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lovemybabyboy Sat 22-Jun-13 21:29:35

I was looking at getting a nursing pillow but was wondering which one to get, I was thinking of getting the widgey nursing pillow but wanted to see what others recommend before buying.
Thanks in advance!

noblegiraffe Sat 22-Jun-13 21:37:51

I bought a widgey but it was annoying and useless, too fat and it turned out to be easier to feed without one.

It has been useful for propping baby into a sitting position though.

TrudyW Sat 22-Jun-13 21:54:12

I got a widgey, it was my mum that suggested I got one and gave it a try and thank god I did, thought it was amazing, took all the strain from your arms and back when feeding for long periods. I just used to push it around my waist and lay little one on top and feed away. I'm pregnant with baby 2 now and will def be using it again, I recommend it.

And I second that its good for helping baby to sit up as they get older. I got so much use out of mine

lovemybabyboy Sat 22-Jun-13 22:32:18

Thank you both for your replies smile

delasi Sun 23-Jun-13 00:39:48

I got a standard V pillow (M&S, £15). I bought it whilst pregnant for sleeping on - one bit between knees, curve under bump, other end under back, to deal with the various aches and pains! Then when DS was born I could prop it with one part behind me then coming around either side and in front to support him on. He's 6mo and we still use - generally for comfort, for feeding, and for propping him up when he wants to sit with us on the chair/sofa. It came with a removable cover that washes easily. Was quite possibly one of my best buys grin

TinkyPeet Sun 23-Jun-13 01:00:13

V pillow! Mill shop for a fiver x

Raaraathenoisybaby Sun 23-Jun-13 01:19:22

V pillow from Dunhelm 9.99 and there are covers in lots colours 2.99. I'm lying on it right now grin wish is had it wih dd1 as I'd god forbid you have a c section it's a god send either in front or behind you to bf. I use mine all the time for night feeds

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