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lalaclassic wrote:Can this pillow double as a lamby neck pillow for travel?
No - it's way too large.
This pillow can work for supprting baby while you nurse, feed or just cuddle. It is also aAMAZING to use as a pillow to set on top of when recovering post partum - it is the world's best pillow for hemorrhoids or tail bone injury as it's actually large enough to hold your whole behind versus those stupid donuts & it tapers at the edges, & is a bit bendy - so you can squeeze the U shape more closed or pull it more open as needed for comfort. I actually think this thing should be marketted for hemmorhoids & tail bone injuries, it's that good. And it did make a good nursing pillow as well. I have like 3 of them - one for me to set on while recovering & one upstairs & one down stairs. It works well for helping baby to learn to set up without smashing their heads. It will NOT hold them up, just be a nice place to fall over. It is great for tummy time you can prop their belly up on it with a few toy below so it helps babies who hate tummy time have hands free movement & something fun to do rather than have your face 2 inches off the carpet. My kids (5 & 2) still have it kicking around the living room to use it as a pillow to prop their heads on while watching TV & laying on the floor. It's all in all a good investment if you use it in all the ways we do.
Some say "My Breast Friend" pillow is better & maybe it is, but I can't imagine it's as versatile. I liked my boppy (obviously) so much so that I got two more. LOL
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Insane price, but we already have a Boppy. I'd be all over it otherwise.
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