Babies are not Pizzas

Did you know that in the early 2000's, someone at the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists distributed a bumper sticker at their conference that read, “Home deliveries are for pizzas, not babies”??

Well, I have a news flash for you! BABIES ARE NOT PIZZAS. They’re born, not delivered!

Babies are born in all sorts of ways—vaginally, at home, in the hospital, in a birthing center, by Cesarean, with the use of a vacuum, without any interventions, with medications, without medications, with doctors, with midwives, with nurses, with doulas, with birth partners, in the water, on dry land, and even on the side of the road. What do all of these things have in common? Mothers, giving birth. And babies, being born. :)

The next time someone asks you, “Who delivered your baby?” you can try to explain the history of patriarchal language in childbirth."

Or you could just wear your Babies are not Pizza t-shirt and let it do the talking for you!!


Our "Babies are not Pizzas" t-shirts and onesies can be the start of really fun conversation with friends and strangers alike about the need to change our language around maternity care!

Check out our incredibly fun, light-hearted clothing line of Babies are not Pizzas V-neck t-shirts, crew neck t-shirts, and onesies. You'll get fun comments, conversations, and/or compliments from everyone you meet (believe me, we've tested it out!)