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Fall Maternity Sale

Packing your hospital bag for a birth this Fall?

Pretty Pushers is celebrating the season with a Labor Gown Sale on all Fall colors!

Think crisp brown and warm olive green - and just a few dollars away from a better birth!  Pack one of these in your hospital bag for more comfort and less exposure while allowing access for Fetal Monitors, IVs, the Epidural, and Skin to Skin after the baby is born.

Pretty Pushers Fall maternity sale


Every Birth Story is Special

This expecting mom was afraid that a labor induction would lead her away from the natural birth she wanted.  

Pretty Pusher and newborn

But in fact, despite the cervadil, pitocin, and epidural, she was able to stay calm and peacefully push out her baby boy in 30 minutes!  Her family and friends were nearby to welcome him to the world and all was fine in the end.  This reminds us to expect the unexpected, and that we can still embrace our own story, even if it happened differently from the first draft. 

Pretty Pushers birth photography

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How many products are really Made in America?

A lot of us say that we 'like to buy American-Made products when possible'

- but the truth is that they are few and far between and never all in one place. On the rare occasion that we turn over a label and find 'Made in the USA' it's like "WOW I can't believe it!". Pretty Pushers has just jumped on board with Made In America Co. - a community and marketplace of brands and companies that all have the same mission - to support American mills, factories, real estate, and jobs....


Daily Mom is giving away a Pretty Pushers labor gown

The Ruffle Labor and Delivery gown by Pretty Pushers is up for a giveaway from Daily Mom!  Throw in 2 packs of 100% cotton nursing pads, and your hospital bag is that much closer to being packed!  

http://dailymom.com/giveaways/win-it-pretty-pushers-labor-delivery-gown/


What it means to be Made in the USA

Pretty Pushers products are Made in the USA.  That could mean a lot of different things, but to us, it means

*Having control over our manufacturing  

*Knowing the people who are making our products - we know their stories and their families

*We pay a premium.  American employees are not cheap.  For every dollar spent, we pay 20% on top for taxes and other fees that don't go to us or the employee

*We also pay other American corporations, labor, services, and freelancers.  We hire local bookkeepers and accountants to keep track of their hours, fees, and...