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New Maternity and Plus Sizes in this Sample Sale roundup!
Not many people can say they are just $19.99 away from a better birth. Pretty Pushers can! Comfort and mobility during labor and delivery await in every style of Pretty Pushers labor gowns - which all come equipped with openings for fetal monitors, access for IVs, and stretch for skin to skin. Grab Bag samples are just $19.99 and shipping is free! While supplies last...
Just Bring the Milk
In honor of World Breastfeeding Week, we at Pretty Pushers want to say Just Milk It!
However you want or need to do it - a happy mom means a happy baby. Breast or Bottle, from the freezer or from the jug - Baby Formula or other methods (my mom used to talk about having goat's milk) - we are proud of all the moms out there!
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....
This VBAC (Vaginal Birth After Cesarean) Podcast gives us multiple birth stories filled with hope!
theVbaclink.com is worth following to hear stories from real moms who have triumphed beyond previous C-sections to then get the VBAC they always wanted.
Episode 6 features Karina, who gave birth with Type 1 Diabetes. Her labor and sweet baby images are captured by Julie Marks of Picture Your Birth...
10 Do's and Don'ts for packing your hospital birth bag
Take it from Jennifer Ashley at Pretty Little Details ... Keep the Labour Gown in your Hospital Bag.
A lot of the other stuff, you can omit from the checklist. But a gown to birth in AND to wear afterwards for nursing at the hospital...those are essential!
Check out prettylittledetails.com for pointers on why or why not to bring your whole list to the hospital for labour and delivery. We can't forget about those couple of days postpartum, too. Think about being in the hospital, having visitors, and having a newborn...