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Preparing For Your Post-Birth Body

Expecting moms should prepare for baby and pack a comfy robe in their hospital bag. Figure8 Maternity calls Belabumbum Starlit PJs a postpartum delivery room must-have Figure8 Maternity calls Belabumbum Starlit PJs a postpartum delivery room must-have
One thing many moms forget when packing their hospital bags is how much their bodies change in the days directly after delivery. While preparing for her upcoming birth, Janet Lin Andersen who writes the blog Coconut and Rain explained:
I knew I wanted a pair of nursing pajamas that were modest enough that I could wear them all day in the hospital room while still allowing for frequent nursing sessions.
One way to prep, according to the experts at our retail partner Figure8 Maternity, is to pack comfy and versatile nursing pajamas like our Starlit 3-pc. Maternity & Nursing Cami PJ & Robe Set. Figure8 Maternity calls Belabumbum Starlit PJs a postpartum delivery room must-have 'The cami and pants are so incredibly comfortable, I knew they'd be perfect for lounging around in without feeling 'exposed' each time a nurse or visitor popped in. It doesn't hurt that the set is insanely cute, on top of being functional! Just at the lace bust-line, the fabric pulls up to allow for easy nursing access, without having to be completely exposed. I love the feature and know it will come in handy.' alt='Figure8 Maternity calls Belabumbum Starlit PJs a postpartum delivery room must-have' width='299' height='440' /> 'I also love that this 3-piece set includes a robe. I LIVE in robes, especially during the marathon-nursing phase that comes with having a newborn, and appreciate that it provides another layer of modesty allowing me to wear this set when family comes to visit and I just don’t feel like getting dressed!'
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