I am now 39 weeks and 1 day pregnant, so the final preparations for my little boy are now wrapping up. One of the things I knew I wanted before he came was a new nursing nightgown for my stay at the hospital and then of course to use at home. While looking for one I came across the Baby Be Mine Maternity website. I thought maybe I would find some nightgowns with matching pillow cases, which they do have, but I didn’t think I would find their cute mommy and baby sets which is what I ended up getting.
The one I got is called the Nicole maternity/nursing nightgown & matching baby romper set. I love that the baby outfit to the set is a romper. Rompers were one of my favorite outfits when my daughter was a newborn because they were so easy to pull up when diapers needed to be changed and they just look so comfortable for the baby. I also love that it comes with a hat for the baby especially because he will be born in December and even though I am in Georgia it still gets cold enough to have to wear hats especially if you are a newborn.
Both of the outfits are made from 100% soft cotton and it is very soft and very comfortable. They are both machine washable, hand washed baby clothes I think are a nightmare so I’m glad I can just toss this in the washer and dryer when it gets dirty.
Something great about the nightgown is that it has plenty of room to fit an enormous pregnant belly so it can be worn comfortably during pregnancy and then worn after pregnancy also.
I also like how easy it will be to use this nightgown while I breasfeed my baby. At first I thought the top was pulled down for breastfeeding, which is possible just not as comfortable, but then I learned that there are two slits inside the folds of the nightgown, so the folds are not just stylish they are also there to hide the slits so you can wear it without having to worry about anything showing.
Baby Be Mine Maternity is one of my new favorite maternity stores and it makes me kind of sad that I found them so late in my pregnancy but they also have so many great products for after the baby is born, like this nightgown and romper set, and so much more so I still have time to go Baby Be Mine crazy!
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