You never know when or where you will run into fun and incredible people, but it happened to us last weekend on a shuttle bus at the Dallas gift market.  Kristie and I always push the limits at market because we try to squeeze 5 days worth of shopping for the store into 2 1/2 days.  You can imagine how crazy that can be for us.  Needless to say, we usually miss our ride back to the hotel and have to catch a cab.  But as luck would have it, the nice man running the very last shuttle saw the distressed look on our faces as we raced out the door to find our ride had just zoomed out the parking lot.  He stopped and offered us a lift even though it was off his route.  Yes of course we tipped that wonderful man!  But the point of all this is that on that particular ride back to our hotel, we had the pleasure of meeting two young and very lovely entrepreneurs that we instantly warmed up to. Two L&D nurses from Kentucky, Kim and Emily, founders of Posh Pushers!  Here's their story as it appears on their website, which we were invited to share with you in this blog post.  Enjoy!

Founders Emily Campbell & Kim Roemer, wanted a little more for their special labor & delivery experience. Instead of the typical used drab hospital gown provided to expectant mothers upon admission to the labor & delivery unit, Kim & Emily created Posh Pushers… a colorful, in style alternative to the norm. Posh Pusher gowns, created by labor and delivery nurses, provide all the necessary features of a hospital gown for your big day. From easy IV and epidural access, to the convenience of shoulder snaps for breastfeeding and skin to skin bonding, your Posh Pusher will be all you need for a super cute special delivery whether you labor or deliver via c-section!!