pillows

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  1. weestar21

    weestar21 Well-Known Member

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    Caroline Proud Mum of 4

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    Once my two were over 12 months i just used an ordinary pillow.
     
  3. Cat

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    Like wise, that seems a bit of overkill if you just want a normal pillow. Once a child os over 1 they can jusy have a normal pillow, just dont get one that is to big and puffed up, a cheapy one that is pretty flat would be better and oft for a hypoallergenic one to help against any alergies instead of duck down pillows etc.
     
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    cheers girls, i just seen that one and thought that would be good as Colby always sleeps on her tummy so will just go get that one from argos instead :happydance:

    thanks again girls
    xxxxx
     
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    Like the rest of the ladies, Rebecca has a normal pillow-got her the anti allergy one coz of her asthma tho.

    Asda do them cheap!x
     

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