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What To Wear in the Birth Tub

Maryn Taylor

I hear this question a lot : "what do people wear in the birth pool?"  Here are some ideas that might be helpful and that you may already have in your maternity wardrobe.

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1.  Tankini top.  Bathing suits are made for getting wet, so this is likely to be a comfortable option and one that you may already have, especially if you've been pregnant in the summer.  Target has some cute and affordable options.

2.  Camisole top.  These are such a great layering piece and are relatively easy to find. Some great places for these are Target, Motherhood Maternity, and Old Navy.  Go for black or a dark color so that it's still fairly opaque when it gets wet.

3.  Sports-style bra.  I had one that zipped in the front that I wore when I was in labor with my middle son, so it was easy to take off when I got out of the pool and put on dry clothes.  I got another one (exactly like the one pictured below) at Motherhood Maternity, and I have seen similar ones at Target.  Wal-Mart always has the really inexpensive, soft stretchy ones that pull on over your head; those will work well for gentle support after baby's born, too.  

4.  Nothing.  You don't have to wear anything at all.  Do what feels best for you!

When I was preparing for my births, one of the things that I did was set out camisoles and sports bras along with my birth supplies.  My husband and doula were able to find what I'd planned to wear in the pool without having to look around for them, and later when I decided to get out of the pool for a while I had several sets of dry clothes ready to wear.

Five Reasons to Choose Us for Your Pool Rental

Maryn Taylor

1.  No time limits on your rental.  You get your pool as early as week 37 or week 38, then return it after your baby is born.  We understand that birth is unpredictable and we want to make sure you have the pool when you need it without worrying about extended rental fees.  

2.  We meet or exceed the requirements in the 2015 Waterbirth Guidelines set forth by the Association of Texas Midwives.  This means that you can feel confident that the pool and equipment you receive is sanitary and safe for use during your labor and birth.  

3.  Our cost is the lowest for an all-inclusive rental.  You can find a pool rental for less, but you'll need to find all of the associated parts and pieces to set up and use the pool.  The value of our rental kit exceeds $1000 because we include everything you need.

4.  Solid experience.  Since we opened in November of 2012, we've done more than 400 rentals and have extensive knowledge and understanding of the processes and details.  

5.  Guaranteed availability.  We have a large inventory of tub rental kits to ensure that there is always one available when you need it.