. . . for Lauren and Lauren: Easy Access

August 26, 2013

Easy Access

 
romper: old navy   shoes: target  

I didn't anticipate the challenge of getting dressed after pregnancy in regards to finding outfits that are easy to nurse in.  I was looking forward to wearing a lot of my summer dresses but unless I want to sit and nurse in pretty much my underwear, they don't work so well.  

I think I will be wearing a lot more shorts, skirts and pants than before.  Thankfully this romper is perfect with the buttons down the front.  I may be needed more shirts with easy access like this one. :) 


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36 comments:

diary of this girl - megan said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

i love rompers! any excuse to wear them is okay in my book :) this denim one is adorable! you should get this one from forever21! i recently purchased it, too. it buttons down the front and isn't nearly as short as it looks (i promise!).

http://www.forever21.com/Product/Product.aspx?Br=F21&Category=Jumpsuit_Romper&ProductID=2039386091&VariantID=

happy monday pretty lady!

Bethany Reine' said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

hey! i found those sandals in black at our goodwill here in bellingham and they were only $2.99!!! NEW! anyways, i thought of you when i bought them :)

Sybil@PeaceitallTogether said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I remember this dilemma so well. I didn't have that problem with my first. Since she was born in January, I didn't wear many dresses in the winter. But, my other two were born in the spring and I had a hard time finding appropriate nursing outfits. Too bad rompers like this weren't in style then. You look great!!

Faith said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Love that romper!

I'm the biggest fans of rompers. I just think they are so comfy!

Those sandals are my favorite. I'm so tempted to get another one that way if my current ones get too much wear I have backup. Yeah, obsessed much?

preethi said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I completely agree - I feel like figuring out nursing outfits is even harder than pregnancy outfits! Can't remember if you saw my post on nursing wardrobe essentials...if not, it might be helpful. :)

Rachel said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

i LOVE this outfit! And yes, I think it is a lot harder dressing for nursing than it was for pregnancy... I can't wait to wear dresses again :)

Samantha (at) Life Style Love said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Haha I love your post title! The romper is totally cute! Hope mommy life is great :)

Aub Noelle said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

You are such an adorable mama :) Love that you are wearing a romper, like a baby! LOL it's so cute on you though! You and Addi could match. Ugh, too much cute.

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Head to Toe Chic said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

That romper is too fun! I love it with your scarf!

xo,
Angela

two birds said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

That is always such a dilemma! I pretty much just lived in nursing tanks when my kids were first born. This romper is a much MUCH cuter option! You look so cute!

Allison said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Haha easy access. Love that. You look adorable! :)

Carly said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Oh man, so many things to think about!!!!

Carly
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Erin Campbell said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

This romper is adorable! I love how you styled it with the scarf! So cute as always! Sorry I've been away from your blog for so long...summer has been getting the best of me but I'm finally back and playing catch up :)

Jennifer @ Delightfully Noted said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

You're alot more ambitious then me. I just stay in my pjs all day!

Lindsay said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

SO fun and summery! LOVE that scarf!

Brittany said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I can totally relate!! 9 1/2 months later and it's still a challenge getting dressed everyday. I don't normally go for strapless pieces but they've been a lifesaver this summer! I LOVE that romper...and you look amazing, little momma! :)

Jessica said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

SO cute and love that scarf! So colorful! your SO adorable and fashionable! LOVE it!

Denise said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Cute outfit.

maria said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Exactly! I never anticipated that either.
I wish I had a romper like that when Micha was just an itty bitty baby and nursing all the time!
You're such a stylish mommy!

Rachel said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Yes, my Mom always said she didn't wear dresses for about 12 years because most of them you can't nurse in!

Lauren {Fizz and Frosting} said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

This romper is adorable! I probably would have never thought about wearing proper clothes for nursing had you not mentioned it! I will definitely have to keep that in mind for the future. Any excuse to shop! ;)

TheTinyHeart said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

That romper is too cute on you!

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Always Maylee said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Haha who knew nursing outfits would be as hard to find as pregnancy outfits. You look adorable in this romper, thank goodness for those buttons! :)

xo, Yi-chia
Always Maylee

Helene in Between said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I don't own a romper but I need to own one! they are so cute!

Laura @ The Everyday Joys said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Tell me about it! I didn't BF my first, so, doing it the 2nd go 'round was all new territory for me, and I quickly changed what I was able to wear...not only in public, but at home! Even a t-shirt isn't "easy access," really. I pretty much live in tank tops (with some give, of course) and shorts/yogas...haha. Oh, the mom life. :)

Brianne Bracco said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Love those sandals! I want to wear mine everyday! haha..and that romper..I WISH Old Navy still had it! Perfect for the Summer :)

Jessica said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I hear ya girl! I've realized now how handy my "criss cross in the bodice area" dresses are for nursing! I just wear a cami under them and pull one half aside. Lifesaver!

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preethi said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

@preethi

Someone asked that I go back and leave the link to the Nursing Wardrobe Essentials post, so here it is! http://laceetc.blogspot.com/2013/07/nursing-wardrobe-essentials.html

Susannah said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

You look so cute in the romper!!! :-) I'm sure dressing for breastfeeding is tough! It certainly limits what you can wear!

TwoFourFive said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

So cute! I need that romper like, yesterday.

Jessica @ Here(and)Now said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Well that romper is fab, so I say rock it lady!

xx
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Priscila@mommode said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Yes, button down shirts and separates are the way to go. But you found an adorable solution there!

Stesha said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

oh my gosh i never even thought of that!! ahhh, only strapless dresses but even then! I love this romper, those can take the place of sundresses this year!

xxS

Kenzie @ Life According to Kenz said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

This is such a cute look! I love how you added the neon/bright scarf for summer :)

Nicole @ Haute Runner said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Cute outfit! I had the exact same dilemma- I found dressing for nursing far more difficult than dressing for pregnancy. And dressing for pregnancy was hard enough!

As we got better at nursing, I found that wearing shirts/dresses that had stretchy necklines gave me a few more options since I could pull down instead of reaching up. There wasn't also not all the bulky fabric at my neck.

Amy Disbrow said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I love this romper! So cute!!