I do not understand how pregnant women survived back in the olden days before the advent of the Snoogle maternity pillow.
How did they sleep? How did they get comfortable? How did they manage to support their blossoming bellies and their swollen ankles and their stiff backs? And, how did they manage to survive each and every pregnant night without chastising their husbands for being too hot and bony? (Not that I know anything about that.)
My husband told me the other day that he thinks I like snuggling with my Snoogle more than I like snuggling with him. I denied it, but the truth is he’s completely right. If we’re talking about warm, snuggling pregnancy comfort, my Snoogle wins hands down.
I know there will come a day that I have to put the Snoogle back into storage for the sake of my marriage– but for now, I’ll revel in the fact that at least I can be (somewhat) comfortable at night even though I’m huge and pregnant and have to pee every three minutes. Thank you Snoogle.
Question for you: How did you sleep when you were pregnant? And, more importantly, how long did it take you to give up your Snoogle after you had your baby?