When you’re pregnant, you’ll probably face some sleepless nights. That’s because the bigger your belly gets, the more uncomfortable you’ll feel when you’re trying to sleep. Added to that are the multiple trips to the bathroom at night.
By the time you’ve reached month nine of your pregnancy, some women joke that you might as well sleep right next to the toilet!
This blog is part 5 of Pregnancy Help Online’s blog series, Where to Buy the Best Maternity Clothes. If you missed our last three blogs in this series, you can read them here:
Where to Buy the Best Maternity Jeans
Where to Buy the Best Maternity Athleisure Clothes
Where to Buy Maternity Clothes for Work
To help you get as comfortable as possible during this uncomfortable time, we’ve rounded up the best maternity pajamas. As a bonus, most of these pajamas are nursing-friendly and can be worn long after you give birth.
Motherhood Maternity Snuggle Bunny PJ Set
These leggings are super soft, and come with a matching t-shirt. The shirt provides plenty of room for your growing bump, plus it has side access for nursing if that’s how you plan to feed your baby.
ASOS Maternity Sweat and Jogger Set
With a space-dye finish and long-line style to cover your growing bump, this oh-so-comfy set will become your downtime uniform!
A Pea in the Pod Button-Front Nursing Pajama Set
The relaxed, straight fit of these PJs make them perfect for lounging and sleeping. They’re made of extremely soft jersey knit material to keep you comfortable. You’ll want to wear these jammies long after pregnancy! They’d also make really great pajamas to bring along with you to the hospital when it comes time to deliver.
Gap Maternity Modal Sleep Nightgown
This nightgown’s material is modal, a super-soft rayon blend, which makes it perfect for pregnancy. It’s also a great length which won’t get too short as your bump grows. Plus, the ¾ sleeves provide a little warmth for cooler nights without making you feel too hot.
Gap Maternity Modal Soft Sleep Pant
These soft sleep pants are perfect for pairing with your favorite maternity tanks and tees. Oh-so-soft and loose fit, they’re a great alternative to wearing leggings.
Leachco Snoogle Total Body Pillow
OK, so this one’s not technically pajamas, but it’ll definitely help you sleep easier! It replaces the multiple pillows you’d need to help support your hips, back, neck, and tummy. By the end of your pregnancy, you bump will probably start feeling super heavy. This pillow gives you some much-needed support and takes the pressure off your lower back so you can catch some zzz’s.
If you’re having a hard time thinking about how you’ll handle another baby, or how you can make motherhood work, adoption is always an option. Modern adoption allows you to choose the adoptive parents for your baby, and remain in contact in the future. To learn more, visit LifetimeAdoption.com. Questions about adoption? You can call (or text!) Lifetime at 1-800-923-6784.