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The Cushie Pushie is made for mothers by a mother. It is a pillow designed to help nursing mothers gain the correct breast position for easier breastfeeding. This cushion pushes the breast upward in order to allow easy latching by the nursing baby, while maintaining correct positioning throughout the feeding.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

Mom-Owned Businesses Offering Goody Bags to New Moms - Goody Bags Are Not Just For Kids Anymore

Mom-Owned Businesses Offering Goody Bags to New Moms
Goody Bags Are Not Just For Kids Anymore

For Immediate Release

Media Relations Contact:
Lois Whittaker

Lawrenceville, NJ (March 1, 2008) – Remember at the end of a party as a kid how much fun it was to receive a goody bag full of treats. Well, now there is a goody bag available for new moms. Goodies for Mom is offering new moms a bag of treats to celebrate the birth of their new babies.

The goody bags include product samples, coupons, safety tips, brochures on innovative new products, and helpful tools for new moms. There is a congratulatory letter, information on breastfeeding and baby wearing, a SIDS safety guide, and the “Mommy’s Little Helper” chart for breastfeeding moms to help track their nursing schedule and wet diapers. The samples include lollipops for pregnant moms, Mothering magazine, lanolin cream, and organic baby care products. The goody bags are all tied up in a gift bag with a pretty ribbon, a real treat. The bags are available at healthcare offices throughout the Central New Jersey/Eastern Pennsylvania area.

“As a mother of two boys, I am still always looking for new products and ways to make my life easier,” states Lois Whittaker, developer of the New Mom Goody Bag program and inventor of the Cushie Pushie Breast Support Pillow. “We developed these bags to give new moms a jumpstart in their journey into motherhood.”

The goody bags are also a way to promote mom-owned, baby-friendly businesses and products. The following companies are currently participating in the program:

Companies with a local connection
Creative Memories (Debbi Vogel Radlinsky, Local Consultant, Lawrenceville, NJ - http://www.mycmsite.com/sites/debbiradlinsky)
Cushie Pushie™ Breast Support Pillow and Breastfeeding Gift Items (Cushie Pushie Company, Lawrenceville, NJ – http://www.cushiepushie.com/)
QuirkyBaby (Princeton, NJ - http://www.quirkybaby.com/)
Shower Hug™ (Belmama and Cherub, Princeton, NJ - http://www.belmamaandcherub.com/)

Other companies participating from throughout the United States
BabyOrganics Natural Cleaning Products (Healthy Home Products - http://www.babyganics.com/)
First Impressions Maternity (http://www.firstimpressionsbaby.com/)
Happy Panda (http://www.happypandababy.com)
Lansinoh® Lanolin (Lansinoh Laboratories - http://www.lansinoh.com/)
Mere’ Minerals Mineral Makeup (http://mereminerals.org/)
Mothering Natural Family Living Magazine (http://www.mothering.com/)
Nature's Baby Organics (http://www.naturesbabyproducts.com/)
Pretty Posh Princess (http://www.prettyposhprincess.com/)
Swaddle Me ® (Kiddopotamus & Company - http://www.kiddopotamus.com/)
Wordsies™ (http://www.wordsies.com/)

About Goodies for Mom
A division of the Cushie Pushie Company, Goodies for Mom is a site providing product reviews and news, articles, and contest/giveaway information on the baby industry for moms. For more information, visit http://www.goodiesformom.com/.

About Cushie Pushie Company
The Cushie Pushie Company is headquartered in Lawrenceville, NJ. A working mother of two, Lois Whittaker is the owner of the company and inventor of the Cushie PushieTM Breast Support Pillow. With a goal to make motherhood easier for new as well as experience moms, the Cushie Pushie Company aims to provide quality products at a reasonable cost. For more information, visit http://www.cushiepushie.com/.


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