It was very difficult for me to choose, but this time I was very thankful that I had bbhugme with me when I was at the hospital. I was hospitalized by week 37 because of high blood pressure, and at that time I didn’t bring my bbhugme and I wasn’t able to sleep well. I made sure to bring my bbhugme with me during labor. bbhugme helped me a lot at nights and I slept very well, it also helped me with back problems and pelvic girdle pain.
Best bbhugme moment:
I am not the only one who loves bbhugme. My five year old son loves it too. A lot of times we need to agree on who’s turn it is to use the pillow either on the couch or when we sleep. He borrows it at times when he sleeps and I end up taking it back when he has fallen asleep. One time towards the end of my pregnancy he said “mommy when the baby arrives than I can have the pillow because you will have the baby”.
Advice for other pregnant mothers:
1. Get a bbhugme, it took me some time to understand that I had pelvic girdle, and bbhugme helps a lot during pelvic girdle pain.
2. I recomend using bbbhugme in bed and at the same time as support when you are laying on the couch. Try different positions until you are comfortable, a lot of times one position can be helpful for one day but the next day you need to find another position that is more comfortable.
3. Bring bbhugme with you to the hospital during labor, and I used mine a lot during breastfeeding.
4. Use it as a safe zone for your baby. My girl loves to sleep on one side pointing her nose towards her bbhugme.
5. Do some research, search bbhugme on Instagram, Facebook etc, and get some inspiration of how you can use bbhugme.
Sincerely Anja. @bluebellsa - Instagram