9/01/2015

Theraline Nursing & Pregnancy Pillow - Competition





There are so many products that people tell you that you need when you are pregnant and there are so many more that you want and think you need too. In reality there's not that much that you do need and only some of the items I bought when I was pregnant I actually used.



One of those products being the Pregnancy and Baby Feeding Pillow from Theraline. I was lucky enough to review one when I was heavily pregnant with Noah which you can read all about here. That pillow was a godsend and gave me many comfortable nights and every pregnant Mama knows how much that means. 



Even when Noah was born I continued to use it as it was great for feeding and he loved to sleep nestled up in it too. That's why this product is probably my number 1 item when it comes to pregnancy and I cannot recommend it enough.



How would you like to win your very own? All you need to do is enter via the rafflecopter form below, good luck! (Remember to check out my other competitions too!)




1. 1 prize to 1 winner.
2. Prize supplied directly from the PR.
3. Competition ends 1/10/15
4. Incomplete entries with be disqualified.
5. UK entries only.

117 comments:

  1. Panty liners for those little accidents later in pregnancy!

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  2. A good fitting bra - really helps with the back ache x

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  3. Someone else to do the housework!

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  4. Over the bump leggings! They don't have to be maternity ones... I bought cheapy supermarket ones in a few sizes up.

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  5. BIG KNICKERS nothing worse than knickers that roll down!

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  6. slip on slippers! saves the bending attempts lol

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  7. Comfy leggings so not tight and plenty of help with housework xx

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  8. a maternity bag full of essentials

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  9. Big m and s knickers!...totally essential!

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  10. Comfortable clothes and slip on boots - Jodie Cook

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  11. fluffy socks or slippers, my heels got so cracked and sore :(

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  12. Ice lollies, really helped when I couldnt keep anything down, lemonade was my preference x

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  13. Some comfy pj bottoms - I had a pair that were really loose but still stayed up - they were perfect!

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  14. Comfortable clothes and pyjamas.

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  15. A good bra

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  16. My husband! He has been doing sooo much as I am really struggling with back pain.

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  17. Comfy stretchy clothes as when they rub or are too tight, it just seems to make everything more uncomfortable

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  18. Plenty of comfy clothes, i really didn't realise how hard it was to stay comfortable x

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  19. For a first pregnancy, lots of good, clear, sensible information and moral support.

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  20. Comfy clothes with no restrictions x

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  21. comfortable clothes and underwear x

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  22. big comfy knickers

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  23. Heartburn relief, I'm pregnant with baby 3 and it seems to get worse each time.

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  24. loose fitting clothing - I can't bear anything tight on my bump!

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  25. Really good, scent free moisturiser. I found my skin was so itchy , both bump and back, this really soothed it. Alex Telford

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  26. cream for your stretching belly

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  27. New Look black maternity trousers for work. I lived in mine when I had my twins and I'm nearly ready to fit in them again x

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  28. My pregnancy essentials where always leggings! (never jeans and i always felt restricted) and a good cream for my belly to stop itching!! :)

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  29. I would say leggings some thing comfy x

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  30. Never been pregnant but my sister is trying so anything to make her more comfortable when pregnant is essential for me!

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  31. Maxi dresses (with yoga pants on underneath) .... just so comfortable

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  32. My maternity jeans - I live in them!

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  33. get your hospital bag ready really early. I was caught out in my first pregnancy when my son made his appearance 7 week early. Also big baggy t-shirts and a fan as i got way too hot xx

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  34. A really good moisturizer my skin dried up really bad and i got eczema!

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  35. a maternity bag full of essentials

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  36. Pregnacare moisturiser and tablets, as well as my PJs

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  37. A sofa to kick my partner out of bed when I can't get comfy! Ha just kidding pyjama bottoms or baggy trousers!

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  38. For me it was calamine lotion for my unbearably itchy stretch marks

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  39. Friends and family support, cant do without them. J Nduna

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  40. Lots of moisturiser as my skin gets ridiculously dry when pregnant!

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  41. A cupboard full of healthy(ish) snacks and comfortable underwear.

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  42. Over the bump leggings and chocolate

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  43. Over the bump jeans and leggings! Soooooo comfy! Xx

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  44. Coconut oil to keep skin supple!

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  46. Well post and i agree with you because pregnant women need this type of product in pregnancy and this article give us good idea and also tell me how to use this pillow thanks for share it pregnancy pillow .

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  47. A quality pregnancy pillow is an incredible approach to get alleviation from torment in the lower back when attempting to sleep at night. Numerous specialists suggest getting a lot of rest all through a pregnancy. Disposing of the torment and getting tremendously required rest will help with the pregnancy experience.

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  48. Pregnancy pillows are available in a variety of sizes. The smallest ones are big enough to be placed beneath your belly. The largest ones are often called Body Pillows which are designed so as to fit your body from head to toe.

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  49. Grow nursing pillow was formulated by the founder of Grow while her youngest son was in the post-natal unit. It is compact and very helpful; this pillow has earned good reputation from the rave breastfeeding consultants, as it assists mothers with children to latch properly.

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  50. Pregnancy can be pretty uncomfortable, exhausting and demanding. Then there’s the problems that the missus has to deal with too! I also obviously used the pillow for relaxing when watching TV in bed. Again, it can be positioned in a number of ways, such as curled around head and arms or underneath legs.

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