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Blissful Bump Sponsor Spotlight Review: It’s You Babe

October 31, 2012

As we prepare for our big event we will begin sharing some of the amazing sponsors who are generously providing prizes for the Blissful Bump Giveaway Bash! This spotlight review is to share our experience with

It’s You Babe, LLC
is a Michigan based manufacturer of all Prenatal Cradle products. It is managed by Chris Seering, a registered nurse and nurse practitioner, and her stalwart husband, Darrell Seering, a retired state trooper, who traded in his badge for a tape measure and pair of scissors.

Prenatal Cradle products are proudly manufactured in Michigan in the USA.

There are several options at It’s You Babe for prenatal support. The one I chose to review is the Prenatal Cradle. I chose the Prenatal Cradle because of its support not only for my belly, but also for my back! On the weekends I do work a full 8 hour shift standing and walking with limited sitting breaks. After a few hours my back is feeling it as much as my lower abdomen.  The pressure has been alleviated by wearing the Prenatal Cradle. The Cradle also promotes good posture which is the first thing I noticed when I put it on!

I found it easiest to put the whole thing over my head and put it on like a shirt. You do have to pull a little to stretch the lower part past your belly but I found this to be better than trying to bend down to get my feet through all of the loops. Much like tying my shoes has become difficult.  That was just my preference and your experience may be different. Once the Cradle is on it feels like I am 10 lbs lighter! The support is like nothing else I have tried in any of my 3 pregnancies! I never had an issue with the bands moving or rolling up. It absolutely stayed where I put it my entire 8 hour shift plus an hour lunch! I did adjust it once just to see if I liked a different position better. But that was only me experimenting and had nothing to do with the Cradle.

If you have any of these symptoms you will benefit even more than I have from the Prenatal Cradle:

  • Back Pain
  • Abdominal Straining
  • Painful Hip Separation
  • Painful Pubic Symphysis
  • Lordosis
  • Sciatica

Because the Prenatal Cradle goes over my shoulders and between my breasts, I did have to get used to it but it only took one time wearing it and the benefits were so worth it! It wasn’t that it was uncomfortable but that most of my shirts were either too wide at the neck or low cut enough that the top straps were showing. There was one day that I decided to pin them to my bra and that worked out just fine!  The shoulder straps do not hold up the weight at all so there is no concern that there is any pressure on your shoulders!

I would recommend the Prenatal Cradle to all expecting women especially when you have any of the medical issues above! This is a must have to keep your back and abdominal muscles supported!

Connect with It’s You Babe:

You can purchase the Prenatal Cradle and many other items to support you during pregnancy on the web!

Become a fan on Facebook!

The GIVEAWAY!

As part of our Healthy Mommy Package in the Blissful Bump Giveaway Bash, It’s You Babe will give a lucky winner a Prenatal Cradle of their own! There are many sizes to choose from too! Please sign up for email updates to be notified when this giveaway is posted!

ENTER TO WIN HERE!

I received a sample in exchange for this review. I received no other compensation and all opinions are mine and are 100% honest!

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One Comment leave one →
  1. itsyoubabellc permalink
    November 12, 2012 8:42 am

    Wow! What a great review – thank you! SO GLAD you are enjoying the cradle : )

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