Disclosure: Leesa® provided a free product to facilitate this post. However, all opinions stated here are my own.
Does your mattress talk to you? Mine does. When I lie down on my Leesa mattress, my heavy with almost-ready-to-be-born-twins body descends lightly into her supportive core, and I can hear her say, “You can relax now, mama, I’ve got you.” I can feel all the pregnant-mama pressure I carry with me throughout the day slip away. I don’t even need to bring a pregnancy pillow to bed with me: my girl Leesa has my back (and tummy, and neck and legs).
Our family’s sleeping arrangements are slightly unorthodox, but based on what I hear from my followers, not that unusual. We operate on one simple principle: Whatever works. That is, whatever gets each member of our family the best quality sleep every night is what we’re going to do. That would be why there is currently a twin Leesa mattress on a bedframe wedged perpendicularly between the wall and our queen-sized bed. Referred to as “the overflow bed,” it’s actually mainly MY bed.
While the occupants of the queen-sized bed vary, oddly enough it is often the smallest member of our family (the 2.5 year old) who spends most of the night there. But not to worry, I like keeping the most comfortable mattress in the house to myself!
So what’s so special about a Leesa mattress? Well, I’m no mattress expert. I am, however, a three-time pregnancy veteran, so I am an expert in the discomfort that comes with growing humans inside one’s self. Much of that discomfort comes from being unable to get comfortable in bed to get some much-needed rest.
The first time I lay down on my side (the only real sleeping position possible for most pregnant women) on my Leesa, I let out an audible sigh of relief. I don’t want to say that I sink into the mattress, because that isn’t quite what it’s like. It’s more like I lie down and am firmly but pleasantly engulfed by a supportive platform. Not too firm, but not too squishy, either. I don’t toss and turn to get comfortable because I immediately am. Sometimes when the going gets tough as a stay-at-home mom, I put on Paw Patrol and escape upstairs just to lie down on my Leesa for a few minutes until my absence is noted.
But Leesa isn’t just for pregos! It is designed for all sleepers, and so far all the sleepers in my family have had a turn in it.
The mattress is composed of
- a 2-inch Avena™ foam top layer for cooling and breathability
- a 2-inch memory foam middle layer for body contouring and pressure relief
- a 6-inch dense core support foam for durability and structure for sleepers of all sizes
You can feel good about shopping with Leesa, one of Forbes’ “Top 20 Startups to Watch.” Leesa mattresses are American-made and come with a 100-night, risk-free guarantee and always free shipping. For every ten mattresses sold to consumers, one is donated to a shelter. They’ve donated over 24,000 so far! As if that weren’t enough, Leesa plants a tree for every mattress sold and donates 1% of every employees’ time to volunteer work.
Your Leesa mattress arrives compactly rolled and protected in a shipping box: it’s easy to bring it up to your bed and set it up in minutes! (No need to yell “PIVOT!” as you try to wrangle it up the stairs.)
I’m 100% satisfied with my Leesa Mattress, and I think you will be too!
How to get your Leesa Mattress today:
Order online using discount code MAMANLOUPSDEN for $130 off any Leesa mattress. (No expiry on that code! Yay!) If you’re in the US, over 80 West Elm stores nationwide carry Leesa mattresses for you to try! Leesa mattresses are sold (and ship free) in Canada, the US, UK and Germany.
We all deserve a good night’s sleep … or at least a comfy place to try and sleep while our children do everything in their power to prevent us from sleeping …