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AIBU to offer a wonderful idea to mums-to-be

96 replies

Bunnyfuller · 14/12/2019 21:48

Come on, get out of the scraggy, grey sweat-stained t-shirt and grab yourself some new mummy glamour.

All the better to hold the post-natal bleeding

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Am I being unreasonable?

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Howlovely · 14/12/2019 21:55

So classy and elegant. I'm regretting that these weren't yet a thing when I had my baby.

HoHoHoik · 14/12/2019 21:57

Are these available for dogs?

Asking for a friend.

elQuintoConyo · 14/12/2019 21:57

Fuck. My. Eyes.

JoGose · 14/12/2019 21:58

Good lord

Dontsweatthelittlestuff · 14/12/2019 22:02


CloudyVanilla · 14/12/2019 22:02

Well I for one am forgoing having my dp with me when I give birth in a few weeks in order to have my hair stylist and makeup artist in the room for the post birth photo shoot. What's the point in growing a baby in me for 9 months if it doesn't result in insta-glamourous photo opps?? xoxoxoxo

PeonyTruffle · 14/12/2019 22:04

Oh sweet jesus, they are truly awful

Bunnyfuller · 14/12/2019 22:05

I hope there’s matching underwear. And the bra will obvs cradle the congested leaky boobs.

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Deadjinglebellringer · 14/12/2019 22:05

More money than sense taste as my old mum would say.

Bunnyfuller · 14/12/2019 22:07

There’s a link to Mommy and baby matchie matchie sets.

Even the phrase makes me want to punch someone in the throat.

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UndertheCedartree · 14/12/2019 22:07

One of thems having an afternoon tea!! What happened to toast and jam?! Grin

Chesntoots · 14/12/2019 22:08

Holy Mother of God! What the fuck possesses people???

I'm all for a lovingly crocheted/ knitted baby blanket from great aunt Ethel, but those just scream "Look at me! I have a new accessory (baby)!"

spurlingpipe · 14/12/2019 22:08

I'm just very confused by all of it but especially how you'd get a newborn in and out of the bundler in the purple picture Confused

Wurfit · 14/12/2019 22:08

I quite like these Xmas Grin
Maybe not all of it, but the duvet set thing is cute.
I accept that I'm possibly beyond help.

IWorkAtTheCheesecakeFactory · 14/12/2019 22:08

People with too much money are always needing new ways to spend it. It’s so generous of this company to create this new product to fill that void for these poor, desperate, rich folk. Heartwarming, really.

nousername95 · 14/12/2019 22:09

So. Many. Frills. Good lord!! Who's setting this up then? The mother or the midwife 😂

NuttyNutty · 14/12/2019 22:09

Looks terrible 😖

LeekMunchingSheepShagger · 14/12/2019 22:09

Fuck me

TSSDNCOP · 14/12/2019 22:09

It’s like a unicorn vomited. A lot.

PaulHollywoodsSexGut · 14/12/2019 22:11

Oh god no, good to see the Royal Borough represented there on one of the bedspreads, just missing a cameo of King Athelstan tho

ToTheRegimentIWishIWasThere · 14/12/2019 22:11

Wow, I mean, WOW. That is, really, something. I believe the kids call this sort of thing 'Extra'.

Lolimax · 14/12/2019 22:12

I might actually have to get pregnant!! Being 50 won't stop me!!

BonnieSeptember · 14/12/2019 22:12

This is the worst thing I've ever seen

Hoppinggreen · 14/12/2019 22:14

Purple one is my fave

GrumpyHoonMain · 14/12/2019 22:14

Tacky but modern hospital labour wards and MLUs do encourage you to bring your own sheets / pillows / home comforts

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