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    Default Maternity Pillow

    Just want to get opinions from all you lovely mum's out there on what maternity pillow you use? Where did you get it and how much did it cost? I can't get comfortable no matter how I sleep and I'm not even big yet everywhere hurts lol. All the maternity pillows I've seen online haven't been to my fancy but I'm fussy
    I saw an ad on youtube for one, it was a MASSIVE U shape, but the whole ad was just the lady and it made me think, where does DP fit into this hehe. www.mycomfortu.com and they're usually about $150 but they have a sale price for $100 which I think is great because that's the price I've seen every other going for and they haven't looked as good. Feel bad spending so much on something though!!
    Anywho, what worked for y'all?

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    Kmart body pillow $25, saved my sleeping!! Looks cheap but did wonders & I slept soo well with it. Had bubs 4 weeks ago & I still haven't stopped sleeping with it! Hubby hopes I'll kick it out the bed soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashleighfirgaira View Post
    Kmart body pillow $25, saved my sleeping!! Looks cheap but did wonders & I slept soo well with it.
    This

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    I just used a boomerang pillow and but a normal pillow under my belly. Even took the boomerang to hospital too.

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    I only realised this morning (when DH had to get up super early to work) that my "pillow" is actually him

    I'd suggest spooning if your partner is happy with that! I'm getting great sleep!
    He takes up no extra room, and is nice and warm.
    His only complaint (which he talks about with a grin, so don't think it counts) is that the baby enjoys beating him at about 3am every morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashleighfirgaira View Post
    Kmart body pillow $25, saved my sleeping!! Looks cheap but did wonders & I slept soo well with it. Had bubs 4 weeks ago & I still haven't stopped sleeping with it! Hubby hopes I'll kick it out the bed soon...
    This for me too! Althoug I have stopped using mine! ;-)

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    I got a u shaped pillow from baby bunting around $60! To be honest a boomerang pillow between your legs and a normal pillow under your belly does the same thing!
    I use my maternity pillow like that now as I was getting to much hip pain!!

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    I bought a Belly Bean, google it, I LOVE it, takes up hardly any room but is so comfy.

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    I second the belly bean - I got it after I had terrible gastro at just over 20 weeks. They had no pillows at the hospital. I couldn't take up half a bed because mu dh is 6 foot 7 and wouldn't have fit! Out of everything this has been my best, most used purchase so far. I'm hoping to use it for breastfeeding too!

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