To still be wearing granny pants?

(104 Posts)
TheRogueBludger Tue 25-Feb-14 15:16:26

I wore humongous granny pants after my cs 4 months ago...and I'm still wearing them! They're just soo comfy! I'm in my twenties. AIBU?

TheRogueBludger Tue 25-Feb-14 15:17:20

p.s I don't mean I've been wearing them continuously for 4 months - they get washed

soupmaker Tue 25-Feb-14 15:17:22

No. I'm still in mine after 7 months. I love them.

Magix Tue 25-Feb-14 15:18:26

Ds is 15mo and I'm still wearing the amazing asda granny pants I bought for post birth . I'm hooked now I'll never go back. !! grin

Dawndonnaagain Tue 25-Feb-14 15:18:29

I loves my granny pants. Mind I'm 55!

TOADfan Tue 25-Feb-14 15:19:26

I dont even have children and am 24 and I wear them. Comfy all the way.

mrsjay Tue 25-Feb-14 15:19:40

my mum got me a set a few years ago for christmas I tutted god they are so comfy, I am in my 40s mind mum mustve known i had come to that age grin but if you are comfy you are comfy

IdRatherPlayHereWithAllTheMadM Tue 25-Feb-14 15:23:19

I am still in mine after 15 months!

Same here, Asda Grannies.

magix grin

McMardyBum Tue 25-Feb-14 15:24:44

Snap! DD is almost 11m and I have just received a lingerie order this morning as I was getting sick of nursing bras. The matching pants don't look very big or comfortable....... think they may spend a lot of time in the drawer!!

<stands up proudly>

My name is McMardyBum, I am 28, I wear granny pants and I like them!

<glares about daring anyone to laugh>

TheRogueBludger Tue 25-Feb-14 15:25:02

yay, my first thread and I'm not unreasonable!

I draw the line at Asda though...M&S all the way!

Slippydippysoap Tue 25-Feb-14 15:26:13

DD is 2 and I'm still in my gigantic pants. I love them.

Felix90 Tue 25-Feb-14 15:26:16

Yep, asda basic huge black pants. I'm 23 sad

StickyProblem Tue 25-Feb-14 15:27:22

I was in a thong every day till I had DD. 9 years on and the granny pants I moved into after giving birth are still on! (have washed them a few times since obvs).
Mind you I am 46 and have a big fat pile-ridden arse. #NoBigPantsShame

I introduced my 21year old DD to the world of the granny pant, (she has not had children), she's never looked back and has converted a few of her girlfriends to them.

With age comes wisdom grin

Mrswellyboot Tue 25-Feb-14 15:37:39

YANBU

I had a csection five months ago. Now the emergency pants have been dumped so I bought my usual size in a more granny like version grin
Ahhhh, the comfort. Some even have lace so I am not too bad??

Xenadog Tue 25-Feb-14 15:50:17

I'm 11 weeks pp after a csec and I have worn nothing except my black Asda granny pants. I luuuurve them! When I have lost my baby weight (and the 3 stone I had to lose before getting pregnant) I will have nice, new, shiny, sexy pants but until then..... grin

rainbowfeet Tue 25-Feb-14 16:03:03

I love big pants, hate the feeling of the post c-section roll & side fat bits hanging out of knickers ... Like the wobbly bits under some sort of control grin

schilke Tue 25-Feb-14 16:06:44

YANBU

I mean why would someone wear a thong? confused

Stinklebell Tue 25-Feb-14 16:08:54

YANBU

I love my granny pants. Thongs are the work of the devil!

JennyOnAPlate Tue 25-Feb-14 16:11:52

Yanbu.

I've been in mine since dd1 was born 6 years ago! Every christmas and birthday my ever hopeful dh buys me some thongs etc. They never get worn.

Sallyingforth Tue 25-Feb-14 16:58:03

I hate thongs too. Soft smooth cotton knickers for me (but often none in summer)

Chattymummyhere Tue 25-Feb-14 17:09:01

I say yanbu as it's personal preference but got I could not I only wear granny pants when I'm on or just given birth

No yanbu! I have a few pairs of these. Lovely, man-made comfiness.
they hold in my fat apron

StarGazeyPond Tue 25-Feb-14 17:24:02

Sloggis all the way for me!

EssexGurl Tue 25-Feb-14 18:30:41

I even had maternity things! But 2 kids later comfy pants are definitely the way to go!

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