Bikini?

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  1. golcarlilly

    golcarlilly Proud mum of 2

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    Ok, I have a question girls:

    DH and I are going to a really nice hotel in Grange-over-sands next weekend (just for one night) and it has an indoor swimming pool, now I never go swimming except for on holiday (cos I hate grotty public baths :sick:) so all I own are bikinis, I really don't want to bother buying a maternity cossie cos it would just be a waste of money I don't have but I really would like to take advantage of the facilities at the hotel - would it be acceptable in my condition to wear a bikini do you think? (I don't wanna put anyone off their breakfast with my big pregnant belly :rofl:)

    TIA xxxx
     
  2. lindypops

    lindypops Lin, Si and Eve

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    Totally! Go for it.

    You'll be in the water most of the time anyway - and other people will know not to get too close in case they kick you!

    ...or if you're not sure, can you get a tankini top part to go with it? That's what I've been wearing.
     
  3. golcarlilly

    golcarlilly Proud mum of 2

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    That is an idea, I think they do them at BHS actually, I will have a look on their website thanks Lindy!
     
  4. lindypops

    lindypops Lin, Si and Eve

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    You can usually get separates and cheaply (Tesco, Asda...).
     
  5. babytots

    babytots Well-Known Member

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    i dont see why it would be a problem i think pg ladies in bikinis look fab and you get an excuse to show off your bump.

    when i was pg with my youngest we went on holiday to the south of france and i bought a tankini as i am too self conscious to wear a bikini. it was just a normal one but i got 2 sizes bigger to fit around my boobs and expanding bump lol. x
     
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    bjl1981 Well-Known Member

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    Oooh lovely! I agree that you'll be in the water most of the time anyway, but maybe a tankini would be best.
     
  7. sunshine_nic

    sunshine_nic Well-Known Member

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    Go with the bikini I say! Bumps are beautiful!

    I'm off to China in early June so have just bought a nice stripey bikini from mamas and papas... they have it in a tankini version too x
     
  8. firegal

    firegal Well-Known Member

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    Go with a bikini or a tankini, whichever you feel most comfortable in, but don't be afraid to flaunt your bump! :)
     
  9. PrincessSoph

    PrincessSoph Well-Known Member

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    go in a bikini hun! i went in a bikini on my weekend in Butlins! i dont care if pople get offended give them a slap!
     
  10. HeidiLSparks

    HeidiLSparks Mom of 2 & 1 on the way!

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    I saw go for it, pregnant bumps in bikinis are soooo cute
     
  11. Jai_Jai

    Jai_Jai Mummy to my Jellies

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    go for it in ur bikini :D gorgeous bump to show off and it won't be there for eve give it the exosure it deserves its natural so why cover up?
     
  12. Cazza89

    Cazza89 Mummy of 1,expecting no.2

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    I'm going to a hotel in London maybe and Centre Parcs. I got myself a new bikini on Sat from La Senza! Go with whatever you feel comfy in.X
     

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