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Waterproof Maternity Trousers

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glastochick Wed 14-Oct-09 09:31:20

Do such things exist?

Or should I just buy some extra large mens trousers?

I'm really concerned with getting wet on the way to the station. I suppose I could start to carry a spare pair of trousers with me in case there's a downpour, but I'd rather just slip a pair of waterproof trousers and a jacket on if it's raining when I leave the house, rather than spend the 30 minute walk getting cold and wet.

BratleyEatsBrainsForBreakfast Wed 14-Oct-09 09:46:03

grin

It took me a couple of seconds to realise which kind of 'getting wet' you meant!

Pregnant womens bladders are so unpredictable!

grin

Have had a quick search on google but I can't find anything.

Might just have to try some bigger sizes in normal waterproofs.

MrsBadger Wed 14-Oct-09 09:50:53

I wore my non-pg ones as under-bump trousers with a long jacket

NB I always found commuting in the rain much easier in a skirt as tights dry so much faster - much easier to carry (or leave at the office) ballet flats and dry tights than extra trous or overtrous.

glastochick Wed 14-Oct-09 10:17:02

Lol Bratley grin

Wearing them under bump might just have to be the solution. Not sure yet how big bump is going to get, but DH's waterproof jacket is enourmous so I'm sure I can wear that (won't matter if he gets wet! grin) to keep the bump dry.

BratleyEatsBrainsForBreakfast Wed 14-Oct-09 15:15:56

While I was looking for trousers I saw this, what a good idea, does the job!

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