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Boppy Slipcovered Total Body Pregnancy Pillow
What it is: The undulating curves of this pillow follow the line of a side-sleeping pregnant woman, helping to cradle her growing belly, tired head, and tense back. It even keeps knees apart! Later, it can double as a supportive nursing pillow or a backrest during storytime.
What to watch out for: Some say that over time the pillow's stuffing can develop frustrating clumps and lumps – the last thing you need when you're already tossing and turning.
Available at Target starting at $49.99
Boppy Pregnancy Support Pillow - Petite Trellis
What it is: This J-shaped pillow is designed to support your back to soothe sciatica and lower back pain. Boppy fans appreciate its removable, washable case, compact medium size, and it doesn't take over your bed.
What to watch out for: Some of the complaints are that the pillow doesn't stay as firm as they would like.
Available at Target starting at $39.99
Boppy Prenatal Sleep Wedge
What it is: If the other pregnancy pillows make you feel like you're sleeping with a third, giant human, this smaller, lightweight option may suit you (and your partner!) better. The dense wedge is easy to place wherever you need it. It offers ergonomic support when used under the belly, and better hip, leg, and back alignment when used between the knees. Unlike some of the other pillows, the cover is truly easy to get on and off.
What to watch out for: You might want to try a thick, firm standard pillow or even a rolled-up blanket before buying this. Some moms say those DIY solutions perform just as well.
Available at Target starting at $15.99
What it is: Moms-to-be who swear by this rectangular pillow say that simple is better. Without all of the crazy curves or complicated shapes of other pregnancy pillows, all you have to do is wrap your body around this soft log. Those with stuffy noses and sensitivities to allergens also appreciate that it's got a pollen barrier, pet dander barrier, and a hypoallergenic fill.
What to watch out for: If you're looking for a firm pillow, this one might be too cushy.
Available at Target starting at $60.00
Side Sleeper Pillow
What it is: Although it's not designed specifically for expectant moms, many in-the-know pregnant women turn to this contoured pillow to make side sleeping more comfortable. The ergonomic shape supports the proper head, neck, and spine alignment. Fans say it relieves pain by allowing neck and shoulder muscles to relax completely.
What to watch out for: Since it's not memory foam, it might lose its shape or sag.
Available at Target starting at $25.00
Yorkshire Home Pregnancy Support Pillow
What it is: It may look like a droopy Yosemite Sam mustache, but this pregnancy pillow wins raves from sleepless moms-to-be. The design supports the back and belly as it raises your head (bye-bye, nasal congestion, and heartburn!). Plus, it doubles as a fabulous reading-in-bed back support. Even if pregnancy is making you toss and turn, this pillow will catch (and cradle) you on each side.
What to watch out for: The seams (too flat from shipping) and the length (too short) are two common complaints.
Available at Target starting at $34.99