We love this well-priced pillow that’s designed to support you when you sleep on your side. It’s a similar shape to the JoJo Mama Bébé maternity pillow in that it snakes around to give both back, bump and knee support. It’s a great depth and density, which works well to keep you upright, though it doesn’t offer any lower leg support and taller testers found they still needed another pillow between their knees. The entire pillow and case are machine washable, which is very practical if you choose to use it as a feeding support too.
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.

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.
By their nature, maternity pillows aren’t the most aesthetically pleasing products. However, this super-soft grey marl pillow from Mamas and Papas is surprisingly attractive. Unlike many of the other more clinical looking pillows we tested, it won’t send you rushing to hide it away the minute you wake up.  A soft, simple and fuss-free design, it is a great length for supporting knees, ankles and your bump, while leaving you free to use your usual pillow for your head and neck. It is worth noting though that it doesn’t offer any lower back support.
The filling can occasionally be as varied as the pillow shapes itself. The most used filling is the polyfills that allow shaping, airflow, and easy washing; but also popular with many expecting mothers are memory foam or microbeads due to how well they conform to the shape of your body. Usually, the type of pillow determines the type of filling since each may be used in a different way.
Designed specifically for pumping, these nursing bras are designed as a band with a hole over each breast for a flange to pass through and attach to a breast pump. Most have a zippered front to provide access for the breast pump. This type of bra leaves you free to do other tasks with your hands, like reading or checking email. They come in small, medium, and large or with an adjustable strap.
Don’t be put off by the snail-like appearance of this maternity pillow. Zipped up, it works as a feeding pillow, while unzipped, it snakes into a heart shape that works incredibly well for supporting your neck, back and knees. A slightly chunkier pillow than the others tested, it works well to support and prop you up, particularly in the later stages of pregnancy. It’s also great for stopping you from rolling onto your back. Our only complaint was the rather utilitarian, cheap feeling cotton pillowcase, that though removable and washable, isn’t available in any other alternatives. 
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 best part of these Waist Trainers is that you will feel the immediate effect of as you put one of these on your midsection. You do NOT need to be a gym goer to feel and see the effects that a waist trainer will have. Any of the waist trainers in this collection will immediately boost your confidence the moment you put one on, as it will completely slim your waist and smooth out any bumps, while also enhancing your body's curves!

Since your rest is crucial to not only your own health but to the baby, picking the sleep aids that can help you rest more comfortably is an important step to consider. There are many pregnancy pillow styles available for you to choose from, but due to how different each and everybody truly is, you should take the time to research which you feel would be best for you.


“Really helpful for my back. I was having a lot of trouble sleeping from about week 20 and on, but this pillow really helped me find a comfortable way to sleep. Now, at 32 weeks, I am extremely glad I found this! It is small enough to travel with and doesn’t disrupt sleeping with another person in the bed. My husband actually really likes it because the edge of the pillow provides some back support for him, too! It’s also very easy to clean and to just take the pillows out of the case and throw the case in the wash. Some other reviews mentioned it not having enough room in between the pillows, which I can see, but after a day or two of sleeping with it, the case stretches a little (like any fabric does) and it gets roomier.”


While many pregnancy pillows give their support through firmness of material, this one does so thanks to a generous amount of soft polyethylene fill. That means it's also a genuinely comfortable pillow for the head and neck, making it suitable as the only pillow a pregnant woman uses while resting. It was also a slight improvement on the pillow fort approach we initially relied on for my wife.
Do not forget that a woman should always be fashionable and stylish, and pregnancy is a vital life stage allowing her to learn a lot about style and fashion and to apply this knowledge in practice. So feel free to go shopping on our website as it provides a great assortments of products that are known for their high-quality and a stunning design. Whether you need formal maternity dresses or something cute for a day at the park, you can buy maternity dresses online to suit any need. We have something for everyone, whether you prefer form-fitting, curve-hugging, or free-flowing styles. You can pair these sexy maternity dresses in Toronto, Canada with your favorite pair of hose, maternity leggings, or tights to complete the look, and don’t forget to pair them up with a cute pair of shoes. Maternity dresses no longer need to be plain and boring. Today, you can find styles that are as gorgeous as they are comfortable.
While many pregnancy pillows give their support through firmness of material, this one does so thanks to a generous amount of soft polyethylene fill. That means it's also a genuinely comfortable pillow for the head and neck, making it suitable as the only pillow a pregnant woman uses while resting. It was also a slight improvement on the pillow fort approach we initially relied on for my wife.
Pregnancy clothing specialists Mamalicious have jeans in lots of cuts, our pick of the collection are these slim fit, over-the-bump ones that nicely straddle the line between smart and casual. We found the bump band supportive, they stay where they should, and the fact that they come in waist measurements rather than standard dress sizes means it’s easier to find a pair that don’t gape at the back. 

They are durable. Buckwheat pillows contain a cotton bag filled with buckwheat hull. You can add or remove hull to suit your requirement. They are organic pillows, with very fewer chances of contracting allergies. You are also less likely to have heat build-ups during hot seasons and nights. Unlike the synthetic materials with a lifespan of two to five years, buckwheat pillows can stay for more than a decade.
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So, which trousers will work for you? Maternity jeans come in a range of styles. There are under-the-bump and over-the-bump options, or those with stretchy panels designed to expand with your impending arrival. The under-the-bump pairs should fit comfortably below your belly with a soft elasticated waistband. The over-the-bump styles come with an integrated stretchy band that, as the name suggests, fits over your tummy and helps keep you feeling together. 
We were impressed with London-based Seraphine’s comfy jeans. This slim-fit pair are a good compromise if you’re not a skinny jeans fan. We found that unlike many, these stayed up without unladylike tugging and have a button and fly beneath the concealed over-the-bump band, so if your top creeps up they look pleasingly like an ordinary pair of jeans. We just wished they came in more than one leg length. 
Discover the nursing bras you need at Thyme Maternity! Select a breastfeeding bra from our collection of nursing and maternity lingerie. Choose from full coverage to demi cups or nursing sports bras. If you're looking for a sleep bra, opt for our nursing bralette which offers all-day and all-night seamless support. Expertly-designed to let you nurse baby, you're guaranteed to find the best nursing bras for you!
Pregnancy will make you HOT. You may love the look of that flannel pillow cover (often interchangeable with a cooler cover), but if you need the pillow through any type of warm season it may not be what you want later on. You also may not like the feel of a full body design due to possible heat retention. Take into account the entirety of your use of the pillow before making a final decision.

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.
Side sleepers may find that they are well accommodated until later in their pregnancy when the weight of the baby begins to pull downwards and create a strain on their back. They also may find that they are unable to place their legs in the same position without feeling discomfort. Using a pillow that allows for total belly support, back support to lean upon if needed, and even in between leg support is often preferred when this begins to occur.
Some mums-to-be may find that under-the-bump styles work best for the second trimester and then move on to over-the-bump options as they get bigger. You might also find that a belly band can help any under-the-bump pairs stay where they should if you are finding your crotch heading for your knees. The best way to see what works for you is to try on a range of styles and see how you get on. 

The Victorian era roughly covers the years of Queen Victoria's reign to her death in 1901. Women spent a lot of time in the state of pregnancy, giving birth to an average of eight children with five making it through infancy.[2] Queen Victoria herself had nine. Pregnancy was considered a private matter not to be discussed in "polite" conversation. A garment called a "wrapper" worn by women at home before they dressed for the day was well-suited for pregnancy as well since it wrapped around and could be worn loosely or more form-fitting as needed. At that time women were used to wearing corsets and maternity corsets with laces for adjustment were available.[3][4]
In the last trimester of pregnancy, you will have difficulty getting into a comfortable position. This can be a very trying time for any pregnant woman and her partner. However, with the Queen Rose Body Pillow, you will be able to achieve the perfect position for your entire body. With 360-degree support capabilities, your discomfort will evaporate almost immediately.
As with many pillows, personal comfort is a major factor to consider, especially due to the ever-changing nature of pregnancy progression. Choosing from the many different shapes and styles can be a difficult decision, which is why we have provided more detail to each of the above choices with examples of personal trial runs. In some cases, you may find mixing and matching pillows, or using certain ones during different stages of pregnancy may help with your overall sleep comfort.
“This pillow has been wonderful! My gosh, it is so huge that at first I thought it was too big. However, it has been perfect, especially since it is hard to lie on my side all night naturally. I’ve had it for two months now and it has held up great. I even have two dogs who walk over it and I worry they’ll rip it, but they haven’t. I would definitely recommend it to any pregnant mamas out there.”
“Really helpful for my back. I was having a lot of trouble sleeping from about week 20 and on, but this pillow really helped me find a comfortable way to sleep. Now, at 32 weeks, I am extremely glad I found this! It is small enough to travel with and doesn’t disrupt sleeping with another person in the bed. My husband actually really likes it because the edge of the pillow provides some back support for him, too! It’s also very easy to clean and to just take the pillows out of the case and throw the case in the wash. Some other reviews mentioned it not having enough room in between the pillows, which I can see, but after a day or two of sleeping with it, the case stretches a little (like any fabric does) and it gets roomier.” 

We were impressed with London-based Seraphine’s comfy jeans. This slim-fit pair are a good compromise if you’re not a skinny jeans fan. We found that unlike many, these stayed up without unladylike tugging and have a button and fly beneath the concealed over-the-bump band, so if your top creeps up they look pleasingly like an ordinary pair of jeans. We just wished they came in more than one leg length. 

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.   

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My one gripe with this pregnancy pillow is that while the cover easily comes off, it can be somewhat of a chore to put back on. With practice you will find the best way to replace the cover (a scrunching the cover technique worked best for me). It’s a shame Leachco didn’t incorporate a zipper into this pillow. Even with this small downside it is still easily the best U-shaped pregnancy pillow on the market.

You may have a baby now, but you still need a little time to yourself. A baby bouncer can be a real lifesaver when you need a break. In our experience, the Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Deluxe Bouncer is the best bouncer for providing a safe, comfy, reasonably priced place for your baby to stay contained, entertained, and — if you're lucky — drift off to dreamland.

As a pregnant female, you’re going to suffer in a few keys areas, including the back, hips and legs. The Leachco Snoogle Mini is designed to provide targeted support to these body parts. The pillow can easily to be used in various positions to target the parts of the body that hurt the most at any given time. The pillow can be used for snuggling, cuddling and everything in between. 

Body pillows come in a wide variety of sizes. This is good, but it may also force you to experiment to find the one that suits you the best. If you decide to choose a wedge pillow, the size probably won’t matter nearly as much. However, size is paramount when purchasing a full-body pillow. It is vital to make sure you choose a pillow that perfect matches your height. You should be able to snuggle with the pillow comfortably and all parts of your body should be supported.
This enormous U-shaped pillow is great for those looking for solid support in the later stages of pregnancy. The fuller length and shape-retaining hypoallergic bead filling mean it’s great for supporting your belly, spine and knees, relieving pressure and keeping you upright on your side.  It is also designed with a soothing lavender-fragranced inner lining that some testers found very relaxing. We found it an extremely comforting and comfortable style, although the size does make it a little anti-social if you’re sharing a bed. Partners should be prepared to squeeze rather than snuggle up.
Some mums-to-be may find that under-the-bump styles work best for the second trimester and then move on to over-the-bump options as they get bigger. You might also find that a belly band can help any under-the-bump pairs stay where they should if you are finding your crotch heading for your knees. The best way to see what works for you is to try on a range of styles and see how you get on. 

I bought this for lumbar support while side sleeping and I could not be happier. I found it to be every bit as fluffy as the picture. I did expect it to be firmer (As some of the negative reviews said it was too hard - which was actually why I got it) but it still does the job just fine. It's particularly good because it means I can switch sides without having to adjust anything (I had previously slept with a heavy blanket rolled up against my back). This has also alleviated my shoulder pain that was occurring as my shoulders get full support too, not only from behind but because the pillows height is just perfect for me and my shoulders don't roll in like they used to. I am finally sleeping pain-free. You just can not put a price on that.
My one gripe with this pregnancy pillow is that while the cover easily comes off, it can be somewhat of a chore to put back on. With practice you will find the best way to replace the cover (a scrunching the cover technique worked best for me). It’s a shame Leachco didn’t incorporate a zipper into this pillow. Even with this small downside it is still easily the best U-shaped pregnancy pillow on the market.
Believe it or not, there are many different types of pregnancy pillows. The most common will wrap around the entire body, but there a few others as well. Wedge pillows are another great option. These pillows are far more compact, so they will not consume so much room on your bed. Unfortunately, the triangular or round wedge pillow will not be able to support your entire body. Therefore, you’ll still need a pillow for your head. The steepness of the wedge pillow can differ from one manufacturer to the next. Therefore, these pillows are commonly hit or miss.
We recommend a minimum of 3 maternity/ nursing bras - one on, one in the wash and one available to wear as needed. It is common that your nursing bra will get wet from excess milk flow & hence a good set of nursing pads is always recommended. There is a lot of love, care and attention gone into each Cake maternity/ nursing bra. We stand by the quality & fit of our bras to ensure you have all the care & protection you’ll need.
Now, it is time to begin delving into the factors that separate one pillow from the next. Pregnancy can be a stressful and messy time. You shouldn’t be surprised, if you wind up dropping your cup and soiling your pillow. With a regular pillow, this would be a major problem. However, you can likely salvage the pillow if it has a protective cover. A removable cover is definitely a necessity. With a removable cover, you’ll be able to keep your pillow in pristine condition very easily.
Now, it is time to begin delving into the factors that separate one pillow from the next. Pregnancy can be a stressful and messy time. You shouldn’t be surprised, if you wind up dropping your cup and soiling your pillow. With a regular pillow, this would be a major problem. However, you can likely salvage the pillow if it has a protective cover. A removable cover is definitely a necessity. With a removable cover, you’ll be able to keep your pillow in pristine condition very easily.
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This enormous U-shaped pillow is great for those looking for solid support in the later stages of pregnancy. The fuller length and shape-retaining hypoallergic bead filling mean it’s great for supporting your belly, spine and knees, relieving pressure and keeping you upright on your side.  It is also designed with a soothing lavender-fragranced inner lining that some testers found very relaxing. We found it an extremely comforting and comfortable style, although the size does make it a little anti-social if you’re sharing a bed. Partners should be prepared to squeeze rather than snuggle up.
Finding the right balance between size and comfort can be very difficult. However, the Puredown U-Shaped can solve this problem for you. This pillow is versatile, appropriately sized, and reasonably priced. Plus, the pillow is available in two cool colors, blue and beige. The pillow measures in at 32 by 56 inches. While it is bigger than conventional pillows, it is smaller than many other pregnancy pillows. This makes the pillow easy to move and even easier to store.
PharMeDoc specializes in orthopedic bed pillows, as well as wellness and fitness products. Their pregnancy pillows are created with overall body comfort in mind and are specific to supporting spinal alignment. The 62-inch length and 30-inch width that is fully adjustable provides this full body, slightly c-shaped pillow versatility to use at any point in your pregnancy, or even for body pillow support afterward.
I love my body pillow. Purchased because I had thoracic outlet syndrome likely due to sleeping on my stomach. This helps me sleep on my side more comfortably. I actually sleep with it upside down so I can use my own head pillow (the top of the U is not comfortable for putting my head on due to the seams). It gets a bit warm but it could be worse. Happy with my purchase.
"In the year since the beginning of the Military History Collections Inventory project, other members of the team and I have seen just about every type of military uniform we could conceive of. We have learned to identify branch, rank, even time period of different uniform pieces with relative ease, which is why we were surprised to come across a uniform unlike any we had seen before. It was a blue smock top paired with a white blouse and blue skirt, and it turned out to be a United States Air Force officer’s maternity dress uniform."[14] 

The newly-designed AngQi U Total Body Support Pillow is a pregnancy maternity pillow that was developed with a physical therapist to provide customized support throughout your pregnancy or after pregnancy. This comfort full body maternity pillow is perfect to give expecting moms the relaxing sleep they need by easing common pregnancy discomforts. Also great for after the baby arrives, this soft cushy pillow provides support for comfy feeding positions. Easily molded in to various shapes.
The original nursing bra is a timeless classic for pregnant women and breastfeeding moms. This go-to style, made from soft, breathable cotton, provides around-the-clock comfort. All Bravado Designs nursing bras have our proprietary, easy open and close, one-handed Bravado Designs 'b' nursing clips. In addition, the full drop away cup design allows for maximum skin-to-skin contact. A bra conversion kit is included so you can convert your nursing bra to a 'regular bra' once your nursing journey is complete. All Bravado Designs styles are tested and certified in accordance with oeko-tex standard 100 requirements, which ensures products are free from harmful substances.

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We love this well-priced pillow that’s designed to support you when you sleep on your side. It’s a similar shape to the JoJo Mama Bébé maternity pillow in that it snakes around to give both back, bump and knee support. It’s a great depth and density, which works well to keep you upright, though it doesn’t offer any lower leg support and taller testers found they still needed another pillow between their knees. The entire pillow and case are machine washable, which is very practical if you choose to use it as a feeding support too.
It should come as no surprise to learn that the KHOMO Full Body Pillow might be a little too bulky for some women. Nevertheless, its massive size offers major benefits. Once you’ve added this pillow to your bed, you’ll never need another one. It supports all parts of the body and also combats those nasty allergies. For the price, this maternity body pillow is easily a steal.
“Five months pregnant and sleep was beginning to become difficult. My only regret is that I waited until I was pregnant to get one of these. It’s so comfortable, I wish I had one a long time ago. I was concerned about the fluffiness of the pillow; I saw several others where they were really flat. This pillow is definitely plush, and fluffy. I’m not used to sleeping in one spot; I usually wake up horizontal, even with my husband in the bed. He said it was a nice break for him ‘cause it kept me on my side of the bed. I’ll have to get used to that. Other than that, it made sleeping easier and very comfortable. We have a king-size bed and it doesn’t take up as much space as I thought it would. Husband said it didn’t bother him … keep in mind, it kept me in one spot, so he’s happy.”
I loved this article! It was so informative. Thank you. I was on the fence between the Snoogle and the Back N Belly but you’ve helped me make my final decision, Snoogle it is! My only question is I was thinking of getting a nursing pillow before the 2 weeks of sleepless nights and caved to get myself the body pillow and so since I’m spending so much on the Snoogle do you think I can use this as a nursing pillow as well?
It's no secret that babies require a lot of stuff for a successful outing, so a good diaper bag is one of the most important purchases a parent-to-be can make. Based on personal testing and research, the Skip Hop Duo Signature is the best diaper bag for most parents, with a reasonable price tag, loads of pockets, several stylish patterns, and easy-to-wipe fabric that can take a beating.

The Victorian era roughly covers the years of Queen Victoria's reign to her death in 1901. Women spent a lot of time in the state of pregnancy, giving birth to an average of eight children with five making it through infancy.[2] Queen Victoria herself had nine. Pregnancy was considered a private matter not to be discussed in "polite" conversation. A garment called a "wrapper" worn by women at home before they dressed for the day was well-suited for pregnancy as well since it wrapped around and could be worn loosely or more form-fitting as needed. At that time women were used to wearing corsets and maternity corsets with laces for adjustment were available.[3][4]


There’s nothing like a brand new dress to make you feel fantastic and here at Seraphine, all of our styles are designed to fit and flatter your figure through every stage of pregnancy. Seraphine is the fashion destination of choice for expectant mamas all around the globe, loved by A-list celebs and royals alike. Inspired by the latest trends and cleverly adapted to make the most of your changing body, browse our collection to find dresses or maxi dresses for any occasion.

When you're out and about with your newborn baby, traditional bras can make nursing much more difficult than it has to be. Enjoy a more convenient nursing experience along with plenty of support with a nursing bralette or breastfeeding bra from the special collection at Old Navy. A shelf bra offers the familiar fit and feel of conventional styles with an easy access shoulder clasp so you can be ready to feed your little one in just a few seconds. They are also fully lined to give you a silky and easy to wear feel you'll appreciate more and more as the day goes on. You can also get an added level of support with a wide strap racerback design for more even distribution and a stretchy hem that allows it to slip into position at a moment's notice. Every undergarment is this collection is made for simple wash and wear maintenance so you always have the right options for your outfit, and deliver all the slim and streamlined cushioning you need to take on the day with confidence and comfort. Discover a range of great options for new mothers in the updated inventory of nursing bras now in stock at Old Navy Canada.
• Comfort. This should be at the top of your nursing bra must list during the first four to six weeks after having baby, says Stephanie Nguyen, founder of Modern Milk and a certified lactation consultant. She recommends stretchy nursing bras to accommodate the breast changes mom experiences during this time. “Look for nursing bras in soft fabrics,” Nguyen says.
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.   
This pillow is an extremely popular product among mums-to-be, apparently even Cheryl Tweedy was a big fan while pregnant. The focus of this pillow is to support your bump and lower back, which our testers found it did a great job of, preventing them from rolling onto their backs and comfortably maintaining a side-on position. As with most of the pillows, it comes with a machine washable cotton cover, and five new print designs have just launched for the autumn.
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