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Kathy Pickus, Owner
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The Dot Girl First Period Kit listed as a resource for menstruation education in this book from the Women's Health Foundation.
We actually ordered this Dot Girl Kit, and it came with lots of cool questions and resources for talking about your daughter’s period. (I am not affiliated with them in any way, I just think it’s a good product.)
The Dot Girl First Period Kit listed as a resource for menstruation education in this book for single dads raising their daughters.
Kathy Pickus started Dot Girl Products of Mukilteo, Washington so her daughter wouldn't have to have the same experience she did: getting her first period and not knowing what was happening.
"Amazon affiliates will link customers to [your product] through blog posts, Facebook posts and Twitter," says Kathy Pickus, owner, Dot Girl Products, which provides products and information for girls experiencing their first period. "This relieves [you] from the headache of maintaining an affiliate program."
While writing our adolescent pelvic health book, Below Your Belt: How to be Queen of Your Own Pelvic Region, we have had the pleasure of coming across a wonderful organization, known as Dot Girl.
I am frequently approached by parents who say they are too nervous to talk to their daughters about menstruation. Read these tips to help your daughter be prepared.
Aunt Flo, the little bird, monthlies, whatever all the girls refer to them as, our periods can be miserable. Even more miserable is our first time experiencing it. Kathy Pickus strives to eliminate just that with her product line, Dot Girl
Forget all that red and pink. Dot Girl First Period Kits are non-nonsense kits for more serious-minded girls. It includes a 20-page question and answer booklet, a period diary, a heating gel pack, pads, disposal bags, and hand wipes. It's as if Eleanor Roosevelt designed this pack.
One of the most recent additions to our offerings is the Dot Girl First Period Kit. To help you get to know Dot Girl a little better, we asked Kathy, founder of Dot Girl, a few questions.
The new and improved Dot Girl First Period Kit still contains everything it had before that I appreciated, but now comes with a brighter, snazzier pouch, a year-long period diary, and a hook for hanging in the bathroom or in a school locker.
Believing that adolescence is already tough on girls, Kathy Pickus wants to remove one obstacle in their path by offering products that can help them through the awkwardness and confusion of their first period.
Local entrepreneurs Kathy Pickus and her sister, Teri Goodwin, created a tidy little gift pack for a girl's first period. The Dot Girl First Period Kit is a small, zippered case containing sample sanitary pads, tampons, hand wipes, a calendar, an informational booklet and a heating gel pad.
Kathy Pickus is the co-founder of Dot Girl Products, a fast-growing personal care products company on a mission to make puberty for young girls a whole lot better and more joyful.
Though my mom wasn't nearly as communicative, the kit she eventually purchased for me certainly helped prepare me for what was to come.
Kathy Pickus of Mukilteo, and her sister, Terri Goodwin of Seattle, created The Dot Girls First Period Kit as a visual aid for one of the most important sit downs of our lives: Where babies come from.
"It's kind of interesting that despite all the openness in today's society, it's still not necessarily a comfortable topic to talk about," said Kathy Pickus of Mukilteo, co-creator of a kit designed to help young girls embrace their coming of age with confidence.