Baby Feeding Pillow - half price £12.49 @ Argos
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Baby Feeding Pillow - half price £12.49 @ Argos

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Found 17th Mar 2013
Baby Feeding Pillow - half price at £12.49. Gets good reviews - lots cheaper than alternatives out there.

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I didn't know you could feed babies pillows. Do they like them, or do the still prefer rusks?

alasdair67

I didn't know you could feed babies pillows. Do they like them, or do the … I didn't know you could feed babies pillows. Do they like them, or do the still prefer rusks?



From the look of the picture you have it the wrong way round... oO

Love this pillow!

You're a funny one, alisdair.

What do you do for an encore? Kill a cat?

Really pointless, just use your arm!

AnnaMak

Really pointless, just use your arm!



Not pointless at all. My wife had one when our daughter was born back in 2007 and it provided a great deal of comfort for them both during feeding times.

Pokey

Not pointless at all. My wife had one when our daughter was born back in … Not pointless at all. My wife had one when our daughter was born back in 2007 and it provided a great deal of comfort for them both during feeding times.



sorry, have to disagree, nothing better for baby then being held by mother not some polyester and i have fed 2 kids
Edited by: "AnnaMak" 17th Mar 2013

I went instore to see it first before purchase. It comes flat in a vacuum bag so I didn't buy it. Fine if it is for yourself, but not good if you wanted to give it as a gift like I did! No outer packaging or box or anything!

Heat added though as it has good reviews and is a nice price.

AnnaMak

sorry, have to disagree, nothing better for baby then being held by … sorry, have to disagree, nothing better for baby then being held by mother not some polyester and i have fed 2 kids



Maybe so, but doesn't mean the item lacks a genuine purpose and use.

reserved mine, thanks for posting. my friend used one of these and couldn't praise it enough

It makes your arm ache to hold them for half an hour! It's good if you have a bad shoulder or back.

I'm sure you could buy a regular pillow for a fifth of that price and it will do same job

Yet another 'baby' gimmick. It's a good price for the product so i've voted hot, but it's still a total waste of money.

1on4

Yet another 'baby' gimmick. It's a good price for the product so i've … Yet another 'baby' gimmick. It's a good price for the product so i've voted hot, but it's still a total waste of money.




Totally agree

Nice

I just used a couple normal pillows when my arms got sore, a pointless product I say, keep your money for nappies!

Aldi had the v-shaped ones for £6.49 a few weeks ago. Makes this one look expensive for something that does the same job.

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AnnaMak
sorry, have to disagree, nothing better for baby then being held by mother not some polyester and i have fed 2 kids


The baby is still held by mother and experiences particular closeness to mother when also attached to a boob! I also have two heavy babies and these helped save my back. Ordinary pillows need constant readjustment - these are shaped to sit around you reducing tension and taking the pressure off. Different people have different needs - thank you OP!

I used to love this when I was pregnant, used it all the tine to support my bump when watching tv in bed. incredibly helpful for supporting your baby's weight when holding them. I also used them for tummy time and to help my daughter learn how to sit up. they're really useful not just for feeding

Also great for sitting baby in when they are really little on the sofa and also good for using as an aid to helping them when they are learning to sit up

Shows as £24.99 now :-(
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