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Feeding Friend® is your portable, self-care and eco-friendly nursing pillow, designed to support your ARM, HAND, and WRIST while bottle or breastfeeding. Simply HOLD your baby and slide your Feeding Friend® under your loading arm to instantly reduce pain, and prevent carpal tunnel syndrome. Proudly Australian made & owned, Feeding Friend® is designed to suit women of all shapes, sizes and feeding styles by offering flexible support heights, that you can adjust as your baby grows. Sit back, relax and enjoy feeding your newborn (or toddler) anytime & anywhere!

"When we take care of ourselves first, our children benefit! Lean on me, your Feeding Friend®" - Amanda Rowe (West Australian Owner & Designer)


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