Saturday, December 17, 2011

Birthingown Giveaway!

When I was at the Lamaze conference this fall, I met the creators of the Birthingown. Finally, a maternity gown that's as beautiful as it is functional! Designed by a L&D nurse, this dress makes the laboring woman feel beautiful and works with any kind of birth--from active & unmedicated to high-intervention.


The Birthingown is an Empire-waist wraparound dress in a soft, curve-hugging rayon/lycra jersey. It crosses over in the back, rather than the front, allowing for anesthesia access without requiring the woman to disrobe. Unlike typical hospital gowns, which don't even come close to covering a woman's backside--especially when she's walking and swaying--the Birthingown's generous knee-length wraparound design keeps everything fully covered. Each shoulder flap opens to allow easy access for skin-to-skin contact and breastfeeding, as well as IV/BP lines. The top of the gown is fully lined.


Just imagine if you arrived at L&D and the nurse greeted you with your choice of Birthingown, rather than those frumpy hospital gowns!

coco & pink Birthingown

Where to buy:
Birthingowns are sold at several brick-and-mortar stores around the US and Canada. Online vendors include BellaBlu Maternity and Stella Maternity. 

Cost: retails around $65. Deep discounts available for bulk orders. Custom fabric colors available. Please inquire for details.

Now for the fun part...

I am thrilled to offer this coco & blue Birthingown to a lucky winner! If you're an expecting mom, you get an extra chance to enter the giveaway. You can also earn an extra entry by creating a funny caption for the hospital gown photo below.

 
 Giveaway rules:
  • To enter, visit the Birthingown website and leave a comment about what you like best about the gown
  • Open to US or Canada residents
  • Expecting moms get an extra entry--leave another comment, please
  • Contest ends at sundown on Winter Solstice (aka 5 pm EST on December 22nd)
  • Extra entry to anyone who submits a caption for this photo and makes me laugh out loud:

146 comments:

  1. I like that this gown includes those design elements necessary at the hospital (especially the snaps on the shoulder straps) while being feminine and (I would expect) extremely comfortable.

    Caption for the johnny gowns: We took a security envelope, turned it inside out, and voila, your "privates" stay private!

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  2. I love that it's a wrap-around and it covers well - so much better than a swimsuit or hospital gown. I wore my mumu during labor last time, and this is so much prettier.

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  3. I am an expectant mom and a doula, and I think the most appealing thing about the gown is that it covers your backside! I've seen so many women fuss with the silly strings on standard hospital gowns, trying to keep them closed when walking or moving around. What a great idea!

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  4. I'm also an expecting mom :) "Due" next month!

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  5. it is so pretty and feminine!

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  6. A second thought, since I'm pregnant: I would wear a birthingown on more occasions than just when in labor--the functionality and visual appeal will make it great for new mamahood!

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  7. I love it. I am expecting in June, and this is perfect!

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  8. I'm 35 weeks preggers, and would love this! I'll post again!

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  9. Jessica again here at 35 weeks...I love the ease of skin to skin contact with those gown. Brilliant!

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  10. I was on the fence about having a fourth baby, but after seeing this I might have too! This is gorgeous. I love the snap openings for nursing. As a mom who is still nursing this would be great for anytime though.

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  11. for the caption...

    "psst... can you casually glance and check and make sure my cheeks are not exposed, they are not paying me enough for a nude shoot!"

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  12. Love the cut and practicality. Would love to have this next time at a home birth.

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  13. I love that it provides coverage AND access, rather than giving up one for the other. The fact that it is available in colors-other-than-pastel is a major boon, imo.

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  14. I am expecting in April. :)

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  15. I love the simple desgin and easy access for nursing!

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  16. Love this! It looks so comfortable and yet practical, would love to have one of these for my next birth, I had a lot of trouble finding something to wear that covered me yet didn't irritate me to wear, need to focus on having a baby, not on clothing!

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  17. JUST found out I am expecting #2!! Would LOVE to win this gown!!!
    I visited the website to check it out and I have to say I think it's absolutely gorgeous! Love that there is color variety to pick from (another thing lacking in hospital gowns), it looks super comfy and the snappy shoulders would make nursing a breeze!
    As for the caption:
    "I told him I wanted him to put the gown on too so he could be with me during my tubal ligation. Little does he know he's in for a vasectomy instead!"

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  18. ~ Nicole (n dot aisling at gmail)12/17/11, 10:52 PM

    I love, love the design that allows for going from being covered to skin to skin in a very short amount of time. And it's so pretty!

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  19. My favorite part about the gown is that it's beautiful!!! I would love to wear this!

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  20. I am a pregnant mama!!! FINALLY!!! I am due in May and would love to win this!`

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  21. In reference to the hospital gown

    "These have fantastic vents to keep your backside cool"...yeah, ugh.

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  22. Nicole (again)12/17/11, 11:00 PM

    Also: Very Pregnant right now. :)

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  23. What I like best about the gown (outside of the color combos & the ingenious design) is that it looks like something a normal person would wear.

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  24. I'm also expecting - baby #2 is almost half-way done! :)

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  25. I love that the gowns are beautiful but still totally functional!

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  26. Also, I am pregnant with baby number 3, planning for VBAC number 2 in March!

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  27. Beautiful gown...and fabulous idea. I am a doula and a mama and would've given ANYTHING for one of these for my births. Fabulous idea. How empowering to all birthing women. Thank you for creating this.

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  28. I love that it provides coverage and comfort, while still making it easy to actually give birth in! Oh, and it's PRETTY!

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  29. Oh, and I'm expecting a baby girl in March :) I WANT ONE OF THESE!!!

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  30. My caption:

    His and Hers hospital gowns...how romantic.

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  31. Hi,
    I'm 34 weeks pregnant and was looking for good ideas on what to wear during labor; this birthing gown looks good, will enable skin-to-skin easily as I wasn't sure how the hospital gowns would work without being undressed, at least the top part. In short, would love to have it.

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  32. Also, this is my first baby and I benefited immensely from your blog. Thank you for all.

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  33. I'm newly pregnant with baby #1, though I've been reading your blog for a long time. I'm just now starting to research all the new stuff I'm going to need for baby AND me, and the Birthingown is going on the list.

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  34. Bri Sutherland12/17/11, 11:47 PM

    I love that it wouldn't make you feel "medical", meaning like a piece of hospital equipment. The gowns they have at our hospital are frumpy and just the thought of them make me not look forward to wearing them!

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  35. Bri Sutherland12/17/11, 11:48 PM

    I am also an expectant mom, due with our first on May 19th!

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  36. Pregnant women are so beautiful and they should be able to feel that way during labor, too. I love the great coverage with this gown combined with the easy access. I'll be happy to recommend these as a doula and hope to win one to wear myself when our #2 arrives in
    May!

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  37. I love this! My favorite feature is the soft stretchy fabric. Regular hospital gowns have no stretch and give no freedom for movement. I remember always being tangled up and stuck in mine while in labor.

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  38. I am an expecting mom and would LOVE to win this. :). I am hoping for a natural vbac this summer.

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  39. "Hey Buddy, look at the back of my gown and you can see why they call it I.C.U.". :P

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  40. I like the combination of coverage and accessibility.

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  41. Baby girl is coming in April!

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  42. I really like that it looks like a real woman's clothing and not a hospital clone gown.

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  43. I am expecting a baby this spring, my 8th born. I've been trying to figure out what to wear this time around. I'd much rather wear something other than hospital wear...

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  44. A gown even a granny could wear. Underwear not included.

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  45. Without knowing there was a caption contest for the hospital gown photo, my husband remarked, "Woah, is that a sympathy gown for the husband to wear while his wife is in labor?"

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  46. I visited the Birthing Gown website. I really like that it is made of jersey--sounds super comfy!

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  47. I am expecting--and have been wondering what I am going to wear to the birthing center. This would be perfect! :)

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  48. "Psst...honey, does this outfit make my butt look big?"

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  49. SO much to love...the design is cute, the fabric sounds amazing, love the sleevelessness because I was SO overheated when birthing my son...and best of all it means not having to design/make my own!

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  50. Also, expecting our second son around the beginning of April. Would love to give birth in one of these!

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  51. I am due january 14th and this is something I've been thinking about- I don't want to wear another hospital gown.
    What I love most is that there aren't those creepy openings in the front for breast feeding!! Those things make me so paranoid that I'm going to flash everyone- which is ironic because if I'm nursing I don't care who sees

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  52. Since I'm pregnant, I'm posting two...
    The other thing I LOVE- When I was in labor last time the nurses were trying to preserve my dignity by wrapping me in sheets- annoying! It made it hard to walk and I didn't really care anyway. I'd rather put on something cute like this that goes on and off easily and won't trip me.

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  53. I would love to win a birthing gown. I am due in 3 weeks. I would love to feel modest and covered up during labor.

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  54. I am expecting my second child in 3 weeks.

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  55. My sister in law would love this! She's due in 2 months.

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  56. Caption: We're in this together.

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  57. Caption: "Maybe if I keep my knees tightly together the back of this gown will stay closed, and I can maintain this forced smile until the photographer is done."

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  58. I love that it is stretchy and covers your ass...ets. I plan on moving around a lot and I hated the uncomfortable gown I labored in with my daughter. I also love that it's pretty.... I wore a hideous 2XL bright yellow steelband t-shirt laboring around my own house and going to the hospital. It was one of the few things that fit. Now I hate the way I look in those pics!

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  59. I am expecting a little girl around the first week of may, too :)

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  60. Caption: "The fact that it's unisex is not a feature used often on the L&D floor, but you never know. Designed for a man, but I guess you can put it on women too!"

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  61. Not currently expecting (although planning to TTC this year)... I really like that the gown looks like *gasp* clothes!!

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  62. I'm a homebirth mom, but this looks like it would be an amazing postpartum outfit to jump into that first time you climb into bed with baby for a snooze. I'd love to emerge from the birth pool & hot shower and slip into this rather than an ill-fitting pair of yoga pants and oversized t-shirt. The ability to flip the shoulder down to nurse is awesome.

    Would also be lovely in case of necessary hospital transfer. Looks easy to slip on and you could feel a little more human upon admittance not having to slip into one of those scratchy hospital-issue "gowns."

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  63. Also, I'm expecting! :) Due mid-February and planning my second homebirth.

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  64. p.s. Can I get an extra entry for letting you know that Solstice falls on 12/22 this year rather than 12/21? :)

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  65. This is beautiful! I love it!

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  66. And if you haven't heard the gossip yet, I am pregnant, due in May.

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  67. I like the empire waist, and the pretty design. I feel like if I wore this during the early postpartum days, it would make a more pleasant experience. I have another maternity gown, and it's pretty much shaped like a tent. Lol.

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  68. Also, I'm an expectant mama (for the third time). I'm giving birth at home in Arizona in June, and this would be nice to wear and stay relatively cool. :-)

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  69. I like the easy access for nursing! I was going to say I like that you could wear it immediately postpartum, but it might get a little messy....

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  70. Also, pregnant here too. Baby expected to make a debut sometime in March.

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  71. Caption: "hey baby.... your hospital room, or mine?"

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  72. Mindi Higbee12/18/11, 4:17 PM

    Wow, those are beautiful, I would love to be able to birth in something that is pretty and allows me to be comfortable:)

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  73. I like how the neckline is actually flattering.

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  74. Also, due in March.

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  75. I'd love to use this for my next babe. I think the shoulder straps are genius.

    Caption: "He hopes I tied a slip knot..."

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  76. Hi! I'm Cindy, the creator of the Birthingown! I want all of you to know, you have given me an amazing Christmas present with your wonderful comments! Thank you so much and I hope you all get to Celebrate the Beauty of Birth!
    Happy Holidays and grateful thanks, Cindy

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  77. I absolutely LOVE the "snap" shoulder feature & the fact that the gown is made from jersey. This will be super comfy to wear during birth. What a great idea!

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  78. "I know the secret to holding these closed---Flash Tape! Not just for Oscar night anymore!"
    http://www.dressedtodeliver.com/ is another company that makes gorgeous maternity/labour/breastfeeding gowns.

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  79. I love the nursing access while it still has wide straps; also the stretch to allow for freedom of movement. I actually just spent last night trying to find a postpartum type gown that was somewhat flattering, not sagging and exposing my chest, comfy, and easy to nurse in.... having a hard time finding it. One thing I'm wondering about (or would maybe suggest since I couldn't see for sure if the gown has this feature) is to have the nursing flap adjustable for those of us oddballs who don't seem to ever grow large boobs in pregnancy or breastfeeding :)I know we're rare, but we do exist, LOL. Which explains my aforementioned problem with the sagging, chest exposing clothing in maternity AND nursing clothing. They're just not made for "us".

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  80. Expecting a new LO in January :)

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  81. I love that it is easy to nurse in just like the hospital gowns...except cuter!
    ykatrina at hotmail dot com

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  82. I lovelovelove how beautiful the birthingown is and the comfy yummy material it's made out of! I would love to have one at my next home birth. Not pregnant....yet:) Have had 3 boys, 2 hospital births and 1 home birth!

    Hospital gown caption: "For 3 installments of $9.99, these matching gowns could be yours, one size fits all and absolutely gender neutral!!! No extra charge for special ventilation design:-) Call now before we're sold out! Limited time offer!"

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  83. I LOVE how beautiful it is - I HATE how hospital gowns fit and was looking for something like this!!!

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  84. I'm also an expecting mama due in April - and I would love to win this :D

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  85. I love the closed back!!!
    anikor12 @ shaw.ca

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  86. Such a beatuiful gown & idea! Not only would I wear this while labouring but i would also wear the before & after. I am the comfort queen!

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  87. I am an expecting mom.....finally! Come on April 24th!

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  88. Those gowns looks fantastic for granting immediate skin on skin after delivery! I would love one!

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  89. I am also pregnant:due on December 29, so this giveaway may be a bit late for me, but I'm a first time mum....and we all know the little magic wheel isn't always right.

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  90. Caption: I'm here for the epidural...he's here for the enema.

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  91. Those gowns are lovely. My next baby is due in May.

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  92. Caption: Strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.

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  93. I love that this gown gives is nursing access while still being a full dress. I hate the hospital gowns and always feel half naked in them. It looks like it could also be great for the postpartum period and beyond!

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  94. Expecting #2 in May :)

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  95. I love the feminine details like empire waist, little bow & 2 tone colours, but my favourite aspect is that you can open it up for skin to skin contact after birth.

    Caption for photo:
    Beauty and the Beast(No, not the husband...the hideous hospital gown).

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  96. It looks very comfortable, nothing hospital staff can object to and covers what needs to be covered when you are an active laborer and tend towards modesty.

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  97. PS. And I am expecting, due in April with #10.

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  98. Anything that makes me feel like a woman, not a patient, while giving birth gets a big thumbs up from me! I had fertility problems and had to wear hideous hospital gowns for SO MANY procedures before I got pregnant!

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  99. just found out last week that i'm expecting my first....and am already thinking about what i'd wear during my homebirth...this seems super comfortable, love the access up top!

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  100. another entry from me, due next august! just visited my sister in law in the hospital after the birth of my nephew and seeing her struggle with that gown while she was trying to breastfeed just about broke my heart...here's to birthing clothing that actually makes sense.

    colleen

    ps, love your blog and am a first time commenter...

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  101. It's great that the gown is designed to open at the front instead of back and that it's feminine rather than utilitarian. I'd be afraid to ruin it, but I guess most stuff will just wash out!

    jenbug 888 at aol dot com.

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  102. I am also expecting, due in April. Thanks!

    jenbug 888 at aol dot com.

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  103. This is brilliant. Love the snap shoulder for nursing/skin to skin. And oh, to not feel naked and fuss with those strings that you never know which ones tie to which!

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  104. I'm 28 weeks pregnant, would love to win this!

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  105. I love that it doesn't look frumpy and has those nice snaps on the straps... I always feel like for being so boxy, the tons of snaps on the sleeves of hospital gowns are weirdly restrictive.

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  106. Also, I'm 22 weeks pregnant and was just talking to my husband yesterday about how I need to find a better labor outfit for this baby! :)

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  107. I love that it gives full coverage in back while still allowing access for an epidural if desired.

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  108. I'm expecting a baby this coming July!

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  109. I am expecting in a few more months!

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  110. Seems like it would be nice after having the baby, much more comfy and flattering than hospital gowns, for sure!

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  111. Love the fabric, I have been trying to find a special
    gown as soft...and love the length...and nursing access!

    (I think I see the sparkle of a certain "sprockets" in the female model's eye)

    "and now we shall dance the hospital johhny dance
    we call ain't nothing covering up that flappin fanny"
    (I have been thinking about this since last night, forgive me if it's totally lame!)

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  112. I'm due in February and I'm a doula here in Sacramento, CA.....I sure wish they offered something like that in the hospitals! What a pain it is to get on the second gown so I can cover a clients backside and not get all caught up in the lines!!

    When I see that picture it reminds me of a comment my mom ( who had 5) used to make that in her "world" men and women would switch off being pregnant! Now we can, "simpler twins" lol!

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  113. What I like most about the birth gown is that they are attractive looking, and would be very uplifting to the mom's spirits. :)

    -Juli

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  114. I'm also an expectant mom, due in Feb with #3 (first home birth)

    -Juli

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  115. caption: "Unisex... and reversible."

    -Juli

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  116. I am planning a home birth, and my in-laws will be there for the birth. I've been trying to think of something to cover myself with but not interfere with the mom/baby connection moments after birth. This is the perfect solution!
    Jayme C.

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  117. And for the caption:
    "Yeah, I know you just looked at my butt. Keep walking, mister."

    Jayme C.

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  118. As an LD nurse and Birthing From Within mentor, I think this gown is WONDERFUL! I frequently talk to moms in class about wearing their own clothes in labor to maintain their sense of identity and control over their own choices. I showed this gown to my manager and she also loved it. She is looking into finding funding to provide these to women in our hospital, but that will probably not be possible until next year.

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  119. As a first time expectant mama who is anxious about giving birth (the most private and intimate thing I will ever do) in my workplace, along with whatever colleges happen to be there that day, I think a gown like this would be helpful in giving me a sense of privacy that doesn't make me feel like a "patient" who is under the control and rules of the institution.

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  120. Caption

    "Looking for that perfect enhancement to your bedroom life? Look no further. Nothing says sexy like matching, ill fitting, form hiding, easy access hospital gowns. The perfect gift for any couple looking to spice up their intimate life."

    "Honey, I'll show you mine if you show me yours."

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  121. I am a midwife expecting my first February 29th. Unfortunately, I am not giving birth at home, but in a large institution. I would love a gown like this because it would allow me to feel more like myself (an individual) rather than a generic patient covered in the same scratchy gown. Also, they took our nursing gowns away 2/2 to cost at the hospital.

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  122. wow this is awesome. so pretty and practical. i love that it covers you up but has access where you may need it.

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  123. I'm an expectant mom due in june.

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  124. I like that it's pretty; it doesn't look like a hospital gown!

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  125. Also, I'm pregnant! Baby "P" is due in April!

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  126. Ohhh.... it's lovely! Let's see. What I like best. I like that it covers. I like that the materials should be easy to wash. I like that it looks classy, but still gets the job done. And the "option 3" colors look wonderful.

    We're not pregnant yet, though hopefully that will change soon. I just weaned, however, and I don't think that I'll be expecting by the solstice... unfortunately. A big thank you to you & the creator for the give-away!

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  127. How great the someone has designed a practical and pretty birthing gown for moms! I'm a home birthing mama, with my second babe on the way - but this would be wonderful as a post-partum gown at home. ...*would be even better in organic fabric*

    Thanks for the chance!

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  128. BEAUTIFUL GOWN! I love the snap feature for nursing and the empire waist with the classy bow! Just looking at it, I want to touch it! It looks amazingly soft and comfortable....not like the hospital gowns! I would definitely wear it before and after labor and delivery.


    Caption: "Think he'll notice if I take a peek??? Not much different from everyone else in the hospital seeing his bum!"

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  129. Also, my best friend is pregnant and due in 8 weeks. I would love to win it for her!!!

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  130. Looks cute and comfy! I'd much rather meet my newest little one looking nice than dressed in a frumpy hospital gown.

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  131. I'm 7 1/2 weeks pregnant! 8/4/12!

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  132. I love that the straps can come down for easy access after birthing!


    morganfam05 at hotmail dot com

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  133. I am also due 12/25/11!

    morganfam05 at hotmail dot com

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  134. i love that this gown would make a birthing mama feel more like a woman and less like a patient...

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  135. i am due in the next week =D

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  136. I just wanted to say that I absolutely LOVE the idea of such a lovely article of clothing. I gave birth to my daughter 5 months ago, and my son 3 years ago. I consider myself a relatively modest person, and my husband is EXTREMELY modest. However, I walked around the hospital room and gave birth to my children completely naked. It was either a hospital gown, or my birthday suit. I went for the more practical (and more comfortable) option. If only I had one of these, I could have felt a little less vulnerable. The nurses kept asking me over and over if I wanted to "put on my gown yet", and most of the time I kept ignoring them. If I wanted to wear the damn gown, it would have been on my body already!

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  137. LOVE this. Love the cut and color and the fact that you can feel like a beautiful woman while doing the most crazy womanly thing on earth!! Love it.

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  138. Oh, and I'm due end of January. I want this I want this I want this!!! :)

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  139. Caption:
    "It's our new preferred method of birth control!"

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  140. I was looking at the gown on the computer when my fiance walked by. He commented on how beautiful it is, and I agree. It is practical, but it doesn't look like medical equipment. So I'm entering even though having a baby is probably still a ways off for me.

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  141. I think these gowns are lovely! Feel beautiful and womanly matter in birth... no matter how the hospitals treat it!

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  142. Practical and elegant, love it!!

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  143. It looks so pretty and comfortable!

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  144. 6 days to my EDD, I think that qualifies me as extremely expecting. :D

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  145. I could labor in "public" (ie not totally alone) and not feel completely ridiculous!

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  146. " Hey lady, can you see my butt?"

    I love those gowns! Every hospital should carry them! I would have even bought one after arriving at the hospital if they had them!
    What a great product and a very intuitive designer!

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