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Nom Mom

Do you know a super mom that had a baby in the NICU, or gave birth to a rainbow baby? As a society, it is common for us to become completely wrapped up in the excitement of a newborn, that we pass by the mother’s story and postpartum feelings. At Bizzy Izzy’s, we want to hear the mother’s story, the good, the difficult and those memorable life changing moments. We are hopeful that this project will encourage NICU Moms and rainbow Moms to begin sharing their story and encourage others to do the same. Nominate a Mom and share their story with us and tell us why we should feature them on our website and social media.

Each month we will choose a super Mom to receive a Love, Izzy Project Swaddle and a Bizzy Izzy's Gift Card. (Are you a NICU Mom or rainbow Mom? Please nominate yourself, we want to hear your story too.)

Please include the following information:

Your Name, Mother and child’s name, age of child, location (Currently, only accepting applications in the USA and Canada), email address for yourself, and also the mom, and all social media handles for the nominated mother. Nominations should occur within two years of the child’s birth.

Thank you for applying and for recognizing the importance of sharing their story.

Apply via form (or via email at [email protected])

Nom Mom of the Month

  • Janelle DuBay: May Nom Mom of the Month
    Janelle DuBay: May Nom Mom of the Month

    Meet Janelle DuBay, and her twin girls, Aspyn and Brynn, born at just 24 weeks and 3 days, and graduates of Blank Children's Hospital NICU in Des Moines, Iowa. Today is Mother's Day and we wanted to honor one of the most amazing, courageous NICU Mamas around! (Click the photo to read their story)...

  • Kayla Graves: Being a Current NICU Mama during COVID-19
    Kayla Graves: Being a Current NICU Mama during COVID-19

    Meet our April Nom Mom of the Month, Kayla Graves, and Miss Lydia Claire born at 29 weeks old during COVID-19 from Kingman, Arizona.  (Click the photo to read their story and advice for other NICU families).