Hospital gowns are for patients. Pretty Pushers labor and delivery gowns are for women giving birth. Own Your Labor!
We’re proud to mention that another review is in! Here’s what they had to say:
“A trip to the hospital usually means two things: your wallet will be lighter and you get to wear that hospital gown. Most have been there: broken snaps or buttons, a wide open back that leaves nothing to the imagination, strings that go nowhere and the less-than-flattering fit. It’s even less comfortable for moms who are about to give birth.
Childbirth is not for the faint of heart; labor and delivery are tough even for healthy women. Wearing the traditional hospital gown means a mom-to-be has to keep tugging or holding parts of it for comfort and modesty. It gets worse if mom needs pain medication or has to get hooked up to the fetal heart monitor. The already-uncomfortable heroine becomes a kind of 3D puzzle for docs who need to run wires or tubing around or through the gown. And, adding more drama to the story, some parents choose to document the birth, meaning that some of those very precious first videos and photos are captured… in a very unattractive, well-used piece of clothing…” Click here to read the whole review.
And ladies, don’t forget to send us your birth stories! We’d love to share your experience with other Pretty Pushing Mamas.