The Lansinoh Breastfeeding Pillow is comfortable, portable, and helps support proper breastfeeding positioning. By sliding onto the arm, rather than around the waist, the thoughtful design is perfect for c-section tummies and one size actually fits all, regardless of shape and size.
Also known as a baby feeding pillow, it allows mum to naturally bring baby up to the breast to nurse rather than leaning over, which is ideal for positioning, latch and avoiding back pain. This feeding cushion can be used in multiple hold styles including cradle hold and rugby hold.
As a small and lightweight nursing cushion, it is ideal for today’s on-the-go mum for use both at home or out-and-about.
Our breastfeeding cushion is one of the easiest cushions to use. Simply slide your arm through the cushions and you’re ready to breastfeed your baby in any position you feel comfortable.
Machine washable 40°c, dry flat and do not bleach, dry clean or iron.
Baby Nursing Pillow Fabric Information: Shell: 100% Cotton; Lining: 100% Polyester; Filling: 100% Polyester.
Nursing pillows are ideal for breastfeeding as they position the baby up to the breast which can help avoid back pain over long feeding sessions. Our through-the-arm design also means the pillow is one-size-fits-all and is more comfortable for c-section stomachs.
Our baby feeding pillow’s dimensions are 28cm x 24cm x 14cm meaning it should fit in most baby changing bags – perfect for feeding on the move.
A pregnancy pillow is designed to support the body throughout pregnancy, alleviating back pain and allowing for a more comfortable sleep. A nursing pillow, however, is much smaller in design and is used to naturally bring the baby up to the breast for an easier and more comfortable feed.
Yes, a newborn can be put on a nursing pillow for feeding sessions. However, it is not recommended that they sleep on a breastfeeding pillow.
It is likely that you will use a nursing pillow every time you breastfeed due to the comfort. However, after four to six months your baby’s head and neck will be more stable, and you may find you can feed without the pillow.