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Today we have a special guest on the blog, Brittney Roberts. We asked her to share her journey to discovering Pink Stork & talk about how her life has changed since using the products.

Brittney Roberts : wife / mama / expecting baby #2

Brittney Roberts was born & raised in Shreveport, Louisiana where she has now established her family. Brittney & her husband have a 5 year old son & just gave birth to their little girl in July! She has been blessed with the opportunity to spend more time with her children as she works from home with her husband operating a photography business!

How did you discover Pink Stork?

I randomly discovered Pink Stork on Instagram. I was scrolling through the popular page and noticed the adorable packaging, which totally caught my eye!

What was your life like prior to Pink Stork and how has your life changed since using the products?

This is my second pregnancy, but it has also been 5 years since I was last pregnant. I was searching for products geared toward pregnant moms. It seems when you’re pregnant, there are so many things you shouldn't eat or consume so finding Pink Stork, has supplements and teas specifically geared to pregnancy was awesome.

What is your favorite product and why?

My favorite product is the Bath Flakes because my favorite part of the day is my bath at night. Pregnant or not, I tend to have sore muscles. The Bath Flakes are full of magnesium, which has tremendously helped my achy pregnant body. I use the mess out of these and should probably start ordering like 5 bags at a time - haha!

In the future, what products would you like to see from Pink Stork?

Adding products to the postnatal category, I think lactation granola bars, nursing tanks/bras would be a really cool addition to Pink Stork!

Brittney congratulations on the newest addition to your family & thank you for allowing us the opportunity to share your story with other women & mamas!


Amy Upchurch

Brittney’s photography website & Instagram page: & @brittneyleeroberts


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