothes is more for comfort then because I need them.
I found some nice tops with the empire waist maternity look at Lane Bryant - and they're not maternity tops. Plus, the front has buttons to the empire waistline, so I can nurse or pump without having to haul the girls up and over a collar!
I wish they made nice maternity clothes for us plus size mamas...most of what I've seen I wouldn't be caught dead in...
Wife to James , Mama to Sara and Robbie
398/2013, 2/200, 4/52
AP crunchy homeschooling mama to Henning (1/4/03), Connor (7/1/05) and Elijah (9/21/08) and shocked to be 11/15 Forever holding my 3 lost little ones in my heart.