Reddit Reddit reviews Leachco Snoogle Mini Pregnancy/Maternity Compact Side Sleeper, Sage/White dot

We found 19 Reddit comments about Leachco Snoogle Mini Pregnancy/Maternity Compact Side Sleeper, Sage/White dot. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Leachco Snoogle Mini Pregnancy/Maternity Compact Side Sleeper, Sage/White dot
Can help provide targeted supportCompact size is great for travelCan help provide support for neutral positioningSham-style removable cover is machine washable
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19 Reddit comments about Leachco Snoogle Mini Pregnancy/Maternity Compact Side Sleeper, Sage/White dot:

u/geekymama · 11 pointsr/BabyBumps

This is a life saver. I'm only waking up to pee.

u/djensen · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

The snoogle helped in the beginning. As I hit about 34/35 weeks the hip pain (especially at work) became unbearable and I made an appointment to see a chiropractor. Get the body pillow. It's worth it. I have this one and it works just fine. I'm 5'4"

u/tercerero · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

I use the Snoogle Mini. I like it. Glad I got the green one, because the brown one looks like a turd.

u/agust0816 · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I use this. It curls around to the belly also. I have a bad back also. Plus with this pillow, you can curl it up into a ball and use to elevate your swollen feet.


u/d8911 · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

We have a queen sized bed and I'm also 5'2". I got the mini snoogle and it works perfectly for me

u/splendyam · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

I have this one

It's a smaller one but I like it because I can use it and not take up our whole queen sized bed.

u/Aloof_pooch · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I am really starting to need this as I am quite uncomfortable and only going to get bigger as the baby grows.

Thank you so much for chance. You are really awesome!

u/wrightrat · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I got the snoogle mini for about half the price. It came with a little diagram for different positions. It's not one I would use as a head pillow (I have a great pillow for my head). But i use this for my bump/back/legs/thighs in different ways throughout the night. It's smaller and easier to throw around than a traditional snoogle. I share a queen bed with hubs and a toddler and it hasn't been too much of a pain (had been using three pillows originally, including a body pillow and a boppy). The poor reviews I've found are from people who thought they could shove their whole body into it, mostly. But like I said, you keep your usual head pillow :-)

u/Mathochistic · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I am due one day after you and am having similar issues. Two things have helped:

u/thesunnyPNW · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Two friends passed along pregnancy pillows to me and it has definitely made a huge difference in the quality of my sleep.

Firstly, this snoogle is one I had high expectations of (who's going to badmouth a snoogle?!) but it's only okay for me, possibly because it's a bit small? The friend who passed it along to me is just over 6' and I'm only a little shorter than her, but it just doesn't ... I don't know, it's a lot of work to get comfortable in it.

The other pillow I got is just a long, rectangular body pillow. I was surprised that I slept as well as I did with it. I only wish I had two (for the back support) but one firm sleeping pillow tucked into my back usually suffices. Plus, I think my husband would feel crowded right out of the bed with two of these.

u/meowsiff · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

Aw man, that is so sweet! My body pillow is still doing its job for the time being, but I've been looking at the Snoogle Mini and am wondering if it's as comfy as the bigger one that you have. I'm just shy of 5'2" and we're stuck in a full sized bed for the time being, so I'm trying to save as much room in the bed as possible!

u/cygnets · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I put one end between my legs and the other under my armpit and it tricks me into thinking I'm sleeping on my stomach. Rolling over is tricky but in between rolls I sleep like a champ.

u/telepathetic_monkey · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I want this terribly bad... The past week or so I haven't gotten good sleep because my hips hurt so bad, I'll wake up ever hour just because of the pain. I have to try and prop my ever expanding baby belly with pillows and blankets and that leaves me shivering in the middle of the night.

Thanks for the contest!!

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I didn't have any in the first trimester, but I had a streak last week of ALL NIGHTMARES. It was terrible. It finally let up a few days ago.

I also noticed that every night I slept with my Snoogle mini that I would have a nightmare. Strange! I think it might have been because I felt like someone was in bed with me, even though I knew I was alone.. like feeling the presence of the pillow along my back or side, I would kinda feel like someone was there while I was in a weird half asleep state.

I tend to have nightmares when I'm not sleeping very well. It could be the same thing for you, maybe due to stress or fatigue? Also if you have been napping more than usual that could mess up your night time sleep to where you could have more nightmares and vivid dreams.

u/TX4Ever · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

There is a mini snoogle that might be helpful.

u/mnnsn · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

I got a Snoogle Mini, which doesn't take up as much bed space as the big Snoogle. It's been a life saver.

u/whynotbunberg · 1 pointr/AugustBumpers2017

They make a mini snoogle that looks like it's designed to be used under the head or not. No personal experience but if you try it, let me know. I got a full sized snoogle but I miss my old pillow.

u/Smile_for_the_Camera · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Dude get the Snoogle on Amazon. It says it's a pregnancy pillow (which is originally why I bought it) but it is so freaking comfortable, even my husband snuggles against it at night.

u/whenwillthewaitend · 1 pointr/BabyBumps

If I had it to do over again I would have gotten the Leachco Back 'n Belly or the "chic" version of that pillow. What I actually got was a mini snoogle and while it was fine and perfectly sufficient early on I'm now having to supplement it with a couple of other pillows. Sure using 2 other "normal" pillows that I already had laying around the house is cheaper but it's also a huge pain. Every time I roll over or get up (ya know, approximately 20+ times a night trying to get comfortable or getting up to pee) I have to move every single pillow then re-position every single pillow. There is nothing that takes you from mostly asleep to wide awake during a position change like having to wrestle a snoogle and also move 2 other pillows while struggling to get everything in the perfect spot. And, ya know, no pressure to make sure it's all in the right spot because if it isn't I'll just wake up an hour later with severe rib/back/round ligament/whatever pain and won't be able to go back to sleep at all.

At this point the $60-90 for the back 'n belly (or chic version) that I thought wasn't worth it is feeling 100% worth it. I'd love to have a pillow that goes around so I can just roll over and already have stuff on the other side if that makes sense. I've actually seriously considered spending the money just for the 3rd trimester because honestly maybe 3-4 more weeks is enough to get my money's worth. At this point anything that helps me not hurt all the time and helps me sleep is kinnnndaa priceless.

So that's my advice. Definitely get a pregnancy pillow. Definitely don't think about "but it's so expensive for something I'll only use for X long!" unless you just really don't have the money in your budget. Get whatever you honestly think has the best chance of keeping you comfortable for the next however long, including the 3rd trimester instead of saying "maybe this will be good enough and it's so much cheaper!" like I did.

ETA: If it matters I had a bad lower back before pregnancy. I've also always had a tendency to get intercostal chondritis (rib pain) and pregnancy has only made that 100x worse. And I have bad pelvic girdle pain. If you don't have any preexisting issues and you don't end up with PGP it's possible you wouldn't need as much support to stay comfortable.