Majamas Lacey Crop MJ - Black Another soft, comfy pajama by Majamas. This little pj has a cropped leg and is trimmed with stretchy lace detail. The top is long enough to cover a pregnant belly but you’ll wear them long after your baby’s first birthday. Machine wash, cold gentle with mild detergent. Tumble dry low. Sizes Small Medium Large X-LargeCup A-C B-D C-E D-FUnder Bra 29-32 32-36 36-40 40-44Dress Size 4-6 8-10 12-14 16-18
Zutano Candy Stripe Gown - Lime Our Itzy Bitzy gown is the ultimate garment for flexibility and comfort. The newborn receiving gown slips on easily with an elastic opening at the bottom to snuggle around tiny feet. Additionally there is an overlapping collar and fold-over cuffs. Imported.
Gown (Baby)-White Beautiful pointelle detailing with hand-embroidered floral centers make this gown a must for any special occasion or anytime. Elastic bottom makes for easy diaper changes. 100% Cotton and Machine Washable.
Majamas The Add-A Gown - Labyrinth Nursing/Materntiy Nightgown with pull - aside nursing accessInner pockets keep breastpads in place or hold a mastectomy breastform.Pair with The Lace Sleep Set or Vestaglia RobeGown length from shoulder to hemline: 37" on size MMachine wash cold with like colors on gentle. Lay Flat To Dry
Majamas The Lucy Gown - Haze Full Coverage Discreet Nursing PanelElastic V-necklines for Easy Pull-Aside NursingComfortable enough to sleep in, but versatile enough to wear out and aboutComfortable underbust elastic for a flexible fit through pregnancy and long afterMachine wash cold with like colors on gentle. Tumble Dry Low
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