Maternity Sleepwear

Written by Norene Anderson
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Maternity sleepwear should be comfortable and move with you, not against you. The last thing you need is to make the effort to turn over in bed and become twisted or bound by your sleepwear. A cotton and spandex blend makes a comfortable fabric for pajamas. The lightweight stretch makes it easy to move without binding. Another popular blend is polyester and rayon. It is soft and non-irritating.

If you prefer a gown instead of pajamas, try the blend of cotton, polyester, and spandex for comfort. This nursing gown has a wrapped v-neck for easy breastfeeding access. The flared skirt is non-binding and easily moves with you. Comfort is the most important feature of maternity sleepwear. You certainly do not want to lose sleep wrestling with your gown or pajamas.

More Choices in Maternity Sleepwear

Maternity sleepwear also comes in nightshirts. The nightshirt is 100 percent cotton and has an inverted pleat in the center for easy access to nursing slits. A matching baby gown makes this an adorable gift for mom early in the pregnancy. Many have cute nature and animal combination pictures such as bears and sheep, moon and bears, and others.

A really comfortable set is the boxer and cami top combination. Stretch comfort of cotton and spandex makes this duo move when and where you move. The waistband is full elastic for added stretch without binding. This style can be worn post delivery for nighttime nursing. Many robe and gown sets are available in maternity sleepwear. Materials from flannel to cotton to nylon with stretchable spandex will make your night's sleep good.

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