Monday, April 22, 2013

PUSH Delivery Gowns Review

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Perhaps Hudson's birth didn't go quite as I had planned, as you read about HERE. But, one thing that I was happy to have was my own hospital gown. Especially being I was stuck with a catheter ..because pants of PJ pants wouldn't have been an option.

For those long time readers, you may remember when I wore my own gown with Emma

It made me feel "good" to know that I wasn't in the same gown that everyone else had worn. Not to mention how unflattering the standard one size fits all hospital gowns are.

I was so excited for the chance to work with Ashley, the creator of PUSH! Delivery Gowns once again. 

Ashley, the mother of three herself has been through her share of labor & deliveries. After looking back on her pictures she thought, they really should make hospital gowns a little more flattering. 

Coming from a family of seamstresses & creativity she decided she would do just that...make a hospital gown that is functional for the stay at the hospital as well as one that looks beautiful in all of those first family pictures. 

All of her fabrics are picked with that in mind. Fabrics that will look good in the photos. High contrast for the black & white photos as well as colorful for the beautiful color photos. 

All of the PUSH! Delivery Gowns are made to fit mommy, with expanded belly room for the day of delivery!
The gown is closed with snaps down the back to provide full coverage and less hassle with the standard ribbon closure. The cross over bodice and shoulder snaps provide ease of exams, as well as, breastfeeding while you enjoy your hospital stay.

Ashley sent me one of her gorgeous Brody delivery gowns which so happens to match Hudson's navy chevron nursery. And talk about perfect timing because it arrived the very day I delivered.

The thing that I love most about her gowns is the cross over front. Not only does it look flattering it makes breastfeeding easy. No need to unsnap the shoulders which can be quite difficult if you're still hooked up to IV's and can barely move.

I know that a personal hospital gown isn't a top priority for everyone but for me I want to be able to look back at the photos and not cringe when I see the standard gown. It's a priority for me!As a nurse I see what happens to those gowns & yuck. Not to mention giving birth to your child is one of the most special & memorable days of your life. Why not pamper yourself with your personal gown.

Not only can you purchase your PUSH! Delivery gown through the website but they are now offered at tons of maternity shops all over the United States.

And to stay in the loop be sure to check out her facebook page!

Thanks so much PUSH! Delivery gowns for making Hudson's delivery so perfect!

{Disclaimer: I was given the above mentioned product(s) for my review. I was in no other way compensated. The product itself didn't persuade my personal beliefs or views}

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J and A said...

Very cute gown!! I need one!

allie-mac-fallie said...

love this! wish she would give me one to review ;)

Aline Grigorian said...

Cute gowns. Great idea too.

Courtney B said...

very stylish!:) love it !

cassandra said...

I love the idea of this! You should feel great as you can giving birth!


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