The versatile Boppy Pillow with Slipcover helps you ergonomically position your baby during nursing and feeding, providing comfort to both of you. Designed with an expandable midsection that accommodates all waist sizes, the machine-washable pillow is firm and retains its shape. The C-shaped pillow also can be used to prop up your baby after feedings, as a tummy time aid when your baby grows older, and to support baby when learning to sit. This must-have pillow is designed to give you and baby the support you need throughout the first year. The versatile Boppy pillow lifts baby to a more ergonomic position for comfortable feedings, then transitions to the perfect spot for propping, tummy time and learning to sit. Comes with a cottony cute slipcover that is removable for easy washing. Additional slipcovers sold separately.
what parents are saying
My Boppy made the first few weeks of breastfeeding much easier! I also love that it can be used for modified tummy time, and a prop when baby starts sitting. (May 10, 2017)
The Boppy gets high marks for its multi-functionality that extends beyond breastfeeding support and some moms can’t imagine nursing without it. weeSpring moms also love to use this pillow for other purposes like tummy time or learning to sit up straight, and some found it helpful for propping up babies with reflux. They also like the washable pillow covers that are available in many colors and designs, and suggest buying more than one.
The Catch: Some moms complain that the pillow doesn’t fit properly around the tummy or support enough support to hold the baby at breast level.
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This is worthless for breastfeeding, don’t get it for that. Where it excels is younger siblings. Place it around your toddler/ preschooler, then lay Down babe. They can hold their sibling “all alone”
Aug 18, 2019
While I like this pillow for some support it didn't hold in place and I often found still having to use both hands to breastfeed. I used it more often for back support or prop my daughter up.
Jun 12, 2019
I love the boppy pillow because I am a plus size mom and this fits around me so well in order to breast feed. I don't have to worry about the strap or anything else in order to wrap it around me.
Feb 20, 2019
It is easier to nurse baby with this Boppy billow to help prop baby up so your back doesnt hurt from slouching over. The baby can use it to lay on, for tummy time and also to learn how to sit up.
Feb 11, 2019
I used my Bobby for almost 2 years to breastfeed! It made nursing so easy for me and not comfortable for my daughter. My husband also liked it to hold the baby to support his arms when theyd get tired
Jan 21, 2019
I haven’t used this for my baby (as I’m expecting), but I have used this while caring for other newborns. I live that there are so many patterns available, and there are many different ways to use it!
Dec 01, 2018
Necessity! When your a first time mom and not use to holding a baby all the time this saves you when sitting, breastfeeding, and can grow with your babe for sitting them up supervised. Easy to wash to
Oct 24, 2018
This is a great pillow for bottle feeding. Didn’t love it for nursing though because my baby kept kinda sliding in and it was just awkward feeling. I also like this pillow for propping baby up.
Oct 07, 2018
Used only for sitting up with my first, second one I fed after a surgery and it was a dream (can only imagine breastfeeding would be easy!) and its great to help prob the baby when learning to sit.
May 25, 2018
I like this well enough. I find that I have to put a blanket as a wedge between the pillow and my belly when my babies are little but I like this more that the alternatives. Lots of cover options!
May 08, 2018