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The Best Pregnancy Pillows

  • total body support pillow

    Moonlight Slumber Comfort-U Total Body Support Pillow

    The Comfort-U Pillow by Moonlight Slumber cushions every angle of your aching body with Fusion Foss fiber. It feels soft and stays soft, but it provides support where you need it most with its classic "U" shape. This is the perfect pregnancy pillow if you want to feel like you're surrounded by a giant cloud. ($110; amazon.com)

  • boppy total body

    Boppy Total Body Pillow in Ringtoss

    Need a lift? We love the Boppy Total Body Pillow for moms who need a little extra support to ease those tired muscles and aching joints. Firmly filled and shaped to fit your pregnant curves, this maternity body pillow might just be your new best friend. ($50; buybuybaby.com)

  • pregnancy wedge

    Boppy Trellis Pregnancy Wedge

    Let's face it, not everyone wants to splurge on a fancy pregnancy pillow. But you still have options even if you're on a budget. Sometimes you just need a little cushioning in just the right spot, and this totally affordable maternity pillow delivers. Use it to add a little extra lift while sleeping on your side, or place it between your knees to help relieve joint stress. ($16; kohls.com)

  • leachco contoured pillow

    Leachco Back N’ Belly Chic Contoured Body Pillow

    It's a maternity pillow; it's a breastfeeding pillow; it's amazing! Uniquely designed to curve completely around your body, this pregnancy pillow helps you lie comfortably on your side and transforms into a wraparound breastfeeding cushion after your little one arrives. ($85; bedbathandbeyond.com)

  • inflatable pregnancy pillow

    Pregni Pillow Inflatable Pregnancy Pillow 

    Traveling while pregnant may not be the most relaxing thing in the world, but at least you can bring along a portable pregnancy pillow to make the trip a little more comfortable. While you can't stuff a full-size body pillow into your suitcase, you can fit the inflatable Pregni Pillow in your carry-on to support your body on the go. ($45; amazon.com)

  • todays mom pillow

    Today’s Mom Cozy Comfort Pregnancy Pillow

    The Cozy Comfort Pregnancy Pillow by Today's Mom gets our vote for "most lavish" because it gives you total body support. It has all the right curves, it's full, it's fluffy and it's so comfortable to lie on that you won't even remember that you're expecting. But don’t forget that it's lavish for a reason: This large-and-in-charge pillow will totally stake its claim to your bed. ($80; bedbathandbeyond.com)

  • prenatal support pillow

    Boppy Prenatal Support Pillow

    If you just need a little extra support for your knees to take the pressure off your hips, this is one of the best pregnancy pillows to try. Place the pillow just where you need it for side sleeping, then use the bolster to add additional support under your back, neck or belly. The kidney-shaped design lets you decide how much support you need without taking up all of your bed space. ($40; buybuybaby.com)

  • humanity family sleeper

    Humanity Organics Family Sleeper

    Tight on space? Now your pregnancy pillow can double as a co-sleeper after your baby arrives. The Family Sleeper by Humanity Organics gives you added support for your pregnant body, then turns into a mat and bumper you can attach to your bed as a co-sleeping unit. Bonus: It's made with organic cotton. ($175; amazon.com)

  • self adjusting body pillow

    Leachco GrowtoSleep Self-Adjusting Body Pillow

    Sometimes it feels like your belly expands overnight, doesn't it? When you need a little extra stretch in a maternity pillow, try out the Leachco Grow to Sleep Self-Adjusting Body Pillow. The stretchy elastic panels conform to your body's needs and they’re super soft and supportive at the same time. ($65; bedbathandbeyond.com)

  • leachco snoogle pillow

    Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow

    When you're pregnant, you can feel hot even when everyone else is chilly. For the hot-blooded crew, we picked the Leachco Snoogle maternity pillow to keep you fully supported without making you feel like a sweaty mess. Its materials are phthalate, latex, lead and BPA-free. ($60; motherhood.com)

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