amarissa85:I personally find them a waste of money. You are going to labor in it and probably ruin it because it will get stuff
katiebenes:My sil suggested I short cheap night gown. I can find them on sale for five bucks
I'm currently arguing wi
We're free to wear what ever we choose at the hospital I had DD at. I labored in the clothes I had on that day because I was comfortable (tee, jersey knit skirt). Once my water broke I changed into a long sleep shirt, boy shorts (refused cervical check
firefly8490:My concern isn't so much with the vanity or looking good. It's more I don't foresee the hospital gowns being overly co
magdalina.h:I think they are pointless and a ware of money.
lyndz333:I don't know about buying a gown specifically for delivery but I know a couple moms that had cute and simple clothing for
Buy some pajamas for after the delivery.
What you wear to birth a child gets covered in blood and poop, so you don't want to just have one. I went through two or three gowns and ended up naked.
Well, if your goal is to avoid the epidural, you can labour at home. By the time I got to the hospital, I was far enough along in labour they could have dressed me in anything and I would have neither noticed nor cared. In fact, that's why I ended up n
tokenhoser:Well, if your goal is to avoid the epidural, you can labour at home. By the time I got to the hospital, I was far enoug