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Maternity Nightwear

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MrsStevo Fri 24-Jun-11 14:50:26

Hi all,

Brain-picking required! I 31+3 and will be having a CS as I'm having twins and there have been several complications on route. All being well they'll arrive around 36 weeks.

Anyway, I am trying to find a decent maternity nightie to take to hospital with me. It needs to be knee length and dark in colour and be a nursing nightie as well - i.e. one that unclips / pulls sideways so I can BF (bear in mind I have to feed 2 at once!!). Anyone got any recommendations?? I will happily opt for cheapy ones that are just button-down the front, but can't seem to find any anywhere locally (Lincoln).


apples82 Fri 24-Jun-11 14:57:18

If you go onto jojo maman bebe right now, they have a sale on, and I remember seeing a berry coloured button-chested nightie on there, that may be what you're looking for.

Serenenfys Fri 24-Jun-11 18:55:08

I got a button up the front nightie the other week in Primark for around £3-4. The buttons go quite low so may be suitable for what you're looking for. I have bought one in a much bigger size than I am to give me more space when I need to unbutton it. They also had some pyjamas with button up front vests.

airhostess Fri 24-Jun-11 19:02:00

I got one on line the other day as was having the same problem. Could not find any in the dark colour I wanted. I then found the following after weeks of searching:


owlbooty Fri 24-Jun-11 19:27:08

marks and sparks online - I found a black one with buttons down part the front and a dark blue spotty one also with buttons all the way down. They're not maternity but they're quite stretchy smile

MrsStevo Fri 24-Jun-11 19:57:52

Thank you ladies, you are all lovely and helpful people. I have gone with the jojo maman bebe ones - two different ones that were both in the sale and cost £16 altogether with no p&p charge... winner!

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