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Nice breastfeeding friendly pyjamas

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Hercwasonaroll Mon 30-Mar-20 06:43:26

Seraphine are lovely

Girlintheframe Mon 30-Mar-20 06:39:37

Cath Kidson do some nice pjs

teafourtoo Sun 29-Mar-20 22:11:24

I also have the seraphine bamboo PJs they are sooo comfortable and I still wear them now. I got two pairs.

KatharinaRosalie Sun 29-Mar-20 20:45:56

I loved my Bravissimo PJs with the inner soft bra - comfortable and you can also put breast pads in them.

Tellmeagain Sun 29-Mar-20 00:49:29

I got these bamboo pyjamas from Seraphine when I was pregnant and they are the softest, most comfortable pyjamas I've ever had. I still wear the top years after having my first baby.

PrincessSarene Sat 28-Mar-20 12:03:09

I got myself a couple of pairs off Amazon. They’re the peephole layer type rather than with buttons, but it’s far less faff for night feeds. They’re very comfy.

Zexxxy Comfort Nursing Loungewear...

Twaddledee Sat 28-Mar-20 11:59:40

Happy mama ?

ByGrabtharsHammerWhatASavings Sat 28-Mar-20 11:58:36

I absolutely love frugi and jojo for baby clothes, but wasn't blown away by their adult pj range tbh. Joules and boden had some really nice stuff but not in the right size. John Lewis was sold out of everything in my price range. Next online has closed. In "the before time" I would have wandered around getting nice mix and match bits from independent shops, but sadly it is not to be.

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Merename Sat 28-Mar-20 11:28:14

I love Frugi but they are not cheap, for mum and baby. They had a 20% sale recently tho so could still be on. Jojo maman Bebe too have nice things.

ByGrabtharsHammerWhatASavings Sat 28-Mar-20 11:26:14

I have a friend who is due next month and wanted to give her some nice pj's as a gift. She got me some when I had my first baby and it was one of the nicest gifts I got. But I feel like I've looked everywhere and they're all either really boring and frumpy, or silky sexy shorts. I want something comfy, with buttons so that she can breastfeed in it, in a nice design with suitable colours for a woman who just gave birth (ie not white!). Seems like an impossible criteria! Ideally these non existant pj's would come from a shop that also sells baby stuff so I can send a gift for the baby as part of the same delivery. Any suggestions welcome, and if you know any small businesses selling the above I'd rather support them over a big brand. Thanks smile

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