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Getting a good night's sleep when pregnant can be tricky; you're faced with intense dreams, restless legs, and a big and uncomfortable bump.
Second time around pregnancy seems to take its toll on the growing body a little quicker than the first time and never more so then at night when you are trying to get a good night's sleep. For several weeks of pregnancy during the second trimester I was happy wedging a memory foam pillow between my legs and found it easy enough to roll from side to side without much effort. I had one pillow for my bump, two between my legs and one to cuddle or wedge behind my bum.
The Theraline pillow is body length and is angled in the middle into a shallow V or boomerang shape and is filled with tiny beads so it moulds softly to your body and keeps it's shape. The length of the pillow is a real bonus, even very tall people will find this ample to support their entire leg length as well as bump, chest and arms.
It does take a bit of trial and error to work out the best position to be comfortable in as aches and pains shift around but it is much easier with the Theraline pillow than with five normal pillows to work out the optimum sleeping position! The pillow came in a floral yellow cover, which isn't to my my taste but it is a removable, washable  cover which is a good thing considering the amount of sweating I do in pregnancy! I tend to get quite hot when I am pregnant and one of my main criticisms with the pillow is that it seems to make me feel even hotter than usual and caused a lot of sweating, of course it is hard to know if this is just normal hormonal shifts or caused by the pillow material, or a bit of both. We were provided with a Theraline Maternity Pillow for the purposes of this review, but you can buy one for around ?45. May 7, 2014 by homemadetoast 7 Comments I’ve had the itch to come back to this little blog for a few months now.
The thing is… you can totally skip the rest of this and just sew the two contoured pieces together without any fabric in between.
Now, trim the edges of the zipper piece so that it is exactly the same width as the other pieces (3-inches)… leaving you with one 180+inch strip of fabric.
Now, center your last strip in the middle of the inner part of the pillow, so that the seam of the strip is right in the middle. Now, place the second contoured piece right side down over the entire piece you just sewed together. When everything has been sewn up carefully clip the curves, unzip the zipper, turn right-side-out and STUFF!!
I just finished using your pattern to make my daughter-in-law a pillow since she is pregnant with triplets and due in January. AYChoose a full-body pregnancy pillow to provide support for the head, back, hips and neck. Opt for a wedge pregnancy pillow if you want to support your stomach while sleeping on your side.
Consider an organic pillow if you prefer an all-natural product or allergic to specific materials and fabrics.
New TalkMum blogger Sharmila has been trying out the Theraline Maternity Pillow, designed to offer comfort and support during pregnancy. However as I moved into the third trimester getting comfortable at night became a whole lot harder especially in the hip area.

Moving became a logistical nightmare so I was very happy when I was offered the chance to review the Theraline Maternity Pillow. The general idea is that depending on what your discomfort or physical need you can  find a way to position the pillow round your body to create support where needed.
As I am quite short (5'4”) I was able to also have my head on one end of the pillow and my foot supported at the other end. The pillow comes with a basic illustrated sheet of suggested positions and I used this as a starting point but had a good play around with it the first few nights and found that I created one that wasn't on the sheet. You can also put the whole pillow into the washing machine which I can imagine would be useful if your waters broke on it!
The length of the pillow, which can be its greatest asset, is also at times a bit irritating as I tend to get tangled up in it as I turn over and take it with me but all in all the Theraline pillow has been a definite asset to my maternity kit and I am looking forward to trying it out as a nursing pillow. I had originally planned to come back after baby comes in June, having a handful of posts ready on the back burner and a well-planned and organized schedule to follow – but I just can’t pass up the opportunity to post with all of you new visitors every day!
Since this thing is over 4 feet long and nearly 3 feet wide, you’ll be taking up a good portion of the bed. Originally, I had planned to make a liner and a cover for my pillow, both using an identical pattern.
Now, round the corners of the inner flappy thingers you just cut, just like you did the outer corners. Center the zipper at the top (right side down) and pin your giant strip into place – carefully following the edges and pinning as often as necessary to keep the strip aligned with the corners. After you have sewn the strips to both the inner and outer parts of the pillow, the strips will meet up at that little corner – most likely with quite a few inches of extra fabric.
Since I had the fabric and zipper in my stash already, this whole pillow only cost me about $12!
It helps alleviate the pains of pregnancy arising from the transformation that takes place. And so more pillows entered the bed creating a Berlin wall of 3-4 pillows dividing the marital bed and involving a lot of huffing and puffing every time I wanted to shift position or, effort of all efforts, roll over onto my other hip. The beads in the pillow allowed me to comfortably create a dip to accommodate my bump and at the same time a firm section for my legs. Literally, the day before my water blob tutorial went viral my husband and I decided that it would be worth it to try out again.
So, for now it will be a little chaotic and disorganized but I am excited to be back and sharing what I love to do with you guys!
I got a little too impatient and excited after I had finished what I intended to be my cover and just ended up stuffing it as-is. Then, sew two more together, then two more… so you end up with three SEPARATE 80-inch long strips.
Your strip of fabric will be slightly longer than your zipper, just center the zipper in there.
Make sure you overlap slightly so that your seam will be on the inside of the zipper before it begins or ends.

You will end up with a little extra fabric hanging off the end, don’t worry about it for now.
Aside from care provided by the husband and other family members, one effective implement for support is by choosing the best pregnancy pillow. This type of pillow is placed between your legs to enhance body alignment aside from holding up your head and body. In this case, try the extra breathable pillow to derive absolute comfort during these periods. However, it is in effective in mitigating late pregnancy distress, stiffness, and body aches.
Because it is so long you also have something to hug which helps to keep the chest open, a real relief to the upper chest muscles as they get contracted in pregnancy as the breasts gets heavier.
I have also used it as a supportive back rest and folded in half to create a raised bolster on the sofa to sit on and to rest my head and chest on when doing child's pose during the day to rest my lower back. Maybe my I forgot what it was like near the end of my other two pregnancies, but I really don’t think it was ever this bad. Because I stuffed it so firm and with cheap stuffing, after a few weeks of use the stuffing has started to just barely poke out of the fabric, making it kind of itchy. Now, trim the strips at a 90-degree angle so that they are flush with the corner of the contoured piece. The pillow is designed with contours to extend support, comfort and elevation for the whole body.
So… my advice would be to either use a thicker, nicer fabric than just a plain cotton like I did (minky would be a DREAM!), make a liner AND a cover, use a better-quality stuffing, or just be prepared to lay a soft blanket over your pillow like I do!
There are overlapping ends for double head support and elevates your upper and lower torso. The primary benefit of the light maternity pillow is its effective back support, comfort and easy adjustment. The maternity and nursing pillow supports different stomach sizes and alleviates acid backflow. You will find a variety of styles manufactured by reputable companies if you visit an online or offline retailer that sells bedding accessories. The pillowcase is made of a soft-woven Microfiber and hypoallergenic fillings which guarantee absolute comfort. If you turn over, move the pillow to the other side and insert it under your stomach again.

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