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8 best robes for new moms you’ll never want to take off

After having a baby, moms can feel run down, what with all of the late-night feedings and midnight diaper changes. Sometimes the days blur into the nights, and we want to just throw on something comfortable to relax in. That is where a comfy robe will come in handy. They’re soft, and they’re just a simple piece of clothing that can easily be thrown on in the middle of the night. Here are some of the best robes for new moms.

Amazon Essentials Women’s Lightweight Waffle Full-Length Robe

Made with luxurious cotton and polyester, this robe is warm and comfortable for those late nights. It is a kimono-style bathrobe and comes with a tie closure.

Kindred Bravely Emmaline Maternity & Nursing Robe

Coming in both black and gray colors, this robe is created with 95% modal and 5% spandex for the ultimate in comfort for not just your skin, but for when you hold your little love. It has a tie closure and it is machine washable. It is super lightweight and comfortable.

Posh Peanut Mommy Robe

Posh Peanut’s signature maternity robes are made to match the swaddled one, so Mommy and baby can look alike! Created from bamboo materials, the robe is extremely comfortable and has deep pockets. It comes in over 50 different styles.

Just Love Kimono Robe

Live in pure bliss with Just Love’s Kimono Robe. It is created with ultra-soft velour that will make you never want to take it off, it is so comfortable. It has a cute scalloped pattern that adds a sweet little touch to the robe itself. It comes in various sizes and many colors.

NY Threads Women’s Fleece Bathrobe

When you want to be cozy, a fleece bathrobe is just the thing that you need. The NY Threads Women’s Fleece Bathrobe is the perfect bathrobe to keep yourself warm and toasty at night when you are taking care of your little one. It is 100% polyester with a tie closure that is adjustable. It comes in various colors and sizes.

Ekouaer Maternity Robe

This soft and supple robe is breathable and comfortable for new moms who will never want to take it off! It has a 3/4-sleeve design and a gorgeous scalloped bottom for added beauty. It is great for a cool summer’s day.

N Natori Nirvana Brushed Terry Bathrobe Robe

With luxurious pockets and a belt-tie, this bathrobe is a great choice for mid-spring to early summer. It is made of 68% rayon and 32% polyester for ultimate comfort. It comes in various sizes and colors.

U2SKIIN Women’s Cotton Robe

Created with 100% all-natural cotton, this robe is the top when it comes to comfort, especially in the middle of the night. It has pockets to store items like mobile phones or other small items. It comes in lovely colors and various sizes.

All of these robes are great choices for new moms. From terry to fleece to cotton, all of these will provide great comfort to a new mom who wants to just relax.

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