Review: Theraline Original Maternity and Nursing Pillow

I’ve been breastfeeding on and off for the last 2.5 years and even now I love to review products that make breastfeeding easier. I was recently given the opportunity to review the Theraline Original Maternity and Nursing Pillow and as Little Man is getting heavier by the day I thought the added support might be useful.

Review: Theraline Original Maternity and Nursing Pillow & Giveaway! - Redhead Babyled

The Theraline Pillow is huge – It arrived squished into a really useful storage bag but sprung out to such a great size, it’s fantastic! It’s just short of two metres long which is the perfect size – I wish I had this pillow during my pregnancy, the size of it would be great to mould around your bump and along the length of you at night or even just to get comfortable on the sofa. As it is, I am using it now to keep me comfortable whilst feeding LM.

Review: Theraline Original Maternity and Nursing Pillow & Giveaway! - Redhead Babyled

The Theraline Pillow moulds to me and Little Man whilst I’m feeding him making us both comfortable, supporting Little Man’s weight and stopping me from hunching over him like I normally would when he’s resting on my lap. The Theraline Maternity & Nursing Pillow is filled with beads that are fine like sand making it really soft and easy to change it’s position.

Included with the Theraline Maternity & Nursing Pillow is a 100% cotton cover that adds to the durability of the pillow. The cover is easy to take off and put back on for washing and the actual Theraline Pillow is also machine washable as well as being anti allergenic and breathable.

I didn’t know how useful this pillow would be at our stage of breastfeeding but I have found it invaluable. Little Man is very heavy now and it does get hard to support his weight whilst feeding without compromising my posture and ultimately giving me back ache. I’ve also used the pillow as a barrier at the edge of the bed when we’re co-sleeping to stop him rolling off in the night – he’s never rolled and tends to sleep close to me but having the pillow there definitely puts my mind at rest. The pillow filling helps the pillow stay firmly in place and doesn’t move easily like a normal pillow would.

I would definitely recommend the Theraline Maternity & Nursing Pillow to any pregnant woman – It would be a great investment from early in pregnancy all the way through nursing and beyond – LP loves to lounge on the cushion on our bed so I’m sure even when Little Man has finished nursing there will be a use for the Theraline Pillow! It’s not often that you can buy a products that will last you such a long time and the Theraline Pillow is definitely a versatile product that will stand the test of time.

Review: Theraline Original Maternity and Nursing Pillow & Giveaway! - Redhead Babyled

The Theraline Original Maternity & Nursing Cushion has an RRP of Β£44.95.

Disclosure: We were sent the above product for the purpose of this review however all opinions are my own.

58 thoughts on “Review: Theraline Original Maternity and Nursing Pillow

  1. keep up light exercise walking or swimming from when you find out your pregnant it makes you much more comfortable in the long run and makes labour easier

  2. Im yet to find one! only 6 weeks pregnant with my first and already have trouble getting comfy at night and sleeping, If i find something soon i will update you πŸ™‚ hehe. Theres lots of good replies on here though which im going to try. πŸ™‚

  3. Wear loose, comfortable clothing, flat shoes that you don’t need to tie laces with and put your feet up wherever and whenever you can. Eat small snack like meals in the later stages and rest as much as possible, or try some light yoga exercises and get some support socks for your legs as they reduce swelling.

  4. comfy shoes and comfy maternity trousers and baggy tops was a must for me theres nothing worser than clothes that dig in .also plenty of rest πŸ™‚

  5. comfy clothes and extra pillows in bed πŸ™‚ Have suffered with leg cramps in this pregnancy and extra pillows between legs has helped

  6. Comfortable loose clothes, flat shoes and a different bed to your partner for the nights that you just can’t comfortable and need the entire bed.

  7. try not to stay on your feet as much stay hydrated and when laying down put a pillow between your legs to keep your back comfortable.

  8. Invest in a good maternity and first years book so that you don’t worry about conflicting advice on different websites

  9. Rest as much as possible with your feet and legs raised, keep dehydrated by drinking lots of water, wear comfortable clothing – don’t try and squeeze yourself into skinny jeans, and wear flat shoes x

  10. Eat healthily and gentle exercise…don’t use pregnancy as an excuse to over indulge and be lazy! I did and have put on 3 stone and really struggled with back pain near the end of pregnancy, which I am sure wasn’t helped by my extra weight and sloth-like existence!

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