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What does a new mom need most?  I’m sure if you poll new moms (or any mom for that matter!) sleep will be on top of their list!

No matter which way you lay, your head and neck remain in proper alignment, with the Floating Comfort Pillow.

Here’s why The Floating Comfort Pillow is a must have that will not disappoint any new mom:

  • It’s the only pillow clinically proven to improve the quality of sleep, as noted by a peer-reviewed study conducted at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
  • Benefits include deeper sleep (no more waking up to fluff your pillow!) and a reduction in neck pain.
  • It’s customizable. Choose your preferred filling (fiber, foam and, feather) and level of comfort – just fill the pillow with tap water until you reach your desired amount of firmness.

Remember to visit our CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE to see more great gift ideas and giveaways.  Scroll down to enter to win a Floating Comfort Pillow.  Good luck!



1 Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Floating Comfort Pillow!

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us if you are a back, stomach or side sleeper.

** GIVEAWAY NOW CLOSED.  Please see our WINNER’S PAGE for winner’s information.**



Remember to visit our CHRISTMAS GIFT GUIDE to see more great gift ideas and giveaways.


Christmas Gift Guide 2017

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heather c

Monday 15th of January 2018

Side sleeper over here.

Lily Kwan

Sunday 14th of January 2018

back sleeper

Leah Shumack

Sunday 14th of January 2018

I used to be a stomach sleeper until I got pregnant. Now I can't seem to get comfortable sleeping that way and it's been a long time since I've had my daughter! Seems like I'm a permanent side sleeper.

Betty Curran

Sunday 14th of January 2018

I was always a stomach sleeper until I was pregnant with my first child. Now I'm a side sleepter.

Philip Lawrence

Sunday 14th of January 2018

I have always been a side sleeper.