By Staff Reports
(DGIwire) — Baby showers are exciting—at first. The ooh-ing and ahh-ing game is strong for the first five presents or so. Every gift is the best gift and everyone acts like it’s the first time they’ve seen diaper genies or burping cloths. Everyone is paying attention to the future mommy and waiting for the next present to be opened like Channing Tatum might be in there.
Ten gifts in and the story starts to change. Mini-conversations formulate, competitive tall tales of childbirth begin and eyes travel to the guest of honor only when someone recognizes their own wrapping paper. It’s about this time that women start to wonder if drinking in front of the pregnant women in the room would be in bad taste. Fifteen gifts in and they no longer worry.
The problem isn’t that they don’t love the soon-to-be mom, or that the food is bad or the company is boring. It’s just—how many times can people act excited about seeing the same gifts opened at every single shower they attend?
Here’s the solution: Pretty Pushers. The show-stopper of baby showers. The mic drop to all the other presents in the room. The present that makes all the other presents wish they were still wrapped.
Pretty Pushers are the brainchild of New York City mom Mary Apple. She designed these dresses with three things in mind: utility, comfort and style.
“I couldn’t believe that after all the complaints women hear about the discomfort of wearing the standard-issue hospital gowns, all the flashed bottoms and breasts, all the struggle with realigning the gown after monitor placement and other standard pre-delivery procedures, that something hadn’t been designed to address all the issues,” Apple says.
Issues addressed…and more! Hospital staff love Pretty Pushers as much as their patients do. Pretty Pushers have openings in all the perfect places to allow better access for fetal monitors, IVs and epidurals than traditional hospital gowns do—and the icing on the cake is that the mommies look beautiful in them. Halter-styled and in flattering colors, these dresses are Facebook-ready for new mothers’ first post-delivery post.
For more information on how to purchase these revolutionary dresses and other smart and stylish alternatives for all stages of pregnancy, please visit www.prettypushers.com.