I have two pairs of maternity jeans, which I am now cycling through as my only leaving the house clothing options. They have gotten quite tight in the thighs and now give me camel toe. I can't bring myself to care... Sigh.
I'm with you guys on the lack of clothing. I finally had to crack and buy gigantic underwear just last week; my regular stuff fit until he started to drop. I only have three shirts that reliably will not ride up and show my belly; I use them for days when I have meetings but my regular office mates can just deal at this point. No way I'm buying more maternity clothes when I'm probably OAD.My BF: the random strangers who like telling me that I'm due "any day now" when I'm out and about. There needs to be a new rule:1) Never ask a lady if she's pregnant2) If she is beyond-shadow-of-a-doubt pregnant, don't ask her for details. She's just trying to get through the day and she doesn't know you.
You all need RBF, I swear no one says anything to me in public!!
@marriedhamstermom and @WinchesterGirl I'm finding the underwire-free nursing bras pretty nice right now. I got mine at Kohl's for $20 each. They're S/M/L sizes so I'm hoping they'll still work with me once I'm milkin' it FT. They have good support and shaping for a no-underwire.
I am in the same boat with the lack of fitting clothes. My BF is I totally overdid it last night after work. I came home and went cleaning fit crazy b/c after days of laying down being sick with a bad cold, I was feeling decent. Well I did WAY too much, gave myself horrid hip pain to the point I was literally in tears thinking something was wrong. And of course now today I am sitting at work with my cold acting up again and my body feeling like I have been hit by a train. Not a happy camper