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Baby Bump: Japanese Weekend Maternity and Nursing PJs

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One of the things to expect when you're expecting is to invest in new threads for your expanding belly. If you're trying to watch your budget during these hard economic times then try to look for gear that will be versatile during your pregnancy and after your bundle of joy arrives. The D & A Nursing Pajama Set ($64) will keep you cozy as your stomach stretches and then provide a comfortable and functional set of jammies to wear while nursing once you pop. Most bellies don't go back to their pre-baby state immediately so you'll welcome the extra room in the beginning, but also love the easy access the top provides for breastfeeding.

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Greggie Greggie 7 years
I'm shocked at how well mine held their shape. I never thought $25 would get me a pair I could wear comfortably post-pregnancy, but the shirt snapped right back so I can wear it now, even 11 months later.
schnappycat schnappycat 7 years
These are really cute, but I never bought special PJs when I was pregnant. I just wore regular ones with an elastic tie waistband and let them out a bit and wore them lower as I got bigger. I'm still wearing the ones I bought during my last trimester, even though I'm back to my normal weight.
luv2blazy luv2blazy 7 years
I had a few pieces from Japanese Weekend when I was preggers. They are a little expensive, but lasted the entire pregnancy, and was very fashionable. One of the tanks I got I still have and use b/c it was a great shape for anyone.
Greggie Greggie 7 years
Those are really cute but (as featured items often are) out of my price range. I got a pair of pajamas at Motherhood for $25 in my last trimester and still wear them. *lol*
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