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    I use a boomerang / U pillow from Kmart too. Have with both kids. I keep one in the lounge room and one in my room.


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    Also had/ have a milk bar twin pillow because I had twins. Would def recommend. I've only used it a handful of times with dd, but I have pretty big boobs so its not too hard anyway

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    I have a mombo deluxe pillow. It's firmer than the milkbar pillow which I prefer.ImageUploadedByThe Bub Hub1382780867.644946.jpg

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    I just use a cheapie triangular pillow from Big W. But my boobs are freaking huge and now have a lovely droop to them so DS doesn't have to get lifted too high.


 

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