May 2013 Moms

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  • nola78nola78
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    I've been wearing skirts, dresses, and maternity pants.  Yoga pants are comfy as well.  I'd like to be back in regular clothes but I have to do something about this extra stomach first...
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  • Still wearing sweat pants a month PP. jeans just hit my incision perfectly and are uncomfortable, but my mat clothes are huge so my wardrobe is slim pickings for pants.
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  • I am wearing my maternity bottoms and regular tops. My shorts where getting snug last year so I know I wont be able to fit in them now.

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  • I'm wearing yoga pants or my husband's basketball shorts everyday...basically anything that has extra room. I'll be 2 weeks pp tomorrow and my incision is fine but like the OP said, the area just below my bellybutton is the most sensitive. Haven't tried my maternity clothes yet but with family coming to town this weekend, I may have to.

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  • Most days I stay in my pajamas, sad as that is. When I'm having company or have to go out, I wear Yoga pants or the one pair of jeans that fit well because they were big on me prepregnancy.
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    Still wearing sweat pants a month PP. jeans just hit my incision perfectly and are uncomfortable, but my mat clothes are huge so my wardrobe is slim pickings for pants.

    Yup. I'm totally the sexy mom in sweatpants. Lol. If I go out Yoga pants or my maternity capris. Even though they're huge.
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  • I'm 4 weeks pp an I wear yoga pants or maternity capris. I have the same tenderness... In fact, my belly has started hurting more. I'm dialing back how much I do. Right now even the granny panties bother me.

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  • I've been wearing yoga pants and jogging bottoms a lot. I know what you mean about the tenderness. It feels really weird almost like it's not my own tummy.
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    Yoga pants and comfy clothes around the house (and since DD is under quarantine, I don't get out much). On the rare occasion I get out of the house AND out of the car, I'm in my PP clothes. 
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  • My full panel maternity jeans, maternity leggins, dresses (regular ones) and I wore a pre-pregnancy pair of denim shorts one day.
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  • On my first Target outing I found the most comfy exercise skirt, it's super comfy and wicking material good for the hot summer. I can wear it above or below the incision.
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