Perfectly Happy People Widgey Nursing Pillow - Animal

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Perfectly Happy People Widgey Nursing Pillow - Animal
Our nursing pillow is strong and firm to provide good support to the baby whilst feeding and support their back. (Soft pillows offer no support to the babys spine). The Perfectly Happy People will also grip around your waistline comfortably offering you a feeling of security and remove the need for you to keep adjusting it for comfort during feeding.

Our multi use pillow has many functions including pre-natal back support for you, optional between knees support whilst sleeping or as a wedge to rest under your tummy when sleeping on your side. Rest your baby, within the curve, on the floor after feeding, prop your baby within whilst they learn to sit upright and cushion their fall if they topple over.

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Older kids can lie on the pillow to watch their favourite programme. Removable 100% cotton washable cover.

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Perfectly Happy People Widgey Nursing Pillow - Animal

1238809

4.69 out of 5 based on 16 user reviews Breastfeeding

€39.99 or 3,999 points

39.99

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Widgey Nursing Pillow is a doughnut-shaped polyester pillow which can be used as a support pillow during pregnancy, support pillow for breast feeding and a nursing pillow while holding baby on your lap.

Important Notice

The Perfectly Happy People Widgey Nursing Pillow featured on page 79 of Bump, Birth & Baby magazine has the incorrect price. The correct price for the pillow is €39. We apologise for any inconveniencecaused.

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