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Summer Infant/Born Free - Pregnancy Pillow & Bottles

Hello, friends!

This past Friday (in the midst of a bit of home renovating - my last big project of refinishing the hardwood floors before baby), I received some products to test in the mail!

Summer Infant and Born Free sent me their pregnancy pillow and bottles!






Obviously, I can't try out the bottles  since my little one isn't here yet, but the pregnancy pillow the past few nights has been great! I chose the Damask pillow case, just  because I liked the pattern the most.

The pillow case was a bit tricky to get one (my husband had to help me), but it was definitely convenient to have ties instead of a zipper. In fact, I wish there were a few more of the ties just so that it was easier to get the cover on where the curves of the pillow were.

I've actually gotten more sleep with this pillow in the past few days too. My hips haven't hurt as much, which is a huge help at 39 weeks pregnant.

I'll add to this review once I've been using it for a full week, but so far, it's definitely great in my opinion!

**UPDATE**

The Born Free pregnancy pillow is the best! I used it up until I went into labor, and I can't wait to start using it once my little one gets bigger so she can sit in it. 

The Born Free bottles have been a huge help. I had the hardest time breastfeeding at first, and was exclusively pumping for the first two weeks. After an appointment with a breastfeeding center, and a chat with a Le Leche League leader, my little girl finally latched, and she's been good to go! 

The bottles have allowed my husband and others be able to help feed her, and to give me a break. While she prefers nursing, she will still take the bottle (she does fuss a little). We tried a Latch bottle, but she didn't like it at all! I actually ordered an extra set of these Born Free bottles!

They are super easy to put together, and to clean! 

Ru

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