We like the fact that this under-the-bump pair comes in a 30 leg, so are ideal for the vertically challenged. They are super-comfy and a flattering fit. The wide waist band is comfortable, however we did find there was some slipping down, so we’d suggest the added support of a maternity bump band (New Look does a good set of three). These also come in black. The cut is a bit more generous than the standard Leighs, so bear that in mind before you buy. 


The Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow is a super-supportive C-shaped pillow that will be happy to replace the dozen or so bed pillows you’re currently trying to wedge between every nook and curve of your body. The Snoogle is great choice for those looking to support their back, neck, legs, tummy, and any extra weight you may be looking to make more comfortable. Washable cover: yes. Filling: polyester.
The next competitor, Page Boy, offered a patented skirt in 1937.[4] By the 1930s, wrap-around skirts with a series of buttons were available, but the new Page Boy skirt was constructed with a window over the area of the expanding abdomen. In later years when stretch fabric became available it was used to fill in the window. Their clothing, usually a slim skirt with a wide smock top, became fashionable during the 1950s, when celebrities such as Jackie Kennedy and Elizabeth Taylor wore their clothes.[4]
Now that you’re pregnant, you deserve the best pregnancy pillow. Once I got out of the first trimester, I noticed my back seriously starting to ache when I’d lay down for long amounts of time. And (I hate to break it to you) that feeling only gets worse as your pregnancy goes on. As in, there was no pillow in my house that could make everything from my back and my tummy to my neck and my knees all feel comfortable at the same time. Which is why I could practically hear angels singing when I finally got a seriously awesome pregnancy pillow. A pillow that curved around me, snuggled me, and helped me sleep and stay supported throughout the day. In fact, when my pregnancy was over, I was kind of sad when my husband suggested it was time to pass the pillow on to a newly pregnant friend. (Damn, I loved that pillow!).
The cover comes in two choices: a cotton blend, or soft minky material, that unzips fairly easily for washing purposes. It also is offered in a variety of colors to provide you decor choice, as well as easy use as a nighttime positioning aid even after pregnancy. The shape also allows for easier storage as it folds and bends quite well to tuck away after use despite its relative bulk.
While women were integrated into the U.S. military in 1948, they were automatically discharged if they became pregnant. However, in the late 1970s it was decided that in order to keep women in an all-volunteer armed forces the military needed to change its policy regarding pregnancy. Following complaints that pregnant women dressed in civilian clothing undermined moral, between 1978 and 1980 the armed forces began to issue military maternity outfits. Writing about her experience working on the Armed Forces History Collections at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History, museum expert Bethanee Bemis wrote (in 2011):
It’s tough to be pregnant if you prefer sleeping on your stomach. That’s why the Cozy Bump Maternity Pillow (which is OB/GYN- and chiropracter-approved) will be a safe and comfortable way for you to sleep on your tummy without harming baby. This inflatable pillow is great for relieving back pain and is especially convenient for afternoon naps. Washable cover: no, but swaddle blanket included can be washed. Filling: air.   
Full-length pillows are long and easily adaptable. They run along the length of your body and can be curled in any way to suit your needs. Though they are great to hug and embrace, they offer less support to the back when compared to other types of pregnancy pillows. You can feel the comfort by placing your arms and legs around it with the center supporting your tummy.
Cake’s Cotton Candy Seamless Nursing Bra —a winner according to both Nguyen and new moms we polled when it comes to best nursing bras—has a high thread count for extreme softness and a scoop neckline, making it comfy for day and night. It’s available in four colors, and its XL size can accommodate up to a 42E. (Good news for those looking for plus size nursing bras!)
The Moonlight Slumber Comfort U Total Body Support Pillow ain’t cheap, but it will be heaven on your back during those achy months of pregnancy. This U-shaped pillow will help align your body and stop it from getting out of whack while you sleep, and may help alleviate symptoms of sciatica and other causes of lower back pain. Washable cover: yes. Filling: synthetic down.
The first thing that has to be noted about the PharMeDoc Pillow is the lifetime satisfaction guarantee. Anytime you invest your money into a product, you want to make sure that it is backed with a great warranty that the company will stand behind, and that is exactly what you get will this pillow. At anytime during owning this maternity body pillow if you feel unsatisfied all have to do in contact customer support and their will either replace or refund you for the pillow.
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