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Re: [IP] little dress question



> Hi all,
>   Ok, I know this question has been raised in the past and I think
>   that 
> perhaps it is being raised again, but I only get the digest version
> of the list and I don't read everything all the time due to time
> constraints, so please forgive me!!!  But I need some help here!!!
>   I am standing up in a wedding in September.  My dress is very
>   nice, if I 
> could figure out what to do with the pump.  A couple of explanations
> first--I'm 21 years old, five foot two inches tall, weight about
> 108, and I happen to have a pretty flat chest.  And my dress is
> tight, backless, and baby spaghetti straps in the front which is low
> cut.  It is a simple dress, silver, with no stuff around the chest
> area other than some simple outlining beading.  Any ideas on where
> to conceal the pump? 

Bike shorts -- see the picture at:

http://www.insulin-pumpers.org/faqs.shtml
"Lady's hide your pump"

Michael


> I know some people might like to tell me to
> just wear it out in the open (and I do usually wear it right on my
> waistband), but for this event, I would just like to look nice and
> not have a bulge distorting my dress.  Any ideas would be extremely
> helpful from women who have experience in this area!!!  I've been
> pumping about a year now, but since I am naturally also a tomboy of
> sorts, I haven't had to do the "little black (or in this case
> silver!) dress number yet!  If you have the time to email me
> privately since I don't get all the listings, that would be great. 
> My email is email @ redacted  Thanks in advance for your
> help.  Tricia
> 
> 
> 
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