Daddy Scrubs: Delivery Room Apparel for Fathers-to-Be

06/10/2012 at 11:00 AM ET
Courtesy Daddy Scrubs

Time to suit up for daddy duty!

Whether you’re expecting your first child or your fourth, getting ready for the delivery room can be daunting.

After all, what proud papa wants to don the standard scrubs?

Luckily, you can make them feel extra special with Daddy Scrubs, a line of super soft cotton medical apparel that are perfect for fathers-to-be.

From the Classic Edgy Navy set ($45) to the Simple Khaki version ($45), each collection includes comfy drawstring pants and an equally cozy top featuring their signature “I’m the Daddy” phrase.

But that’s not all the brand has to offer: In addition to their tees, hoodies and plenty of Father’s Day-worthy goodies, they recently debuted their Daddy Diaper Pack ($60).

The all-black sleek backpack comes with plenty of clips and straps to keep dad’s on-the-go must-haves secure, plus tons of deep pockets, bottle and sippy cup holders, and convenient pouches for those dirty diapers.

Talk about an all-in-one! No wonder celeb dads including J.R. Martinez, Cash Warren, and Ty Murray are such big fans.

To shop the full selection, visit

— Anya Leon

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lovely123 on

This is really nice for the first time dads. If it was a third or forth time around I would for something that reads, “I’m the daddy for the forth time…HIDE ME!”

Catca on

While I think it’s great for a man to be excited and participating in the birth of his child, these scrubs are very cutesy and I just don’t think cutesy when I think of a grown man.

Sandy on

I think these are silly. You don’t need scrubs for vaginal births and the hospital probably won’t allow these for a c-section. They want you in their hospital-issue scrubs.

blessedwithboys on

Barf! This is a sad testament to the ridiculuously high c-section rate in the US. Makes me wanna cry.

kerry on

I think these are amazing!! There’s nothing for new dads – this is a great way to make dads feel special and appreciated!! Seems like it would be a great baby shower gift too.

Nicole on

It seems like the dad often feels left out and disconnected during pregnancy, and definitely with regards to the baby shower – when everything is for mom and baby. I think these scrubs could help the new daddy feel more connected during labor and delivery, too. What proud daddy doesn’t want to show off his dadpride? I wish they would have had these available for the arrival of my first child!!! Such a cute idea!

Nicole on

This is such a fun idea! I am going to buy a pair for my husband soon. We are excepting this fall, and this would make him feel so special!

Holiday on

I dont know about all your husbands but mine would not be caught dead in this cheesy thing lol! In fact I know none of my friends or my sisters husband would wear it either. I wouldnt want him to either! So cheesy and lame.

aclarkmeyers on

I think that daddy baby showers are such a cool up-and-coming idea that more dads are getting into. This would be such a perfect gift to surprise him with!

cn tower on


Robert on

Personally, I wore the scrubs last year when my wife had our second baby. they were great! Super comfortable. The doctors, nurses, and hospital staff thought they were awesome.

Isabel on

CN Tower, I agree. A waste of money.

Shannon on

These are cheesy and I would never purchase one but “Father to Be” would be better. “I’m the daddy” reminds me of a babydaddy. Just saying.

Besides it should be obvious who the father is. Look for the guy sweating bullets, making corny jokes, sleeping/watching TV, looking nervous, taking all the credit, etc.

knickell on

I recently saw these at a Baby Expo, and my husband and I thought they were such a fun idea! We already ordered ours, and he can’t wait show how proud he is to be a dad. I secretly ordered him one of the diaper bags and a hoodie for after our son is born.

Grace2 on

I love all the “These are great comments!” posted by the company. My husband wouldn’t wear these and neither would his friends

And a father-to-be shower? Are you kidding me?

Also, what’s worse than the “I’m the Daddy” thing is the giant website down the leg.

cn tower on

Grace2 – that’s par for the course on this site I’m afraid. I’ve noticed that the overwhelmingly positive comments usually start pouring in after there’s been some negative ones.

indira on

I’m torn. I sorta feel like these are cute but, they’re also completely ridiculous. I think they’re something you wear during the first day of pure joy post birth. When men do silly stuff anyway like pass out cigars and act a fool because their sperm took.

Jillian on

I showed my husband and he laughed and said, don’t ever by something so cheesy. It reminds me of a hat I saw someone wearing recently that said boyfriend. The girlfriend also had one. Really? Oh and Kohl’s is selling a necklace that says, necklace…. I don’t think it gets more idiot proof or cheesy! Proud Daddy, would be a bit better. “I am,” is silly.


keke on

I think their cute, my husband likes them and wants a pair for the birth of our twins, that just shows you, only real men would wear them.

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