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Mod Mum {review & giveaway}

by Megan

One of the lovely companies sponsoring the Bundles of Joy Giveaway is Mod Mum. They sell a variety of items for new and expecting moms, but the designer delivery gowns are what I was most excited about! They were kind enough to send me one to review and will be giving another away to the winner of my Bundles of Joy package.

If you’ve delivered a baby in a hospital, you know the fun of wearing one of those drab, generic hospital gowns, which have probably already been worn by many other mamas.

I’ve had a boy and a girl, and now that we are on #3, we have two full sets of clothing and everything baby needs, so this time around I thought I should spoil myself a little bit more. You know, a massage instead of having to buy a crib, or a nice rocking/nursing chair instead of onesie-after-onesie. And this time I’m also going to deliver in style!

These delivery gowns are very high quality, and they are up to hospital standards. They snap all the way down the back, and they also have the diagonal snaps on the breastbone, making it simple to nurse your newborn.

Their many adorable designs come with your choice of colored ribbon. In retrospect maybe I should have gotten a blue one, since I’m having a boy, but I think the hot pink looks pretty. I don’t know how long it will stay on once delivery is in full swing, but it can always be put back on for pictures!

And after your little one arrives, these gowns can be used as nightgowns, making night feedings just a little easier!

I love my Mod Mum delivery gown, and I (almost) can’t wait for the big day to come, just so I can wear it!

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Tabetha Garman March 19, 2013 - 10:11am

Such a cute idea!! Wish they’d been around when I was pregnant!


Helen @ Blue Eyed Beauty Blog March 22, 2013 - 6:38pm

Looks cute & comfy!!

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