I just had to go and buy a size bigger in regular underwear yesterday-- couldn't keep mine from riding up either. I'm 21weeks and the butt is getting bigger already! It did this with DD1 too, and got smaller again after she was born... I don't know about maternity underwear, but regular underwear a size bigger does the trick for me. Hope this helps!
I love, love GAP boy shorts. They just had a huge sale and all their undies we're a $1.99. I was able to get a few extra pairs...and I got my black granny pannies for after delivery. I'm not a huge fan of the mesh undies the hospital supplies.
I know right! What a crazy busy weekend then dh had monday and tuesday off so I don't normally come online when he's home. so now just relaxing on my left side cause holy cow my belly hurts, I must be going thru a stretching growth phase!
Aww I can understand..I wouldnt get on either if my husband was off.. ; )..Man I wish I could be relaxing but I am at work...my left side is killing me..and idky(Ugh)...Oh my! You must be..I hope the pain subsides soon...
I have a bunch of Victoria Secret cotton boyshorts that I bought a size up from what I usually wear. Pretty much the boy short cut in all of the underwear I buy seems to prevent the riding. I think it's the low legs but I could be wrong. lol
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