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Do you know JUST HOW DIFFICULT it is to buy a maternity ensemble suitable for cleaning out a chicken house?
For today, that is all.
There's obviously a gap in the market there. Isn't there something suitable in the new Kate Moss collection at TopShop?
er, bib & braces, for erm, a fat um, man? might work *don't hit me*kaz xx
I lent my (much smaller) SIL some of my clothes that I'd got too fat for maternity wear. You could try charity shops and get a size or two bigger than usual. I'm probably taking you seriously when I shouldn't but never mind. Hope all is going well, and big hugs for the ear stuff. I get labyrinthitis (inner ear thing) and I can barely sit in a chair without feeling sick. Incidentally, I'm blogging incognito, but if you visit my blog you'll know who it is.
Aww.. Cute.. A bump. I forget pregnant people get bumps, I don't really know any at the moment. None of my friends have had kids..lol Glad your bee sting didn't hurt too badly! I love reading about your bees.. Keep us posted.
What's wrong with dungarees?
You know Ally, I do like your writing style with your Big Plans and whatnot. I've just had a quick catch-up and wanted to say that! :-)PS. I suppose I was lucky in my pregnancies in that my regular trousers did for me - just left undone and tied with string and a big jumper over the top. OK, not flattering I grant you but was cheap!
Lisa - dungarees are actually what I am going for, but it is paining me big-time to actually have to pay proper money for something that's essentially overalls.Doris - oh I so wish - I have been doing the whole elastic-on-the-buttonhole thing for about six weeks and it's just become impractical :).