Torrance, CA (PRWEB) March 3, 2011
It is no surprise to most that the number of stay-at-home dads has increased, due to the economy and unemployment rates in the past few years. In 2008, an estimated 140,000 dads in the United States reported to be stay-at-home dads, according the U.S. Census Bureau. With this increase, dads-to-be are also becoming progressively more involved with the entire pregnancy process, but can often be pushed to the sidelines during the delivery of their new bundle of joy.
In the delivery room, it is not hard to identify the doctor, the nurse, or the expectant mother. Often it is difficult to identify the father, because in most cases, he will be wearing the same blue or white hospital scrubs as the medical team, or in the background of all the action, trying to stay calm while comforting his wife. With Daddy Scrubs, daddies-to-be can show their pride and ensure that no one will be left asking “Who’s the daddy?”
The delivery room brings a profusion of emotions for a father; scared, excited, happy, sad, nervous, and most of the time these emotions are simultaneously happening, all while trying to stay calm and collected. The last thing an expectant father wants is to be wearing uncomfortable clothing or the same clothing as the doctors in the delivery room. After finding out that he was going to be a father for the 5th time, Robert Nickell created Daddyscrubs.com, a way for fathers to be comfortable and proud on their special day.
Daddyscrubs.com offers scrubs, sweatshirts, and shirts exclusively for fathers to wear in the delivery room. With different colors and styles to choose from, Daddyscrubs.com offers memorable delivery day clothing for every daddy, whether a brand-new dad or a veteran. Written on the back is “I’m The Daddy” so as not to be confused with the doctor and medical staff scrubs.
Although there is not much planning that goes into a dad’s wardrobe on delivery day, dads play an important role in the delivery room and deserve to be recognized. Daddyscrubs.com offers the perfect delivery day attire to make any dad feel proud. Visit http://www.Daddyscrubs.com to pick out your “I’m the daddy” attire.
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