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Luna Lullaby Bosom Baby ReviewPrice: $59.00 List | $53.97 at Amazon - 9% off
Pros: Easy to use, plush pillow, soft and warm cover, long sides for arm support
Cons: Bulky, too long for small bodies and most nursing locations, poor water resistence
Bottom line: This pillow is a good choice for nursing in winter thanks to its cozy cover.
The Luna Lullaby is the only pillow that we tested that offers an easy L shaped design that has extra pillow support in the curve of the pillow for baby's head. This pillow, along with the Dr Brown's Gia try to provide this extra head support, however in both cases it does little to boost the support while feeding. Although this pillow scored a 4 out of 10 for materials used, it did score 6 out of ten in the sub category of material quality thanks to its plush pillow and extra soft shell.
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Our Analysis and Hands-on Test Results
Luna Lullaby provides the longest amount of arm support available, thanks to its shape, and can fit larger women very well and we believe it would be a good option for nursing twins.
Ease of Use
Like the Dr Brown's Gia, this pillow can be put into place, and removed, in a matter of seconds thanks to its style that does not wrap around the body. Unfortunately the shape of the Luna Lullaby greatly impact where you can feed comfortably which is why we only gave it a 3 out so 10.
This pillow is very soft for both baby and mom to rest upon and comes with the softest cover. The material used for this cover is perfect for cool weather nursing thanks to the synthetic fibers that almost create a fleece feel. The pillow is also constructed nicely so that it can withstand a lot of use.
Ease of Cleaning
For Ease of Cleaning, the Luna Lullaby was our second lowest scoring pillow, just one point ahead of the My Breast Friend, with a 3 of 10. The shell repelled the liquid in the liquid test moderately but if left unattended any liquid on the shell takes at least five minutes to fully dry, and this can make for some wet feedings.
In our opinion, this pillow is good for a small market of buyers; women with larger body sizes or those nursing predominately during the winter months. Additionally, if mom ends up with a caesarian delivery this pillow is gentle on the incision area thanks to its loose fit. However, if you look to nurse for a long period of time and envision nursing your baby in more locations than a kitchen chair, consider the Boppy Nursing Pillow for an extra plush experience, but also a very close fit.
— Meg Benedik & BabyGearLab Team
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