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Thursday, October 11, 2012

Today is:

A no bra kinda day.
And of course no make up.
And I'll be wearing my dh's super comfy, oversized sweat pants.
And a pony tail.
Oh, and house slippers.
Did I mention no bra?

Why all this glitz and glam for this girl?!
I've been pretty busy lately running around and I've noticed that my back and feet get tired like they've never been tired before.

So that's why today is a stay in and relax kinda day!

Besides, doing laundry does not take being all dolled up.

Or a bra.
A bra isn't necessary for doing laundry either.

Aww...the good life! ;)


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14 comments:

Sew said...

Wait? You can go braless with those jugs? LMAO!

Faith makes things possible said...

Lol!!!! Hey now...the girls get tired of being cooped up!!! :) They're on a mini vacation! Man, to be one on those women who could go braless and no one knows! ;)

Sew said...

Mine aren't even jugs and I can't let them free willy! LMAO!!

Faith makes things possible said...

In the comfort of my own home...and when not one single bra fits properly, my girls experience way more "free williness" than normal!! I hear when my milk comes on I'll need to wear a bra often so the girls don't start heading south...taking advantage of the no milk now! ;) Free willy!!!! Lol!!!!! You's a crazy woman Sew! ;)

Emily G. said...

Going braless is good anytime, but when pregnant, it feels like being let out of a cage. There are so many other aches and pains, it's so nice to be temporarily rid of that one. Enjoy your day. :)

Ania said...

Um, can't believe I'm publicly admitting this but I rarely wear a bra at home. Haha, enjoy it!

imusthaveprayedforpatience said...

Amen, sister!

Sew said...

hilarious! They would sag pass my flab! I can't have double sag flab! LOL I'm too vain. LOL

Sarah said...

haha... best purchase i made was a super comfy bra with no underwire when I was pregnant... then I could even leave the house feeling comfy!!

JellyBelly said...

I often wear a sports or yoga bra (yes, even to work!). Even though my girls aren't that big, I love the freedom!

Lisa said...

This is the time to start wearing a nursing tank-- SO comfy and supportive enough for the house/night AND they are made for breast size fluctuations! I love the ones from Target.

http://www.target.com/p/gilligan-omalley-womens-side-sling-nursing-cami-assorted-colors/-/A-12250755#prodSlot=dlp_medium_1_7&term=nursing%20tanks

They have super-cute styles now, too. I just have basic ones because that's all they had when the first 2 kids were born, and I haven't bought any new ones.

Faith makes things possible said...

Thank you Lisa-looking into this soon!!!

Faith makes things possible said...

JB:loving the freedom...heck yes! ;)

Sew said...

I live in nursing tanks while nursing..>only problem is your nips hang out. We can not win! So then you double up on a bra without underwire (nursing sports bra type thing) and it's like you are going through all these layers to nurse the kid. I wear them cause they cover my belly, but to be comfy it your nips show. :)

The nursing tanks need to have some soft padding....