Missing Out on Tummy Time
If you loved sleeping on your stomach and hogging every inch of the bed with your limbs splayed out, you probably hated being pregnant. Contrary to popular belief, sleeping on your stomach is unlikely to squish your baby; the problem is how uncomfortable it becomes after our bellies start to balloon.
You might have been tempted to cut a deep hole in your mattress and shove your belly in it, but there’s a more furniture-friendly way to reclaim your tummy time. @jen.norgaard came up with a cheap and easy solution, using a pool floatie as a comfortable and supportive barrier between her belly and the bed.