(Closed) Falling for you Baby! Fall Babies part 6

posted 8 years ago in Pregnancy
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  • Post # 227
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: June 2011

    What link should I follow for these bras and discount codes?

    Can I wear the bra under work tops or is it more for casual/around the house comfiness? I totally gave up and have been in sports bras under dress shirts for work this week, with you ladies raving about these ones, I might venture to see what shipping here might be πŸ™‚

    Post # 228
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: August 2010

    @Beebug- Here is the link: http://shopcoobie.com/shop?c=bras

    Yesterday I wore one to work under a dress top and then changed and put on a tanktop after work. They don’t sit as high in the front as sports bras so you don’t see them in that way. I almost fell asleep with it on I didn’t even realize I still had it on. Well today I put on a regular bras and I can’t wait to take it off, so I figured investing in more Coobie bras is a good idea. I have a white and a coral and just bought a blcack and nude. I am now a 36DD and bought the full size.

    Post # 229
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: June 2011

    $6.15 for shipping apparently! Is it the Coobie Bra scoopneck?

    Post # 230
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: August 2010

    @Beebug- Yes it’s scoop neck.

    Post # 231
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: June 2011

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    @Beebug:  I wear the Coobies as my only bra now lol. I wear them with dresses, shirts, anything! They definitely fit more like a sports bra but they don’t give you a uniboob!

    Post # 232
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: August 2010

    Okay I gave in and bought the bras too!  They are just so stupid expensive in stores to find one that fits well.  So here is hoping!

    Went to my (non OB) doctor on Tuesday and they usually take weight and measurements  to see how you are doing weight/health wise.  Well my weight was fine but the girl was new and hadn’t looked at my chart, so she is all like, okay can I take some measurements?  And I said, sure but I’m 5 + months pregnant they might not be accurate.  She turned so red lol!  She is like really? I would never have guessed! I got the measurements done anyway just to see the difference, it was pretty funny!  Waist was 4 inches bigger, boobs were 5 inches bigger, and hips were 1 inch smaller (guess I lost a little weight there, yay!).   Curious if anyone else is carrying very small and doesn’t really “look” pregnant yet (or if you were, when did you “pop”).  I’m feeling a little jealous of those beautiful bumps!

    As for the question “are you over it yet”  I don’t think I am.  Of course I want to meet my little buy, but this has been such a good pregnancy (at least compared to what I have heard) that I guess I am not ready to give it up yet.  I still have my moments of like.. omg there is a living being in there!!

    Post # 234
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: April 2010

    Thanks for the support, ladies. I found another physical therapist that deals with women’s health and takes Aetna (OB recommended them on the phone this morning) and I got an appt. next Thursday morning. That was the soonest they could get me in. Last night was just horrible. Lots of pain, pain pills, was up from 2-4am in pain and couldn’t take anything since I’d already taken meds around 10pm. It was just absolutely awful. I remember saying to my husband to cut off my leg and just knock me out. It was just soo bad. πŸ™ Luckily, I’m hanging in there at work and pain is mild right now since I can’t take pain pills while at work. This is just so rough. πŸ™ I hate pain!

     

    I am excited about the weekend, though! Yay! And that our horrible heat wave ends today. Hope all of you have a great weekend!

    I forgot to say my Coobie bras arrived. Haven’t gotten a chance to try them on, yet. Hope they fit as well as all of you say they do. They sound wonderful! Can’t wait. πŸ™‚

    Post # 236
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: June 2011

    Is anyone signed up on babysteals.com

    I want to buy everything…. :p

    Post # 237
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    @Jenn23: I’m so sorry you’re in so much pain! Thursday is such a long way away when you are in pain. Just keep trying to stretch as much as you can. Are there any exercises that they might be able to describe to you over the phone in the meantime to help at all?

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    @Audreysdance:  Yay for strollers! I so want to put our BOB together and stroll down the block too, but I haven’t gotten there yet!

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    @Beebug:  I’ve never heard of it! I’m going to check it out now!

    Post # 238
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: August 2010

    @Beebug- I will have to check out that site. The two sites that I am finding dangerous are Tostsy.com and Zulily.com It’s so hard to wait until after her shower, but I know I should.

    Post # 239
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    Bee Keeper
    • Wedding: April 2010

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    @2PeasinaPod:  Stretching doesn’t help that I know of..at least it never has before.  πŸ™ Since my pain is caused by my uterus (nerve that connects to my outer right thigh), no amount of stretching, lying down, sitting, standing, etc. seems to help. That’s why I don’t think this physical therapy will work. My other OB had said she didn’t think it would help when I went to see her at 17 weeks in agony, because it is a referred pain. That’s why heat and ice don’t work at all, either. But this other OB last week I saw seems to think it could help, so I’m giving it a try! I was reading again today about Adenomyosis (what I have) and the only cures are pain pills and a hysterectomy. Lovely. Luckily, today hasn’t been bad at work. Had it pretty mild and it was tolerable and it went away a few hours ago. πŸ™‚

    Babysteals is awesome! I have been good and restrained myself thus far, but I bet I’ll be buying stuff on there very, very soon. πŸ™‚

     

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    @roxy821:  I’ll check out the two sites you mentioned. Never heard of them. This could get expensive, if we all keep sharing all these great sites. lol  πŸ™‚

    Post # 240
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    @Jenn23:  Well screw Adenomyosis! I’m sorry there isn’t much you can do…but hopefully, this physical therapist will prove you wrong! 

    Off to the Phillies in a bit! Hope you ladies have a fantastic weekend!

    Post # 241
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    Helper bee
    • Wedding: October 2010

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    @carriejuly:  Sending positive thoughts your way!

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    @Jenn23:  So sorry you’re in so much pain. I hope you get some relief soon.

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    @Beebug:  Going to have to check that one out.

     

    What are you all doing about bassinets? Are you getting one? I was just reading up on bassinet safety and they say the crib is the safest place for your baby to sleep. See this article: http://consumerreports.org/cro/bassinets/buying-guide.htm But JMPA certified bassinets are ok. I can’t decide if we should just put the crib in our room or get a bassinet. My other idea was getting a mini portable crib for our bedroom. What’s wrong with the baby sleeping in the nursery in their crib from the get go? The nursery is right next to our bedroom. Just wondering what you all are doing. I’m so confused on the matter and can’t decide what we should do…

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