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Old 05-03-2008, 10:03 PM   #11
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I agree with the Target suggestions. I bought all my nursing bras there. Instead of buying nursing shirts I bought a few spagetti stap tanks that I found on clearance for a few bucks and wear those underneath my shirts. I just pull them down far enough to pull my breast out and then use the shirt I am wearing over it as a cover for the top.
I do that too if my nursing tanks are dirty. I have a great maternity tank that I got at Target that I like because it's long. I can just pull it down and my shirt works as a cover.

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Old 05-03-2008, 10:34 PM   #12
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I agree with the Target suggestions. I bought all my nursing bras there. Instead of buying nursing shirts I bought a few spagetti stap tanks that I found on clearance for a few bucks and wear those underneath my shirts. I just pull them down far enough to pull my breast out and then use the shirt I am wearing over it as a cover for the top.
Thats what I do and it works great. When I do wear a bra I just use a regular one though and pull the cup part of the bra down and pop my breast out, imo its easier than unsnapping.
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Old 05-03-2008, 11:37 PM   #13
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Re: cheap nursing shirts?

I wear the belly bands from Motherhood mat. They are great Any shirt becomes a nursing shirt. I wont leave the house w/o it on. They look cute under your shirt line like you are wearing a layered shirt. Oh, and it holds in that mommy tummy too
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Old 05-04-2008, 03:00 PM   #14
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Ooooh, link? Do you like the way they fit? Are they long enough? I could use some more - I live in mine...

I haven't gotten them yet but I will LYK when I get them if I remember here's the link
http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQfgtpZ1QQ...Q5fPcNQ5fQ5fSI
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Re: cheap nursing shirts?

Gap does and had some on sale last time I looked, and There is an outlet for one of the bigger nursing mother shirts on Ebay. Forgot their name. But their web site links you to it. Let me check back with you.
Motherwear Factory Outlet on Ebay has decent deals, So does motherwear in their value line. But by far GAP is the cutest style.
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really a belly band just looks like a shirt? I thought it would look bulky or like spandex - hmm maybe I should try that! Thanks!
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hey I found the outlet store too .. here ya go

http://stores.ebay.com/Motherwear-Fa...dZ2QQpZ4QQtZkm

some stuff is awesomely priced if you watch and bid at last minute
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I got them they are a perfect fit for an XLARGE almost fits my baby belly lol so I know after he's here they will be more then perfect
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What size do you need? I have several worn just a handful of times...mostly smalls maybe a few mediums
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I agree with the Target suggestions. I bought all my nursing bras there. Instead of buying nursing shirts I bought a few spagetti stap tanks that I found on clearance for a few bucks and wear those underneath my shirts. I just pull them down far enough to pull my breast out and then use the shirt I am wearing over it as a cover for the top.
I did the same thing! And if you get really thin tanks they are not as hot as the "real" nursing tanks
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