Bump Nest is a company that began with the concept that a pregnancy pillow should be both luxurious and therapeutic. Thus, they created their beautiful, modern pregnancy pillows and acid reflux systems specifically to help expecting mamas grasp that much-needed and well-deserved sleep.
Something unique about Bump Nest that I wanted to share is what they do with the scrap fabric from making their gorgeous pillows. The scraps are used in a program they call Scraps2Caps. Baby caps are made with them then Bump Nest teams up with various charitable organizations to distribute them to needy babies in North America, Africa, and India.
I am absolutely in LOVE with this body pillow and the base support system. It not only works to make me comfy and relieve my indigestion, but it works incredibly well at doing so. Before, when I had issues with acid reflux plaguing me at night, I would stack up a bunch of pillows. Effective, yes. But horribly uncomfortable, especially when you’re supposed to sleep on your side while pregnant. Plus, the pillow stack would begin to collapse sometime during the night.
Another thing that I used to do to attempt to make my pillow stack more comfortable was place a pillow at an angle up to the stack. This helped a bit, but eventually the slanted pillow buckled and I was back in discomfort. And I still had issues with the pillows on my stack slipping.
With Bump Nests’ Acid Reflux Relief System, I not only have a pregnancy pillow that is perfect for keeping me my on side and making me comfortable, but also has a base support system that gently and effectively lifts my upper half up at an angle to relieve heartburn.
Another plus about this pillow is that the covers on each pillow can be removed and washed.
The one thing I did worry about with this pillow was if I would need to kick my husband out of our queen-size bed to make way for it. Fortunately, it is compact enough that my husband is nary even aware of it.
Ashley F says
This looks great!! I’m not currently pregnant, but I do have acid reflux disease, so this would be awesome even now!