A feeding support pillow to take the pressure off your upper body.
Hey Perth Mamas! Are you finding breastfeeding physically challenging on your wrists, arms, hands neck, shoulders or back? Feeding Friend is a feeding pillow made for you!
Feeding Friend is an arm support pillow designed to self-inflate and is suitable for different shaped and sized bodies.
This unique, wedge-shaped pillow was developed by Perth mum Amanda, who suffered carpel tunnel in both hands as a result of cradling her breastfeeding baby and was advised to use a pillow to take the load off her arm, relaxing her shoulders and encouraging let downs.
While the majority of breastfeeding pillows are horizontal and flat-levelled, Feeding Friend’s self-inflating design offers versatility for any body and breasts, regardless of size and shape.
Feeding Friend provides a flexible level of support aimed at helping you feed your baby in the most comfortable position for you, taking the strain off your arms, wrists, hands, neck, shoulders and back and helping you relax your body during feeds.
Special offer for Perth Mums: Use code FF20P at checkout for 20% off Feeding Friend!
Feeding Friend is endorsed by Australia’s favourite breastfeeding expert, Pinky McKay, which is a fantastic stamp of approval for anyone looking for some extra physical support with feeding.
The pillow can also be used for bottle feeding! That means mums, dads, grandparents and other carers can use Feeding Friend for a bit of support while feeding baby.
Along with the support for upper body while feeding, Feeding Friend is portable, rolls up easily into a storage bag and is practical for feeding your baby while you are at play dates or out and about.
Please note - Feeding Friend is a support aide for your arms, and not a feeding implement to leave you hands free.
Perth Mums can use code FF20P at checkout for 20% off Feeding Friend. You’ll also be supporting a WA family owned and operated business!
A happy Mama means a happy bubba, so don’t let feeding your baby be a struggle on your body. You can read more about Feeding Friend at the website and the Facebook page.