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post #21 of 26
Hi. I'm done with my EZ2Nurse pillow. If you were nearby I could mail it to you. Where are you located? I got it used from another twin mom and it was so useful.

Sarah
post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by sept2008twingirls View Post
Hi. I'm done with my EZ2Nurse pillow. If you were nearby I could mail it to you. Where are you located? I got it used from another twin mom and it was so useful.

Sarah
I am in Utah...you anywhere nearby?
post #23 of 26
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In her opinion, it's less bulky and therefore easier to use than EZ2Nurse Twins Pillow. I have not used either, so I have no direct experience to share, only what she has told me based on the prototype she has seen.
I agree with the other comments about it not having the sloping sides and needing you to strap it on. I do usually buckle my EZ2nurse pillow on, because it stops it from slipping out, but the reality is with two wiggly babies, sometimes you have to sit down against the back pillow while holding the babies, pull the nursing pillow on your lap, and set them on it, before buckling it. Especially if you are going to nurse on a couch, armchair or glider. When I use mine on the bed I can lie both babies down and get set up before putting them on the pillow.

The other thing is, I'm wondering why less bulky=better? I need as much height to the pillow as possible so I don't end up slouching forward too much and having back pain. And I need as much pillow on the sides as possible so it can support two 11 month olds without needing to constantly hold them. Having my hands free to eat, read, knit, etc has been crucial to me and my sanity while tandeming.
post #24 of 26
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So...I just got my ez 2 nurse pillow today. It seems like it is made kinda of cheaply to me, I dunno. Like the stitching seems kind of loose or something. Maybe it's just cause it's used...but it was supposed to be almost brand new. I still have a few more weeks before delivery time, but we will see how it turns out. I am just really hoping that I will be able to do the whole tandem nursing thing! I'm starting to get nervous cause I had such a hard time in those first couple weeks with my daughter.
post #25 of 26
I use the EZ2 nurse pillow. Compared to the Boppy I used with my dd1 it is great. I am able to hands free nurse both of them at the same time and they are only 2 weeks old.
post #26 of 26
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Oh good...I'm really hoping it works for me...just keeping my fingers crossed.
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