robe: c/o pink blush
When I went to the hospital when Addilyn was born I knew it was probably unrealistic to think I'd be wearing a cute outfit during or after delivery. And I was right. I know people do it, but I don't understand how. My labor with Addilyn lasted forever and by the time she was born I was a sweaty, exhausted, somewhat traumatized mess. I managed to put my hair in a headband and that was about that. The recovery was so unpleasant and messy, I had no desire to put on anything other than the hospital gown.
I do hope that the process is a quite a bit easier this time, but no hope for looking much more pulled together. One thing I did want this time around was a robe. A soft one, that was short enough it would be easy and comfortable to wear sitting in the hospital bed. With Addilyn the second day we found out she had pretty severe jaundice and had to be under the lights all but a little here and there so I could try nursing her. She then was moved to the NICU for two nights, so we didn't end up having more than a few visitors the first day. Again, I'm hoping this time is different and I'd love our friends and family to be able to visit. I think being able to wear a robe over a nursing tank top would be nice and am so glad I got this one!
It's so comfy and far from hot, which I know I will need! I'm sure I will spend days in it at home as you are nursing nonstop at the beginning. Nursing tank top, leggings and this robe are my plan for a very long time! Pinkblush has a ton of cute robes, it was hard to choose one.
I've written about it before, but I am a huge fan of Pinkblush. Both their maternity line and non-maternity line. I have made many purchases from this this pregnancy, and actually just got two non-maternity things in the mail last week that I can't wait to wear. They always have great sales, and always free shipping! I'm giving away a $25 giftcard to shop, over on instagram, so make sure to enter!