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What's your fave outfit to chill out in at home, to wear for comfort when it's just you and baby/hubby??

I love soft jogging pants and a vest top.
It's not the most attractive outfit, but it's so comfy
usually either with my fluffy lamb slippers or thick fluffy socks Wink
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replied January 10th, 2007
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I love my baggy pj bottoms, one of my hubby's t-shirts and my granny slippers. And no bra - I like to let em breathe!Mr. Green

i'm so sexeeee!!!!!

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replied January 10th, 2007
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Hahahaha I love to wear my little boy shorts and a tank top...9 out of 10 times my shorts match my top.....Lol matching sets....Oh and yes I am one of those that wear matching undies with a matching bra. Ack!!!!!!!!!
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replied January 10th, 2007
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Jammies! Laughing

.I never wear panties at home. Is that odd? Shocked
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replied January 10th, 2007
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Laura, I randomly do or don't wear panties at home, so no, it's not wierd at all.

Jules, me too at home I hate wearing a bra - getting poked by underwires ugh lol

gen, I so wish I could be like that. I love matching stuff, yet I never seem to have stuff that matches *sigh*
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Lol yeah....Well I find it sexey and my husband was all about the matching....So I kinda made it a habit to buy matching sets......Oh and I dont' wear panties when I am home either....Not to often anyway...It makes it fun. Let that stuff breath...Helps with preventing infections.
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replied January 10th, 2007
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I like some air around my bits Laughing
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I wear sweats or shorts,(sometimes with underwear), and fuzzy slippers lol but I always have to wear a bra,even to bed sometimes Shocked .I can't help it.My mom says its bad for you but oh well
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replied January 10th, 2007
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Pyjama or track pants with a men's undershirt.
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replied January 10th, 2007
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These huge sweatpants (my boyfriend hates)...And usually a beater, or a hoody.

I used to have these slippers..They were duckies, and my favorite but my dog chewed them up.... Evil or Very Mad
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replied January 10th, 2007
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melissa_20 wrote:
i wear sweats or shorts,(sometimes with underwear), and fuzzy slippers lol but I always have to wear a bra,even to bed sometimes Shocked .I can't help it.My mom says its bad for you but oh well


let them babies breath love.
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melissa_20 wrote:
i wear sweats or shorts,(sometimes with underwear), and fuzzy slippers lol but I always have to wear a bra,even to bed sometimes Shocked .I can't help it.My mom says its bad for you but oh well


i wear a bra to bed to girl...Thought I was the only one..!!
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replied January 10th, 2007
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I wear pj's everywhere just not at home . I guess just cause I cant fit my regular clothes yet. And I always wear a bra to bed. I cant have them flopping around in the bed while I am trying to sleep
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replied January 10th, 2007
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Ugh, I can't wear a bra when I sleep. The girls don't like being contained at night.
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I can't sleep in anything let alone a bra. I have to be free!! To chill at home I always wear fleece pants, jammie pants or sweat pants and either a short sleeve or long sleeve tee. In the summer I wear girl beaters and girl boxers. Every once in a while I wear a cute set. I buy them and never wear them. Meh. I have the same chill outfit that laura was wearing in the pics where she was feeding aly cereal.
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replied January 10th, 2007
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Oh lord, I looked like such crap in that picture too Laughing
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ayamiyaki wrote:
ugh, I can't wear a bra when I sleep. The girls don't like being contained at night.


im with you....But when I first started breast feeding I had to wear one becaue we weren't to sure what we were doing and they would decided that they needed to release a flood and I would wake totally soaked.....Lol but then we got the hand of it and now no bra needed.
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sunflower_pie81 wrote:
ayamiyaki wrote:
ugh, I can't wear a bra when I sleep. The girls don't like being contained at night.


im with you....But when I first started breast feeding I had to wear one becaue we weren't to sure what we were doing and they would decided that they needed to release a flood and I would wake totally soaked.....Lol but then we got the hand of it and now no bra needed.


yup! Laughing

i always get a clogged duct when I wear underwire bras, so .I've switched to sports bras for the time being.
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sunflower_pie81 wrote:
but when I first started breast feeding I had to wear one becaue we weren't to sure what we were doing and they would decided that they needed to release a flood and I would wake totally soaked.


i remember very well waking up in a milky puddle...Nice Laughing
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purestgreen wrote:
sunflower_pie81 wrote:
but when I first started breast feeding I had to wear one becaue we weren't to sure what we were doing and they would decided that they needed to release a flood and I would wake totally soaked.


i remember very well waking up in a milky puddle...Nice Laughing


not so nice but for me it was a nice little flood....Everythign was soaking wet and god forbid that she started crying.....Well we just won't go into that.
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