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    Nursing moms: Nursing Tanks?

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    What nursing tanks do you recommend. I got 2 from Target to last me while I'm in the hospital and recovering at home (along with 2 bras), but I'd like to get more for when I'm just hanging around the house. Any reasonably priced recommendations?
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    Well, they are pricey, but the Glamour Mom tanks are the best ones I ever used- easy clasps, good support, and comfy. They are around $40, but for me it was worth the money.
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    I liked the target ones. I wore them under some of my regular shirts to turn them into "nursing" shirts
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    I only have the target ones because they are the only ones that aren't rediculously priced. But I only wear them at home around the house or under something else if I am going out.
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    Yeah I think a big difference is I wore the Glamour Mom tanks out as regular shirts since its hot here in Hawaii- if I was using them for layering I wouldn't spend that much!
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    I'm so worried about what I'm going to wear when I nurse. I don't want to be stuck in button down shirts. I'm a tshirt and jeans girl. But nursing in a tee just doesn't seem very easy. I like the shirts that kind of have a "v" neck and you can just pull the one side down... but I don't want to wear those all the time.
    Any suggestions on where to shop for other nursing wear?
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    I loooooooove the Target ones, in fact that is what I'm wearing right now!
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    Quote Originally Posted by flowerchild View Post
    I'm so worried about what I'm going to wear when I nurse. I don't want to be stuck in button down shirts. I'm a tshirt and jeans girl. But nursing in a tee just doesn't seem very easy. I like the shirts that kind of have a "v" neck and you can just pull the one side down... but I don't want to wear those all the time.
    Any suggestions on where to shop for other nursing wear?
    Like Bex I just wear the tanks underneath regular tops. Then you can just pull up the top an still have the tank covering you. Much cheaper than nursing tops.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FTCWifey View Post
    Like Bex I just wear the tanks underneath regular tops. Then you can just pull up the top an still have the tank covering you. Much cheaper than nursing tops.
    Duh! I don't know how I didn't get that out of Bex's post. Oh wait... preggo brain That makes complete sense. No need for a new wardrobe that we can't afford. That's great news!
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