From the practical to the practically weird
When pregant, it is generally recommended that the mom-to-be sleeps on their side as it helps blood flow to the placenta. A curled body pillow like the Snoogle is an absolute must to help prop up the body in bed through the night. It works much better than a pile of pillows that can get bumped off the bed. The Snoogle helps regulate body temperature which allows for a better night sleep.
Hanging by the pool or lakeside is a great way to beat the heat in the summer, but it can be uncomfortable on a pregnant tummy. This inflatable floating mattress changes that by providing a comfortable hole for your tummy to rest in. Your baby can now stay cool while you're floating belly-down in the water. If lounging in the sun isn't your idea of fun, it works great in the home for sleeping on your front.
How can you make Cheesecake Factory cheesecake better? Have it delivered right to your door. Technology has finally caught up to your pregnancy cravings, with cheesecake ready to eat out of the packaging. Protip: You can keep cake moist by eating it all in one sitting.
With your own personal digital listening device, you can do what the OB does in the comfort of your own home. Listen to the sound of your baby's heartbeats and hiccups whenever you want. The little device allows you to plug in headphones for you to listen or to plug into a recorder to save as a memento.
Going to the restroom with a baby can be daunting at the best of times. This novel baby hanger, the BabyKeeper, dangles your kid from the top of a restroom stall and securely keeps your baby off the who-knows-how-clean floors. When you're ready to leave, the BabyKeeper doubles as a baby carrier.
At about week 20 of pregnancy, your baby's hearing has developed to a point where sounds and voices can be recognized. With a pair of baby bump headphones, you can deliver a safe level of soudn to your baby's ears. They have special adhesive on each mini-speaker that stick to a belly, delivering sound right to your baby's ears. You can then play a loved one's voice recording, stream Mozart or even some heavy metal.
Do you know of expectant parents who clearly aren't prepared to be parents? Perhaps you don't, because that expectant parent is you. This book is the missing manual to baby care that you've been looking for. Drawn in the style of flight safety placards, the book details the hilarious Do's and Don't's of taking care of a newborn.
Have a pint of ice cream that needs to be kept away from significant others, children in the house or co-workers at the office? Protect what's rightfully yours with a lock on the ice cream so that everyone around you stays honest and alive.
"Oh, you're expecting, how wonderful? Congratulations! Do you know what you're having?"
"Well we're pretty sure it's going to be human, but our outside bet is that it's a dinosaur!"
If you've ever wanted your t-shirt to answer the most none-of-your-business questions on your behalf, this t-shirt will do that.
If minimizing stretch marks is important to you, then you'll want to keep your skin soft and supple to increase its elasticity. One way of doing that is by using belly butter, which can keep the skin on your baby bump soft and moisturized. Made with 99% natural cocoa, shea and jojoba butter, this is is specially formulated for mothers-to-be and baby too.