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The first few months with a newborn are a blur of feedings, diaper changes, and the occasional nap. The last thing new moms have time for is searching for the right baby lounger, but it's a necessity, especially if your baby likes to sleep near you. The best baby lounger is one that fits your lifestyle and needs, is comfortable for you and your baby, and is safe. We researched
If you have a baby who spends a lot of time on their back, it can be really difficult to find a pillow that supports their head and neck properly, especially if they are too young for a baby pillow for nursing or sleep. Ideally, your baby should sleep on their back to reduce the risk of SIDS, so finding a pillow that supports their head is especially important. To help you