Amazon Vetted- The Best Pregnancy Gear
Pregnancy sleep is almost impossible toward the end. Yes, it's nature's way to prepare you for the baby, but it's terrible. Hear that, Nature? This pillow helped me sleep relatively better. It supports your back and/or your belly. You can also just use 5 separate pillows, which I tried for awhile. But this may be easier. $45
Lots of women who I know, when they finally are ready to have kids, they're surprised it doesn't happen right away. Turns out a lot of women need to track their cycle. And if you're going to do it, I suggest this kit. It's $100, but if it takes more than a couple of months, or you have more than one kid, it's more cost effective than the disposible sticks. Plus it's more accurate. And, it'll make you really excited for "egg day".
Cinnamon Jolly Ranchers
My nausea was relatively mild, so I may not be the best test source, but I did find cinnamon to be really helpful in making me feel better. I pretty much lived on cinnamon jolly ranchers. $12 for a POUND. *need not be pregnant to consume.
A friend passed this along from her doctor- apparently fish oil helps with the "foggy" pregnancy brain. 7 months post partum and I still take it on days when I feel particularly foggy. $9.
I developed sciatica during my second pregnancy, and this band was one of the only things that took the pain off. Super glamorous, I know. But it worked. $24.