Pretty Pushers Giveaway

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As you might have read in the first part of my Birth Story, I was given an opportunity to try out a Pretty Pushers gown.

While many might not think what you wear while laboring matters, I think the right clothes help a person relax better and feel more “themselves”. For some people that might mean wearing your own clothes, for others- a hospital gown, then there are those who like to go naked and those who feel that childbirth is a special enough event to wear a special gown. And of course, let’s not forget hospital protocols, many of which don’t allow for personal clothes and need a gown that has proper access to medical devices such as an epidural and monitoring.

Pretty Pushers is a company that makes those special labor gowns. The gowns are only $24-28 and are meant to be thrown out after labor, which is very convenient since you don’t have to worry about getting it dirty. They come in a variety of colors and themes, my two favorites of which are “I dream of sushi” (because I truly couldn’t wait to have sushi) and “I dream of coffee”, since it’s my favorite lavender color.

I spent my whole labor in a Pretty Pushers gown and the nurses had no problems with attaching me to monitors or checking me and everyone commented on what a cute gown I wore and how they’d never seen anything like that. My 2nd shift nurse said “Well, you sure do look fabulous!” 🙂 Yes, thank you, definitely something I WANT TO HEAR on my labor day! 🙂


{trying to smile in between contractions}

Afterwards, I was really thankful not to have to decide what to do with soiled clothes. Through fog, I remember the nurse asking me what I wanted to do with it, and I was happy to not have to think about it and say “Toss it!”. That’s how it’s meant to be!

So like always, I’d like to give you an opportunity to win one as well. Simply enter in the widget below using Facebook or your name and email.

You can also purchase a gown on Pretty Pushers website, as well as visit their Facebook and Twitter pages

and Mandatory Entries: {read carefully}

There are two mandatory entries, after which you will have additional entries available,
and 1 daily entry for which you can come back to enter daily.
The winning entry will be verified and the winner disqualified if the action is not found or if the mandatory items are not fullfilled.
Make sure to notate how you’re following the blog in the extra info field (entry #1). The entry won’t count if that information is missing.
Please make sure to visit Pretty Pushers Facebook Page and write on their wall which design you’d choose if you won.
The giveaway is open to US residents only. See the rafflecopter widget for additional terms and conditions.

If you have a blog, there’re 2 entries each worth 10 points ( post our button on your blog’s sidebar and blog about the giveaway)

{If you’re not sure how to use to enter, feel free to watch this video tutorial or email me at contact {at} prebabyblog {dot} com
Otherwise, make sure to read everything carefully. Click the DO IT link first, then ENTER once the action is completed}

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Disclosure: I was not compensated by Pretty Pushers. I received this gown in exchange for an honest review. All the opinions represented here are 100% my own

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  • Reply
    March 6, 2012 at 7:37 PM

    Elena can I enter as a citizen with a U.S. mailing address even though I live in Canada?

  • Reply
    March 7, 2012 at 11:03 AM

    Wow I LOVE that gown! I’m definitely going to check on my next appointment to see if I can wear something like this!

  • Reply
    March 7, 2012 at 2:18 PM

    Oh wow I wish I’d known about these! It really is cute! I hated my hospital gown. Talk about frumpy…and I remember how creative I got with it after giving birth, I just tied the strings around my neck so it was halter style so I’d have easy access for breastfeeding always…wow this would have been sooo much cuter, lol!! IF I have a second ever, I’ll definitely get one of these! 🙂

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