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
Love my boppy for feedings, tummy time and just letting him lounge on the bed to watch cartoons. (Jan 27, 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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I had a c-section and this boppy pillow made holding and nursing my baby so much more comfortable. I also used our boppy with my older children during tummy time and while learning to sit alone.
Oct 20, 2020
I was under the impression that this is a must have however I find very little use for it. It does support my baby as much as I hoped it would and the shape is quite awkward for a small baby.
Sep 19, 2020
I didn't buy one for the first month thinking it was the same as a couch pillow. I was wrong. My back was in so much pain before I got a boppy and it is so worth it. They have cute covers too!
Sep 09, 2020
I like this nursing pillow a lot, but with 3 months of use, it started to lose its firmness, shape, and also began to rip. Watch for tearing! My baby got ahold of some stuffing. I wish it held up more
Jun 21, 2020
I didn't find this to be all that helpful for breastfeeding. I could never get the angle right and it didn't position her correctly, but it worked well for bottle feeding and for propping baby.
Feb 14, 2020
I was skeptical but makes a world of a difference using this vs your arm. You do have to adjust your sitting/ leg position to elevate pillow though. My baby loves sleeping in the middle of it
Feb 05, 2020
I initially had plans of using it for breastfeeding but that didn't work out and I use it for bottle feeding since my baby is a little chunky it helps with his weight support. And I use that for tummy
Feb 01, 2020
I love the boppy pillow for the beginning stages of breastfeeding. Works great to get into optimal position for baby to latch. Once we get it down it's not used much except to help him learn to sit
Jan 28, 2020
It is great for sitting baby up and breastfeeding occasionally. Baby seems to sink down and I find myself leaning over to try and feed my baby. I notice that my back gets sore using the boppy.
Jan 24, 2020
This pillow was not ideal for breastfeeding in the first 4 months. Instead, I found the Boppy was better suited from about month 4-7. Wish t it could be a more versatile. Wasn't my go to pillow.
Jan 02, 2020
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Milkflow™ from UpSpring created the first ever lactation cookies made with the dream team of ingredients: Fenugreek and Blessed Thistle. These two essentials work together to help naturally promote breast milk supply in those early days, during your baby’s growth spurts (when you’re glued to the glider for feedings!), and pumping sessions.
Available in Oatmeal Raisin and Double Chocolate Chip, cookies are non-GMO and made in the USA with all natural ingredients. These tasty treats come in packs of two—perfect for tossing in your diaper bag for a healthy snack on the go. Each box comes with 10 packs (20 cookies total), so you’ll be able to keep your milk production going strong while keeping “Hangry Mom Running Errands” at bay. It’s a win-win.
Moms are all about multi-tasking (just ask anyone who can fold laundry, while doing an Amazon Prime order, while playing peek-a-boo with the baby.) Luckily, here's a way to get multiple things done at once, with a lot less juggling...
UpSpring Milkflow Coffee Pods give nursing women a much-needed caffeine fix—along with milk-boosting duo fenugreek and blessed thistle—in just one cup of joe. A lactation supplement in easy-to-brew coffee? Yes, please!
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Ready to pop in a pod and get back to that master multi-tasking? Because there's a diaper bag to be packed + car keys to be found.