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Newborn Baby - Pillow
Pillow size: 30"x 24"x 8"
40" zipper -  for easy care
Fits any standard crib

Other Baby Accessories to Go With Your Easy Burp Pillow

Posted by Jacek on 2/15/2014 to NEWBORN
Already have your Easy Burp pillow? Good for you for taking another step towards your baby’s health. But we all know that there’s an endless list of other baby accessories that you could purchase for both yours and your baby’s benefit. And since you already have an Easy Burp pillow in tow, you might also want to consider these other helpful baby stuff that would go well with this innovative pillow:
  • Burp Pillow Cases – Just like with your regular mattress and pillows, your burp pillow needs some pillowcases that are tailor-made to fit the size and shape of these Easy Burp pillows. Not to mention, it should also have a cute and homey design as well. 
  • Baby Mobile – The burp pillow has the right size that makes it for a perfect crib futon. And if you intend to place it on your baby’s crib, you might also want to install a mobile on top that would entertain your baby while he/she is laid out on the pillow.
  • Baby Mat – Besides the crib, you can also place the burp pillow on the floor as well. But instead of just placing it as it is, having a soft baby mat underneath for added protection as well as keeping your pillow clean would be highly recommended. 
  • Baby Blanket – Your burp pillow could also function as a small baby mattress, wherein he/she could take a nap especially after feeding. While you won’t need to place a pillow for your baby’s head because of the inclined angle of the burp pillow, you’ll need a blanket to keep your baby warm and cozy while he/she is sleeping.
  • Long Pillow – Babies are known to shift and move in several positions while sleeping. In order to prevent your baby from sliding down the burp pillow, you can place a long and rather heavyset pillow at the bottom. You can also situate soft pillows on both sides  just in case your baby decides to roll all over the burp pillow as well. 
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Spitting up and vomiting

Spitting up and vomiting in babies
have become a huge area of parental concern.
After your baby swallows milk, it glides past the back of the throat into a muscular tube (the esophagus) and, from there, into the stomach.

Infants are especially prone to reflux because:

  • Their stomachs are quite small so they are easily distended by the milk
  • The lower esophagus valve may be immature and may not tighten up when it should
There are a few things that might help:

1. Keep your baby upright after feeding for some time

2. Elevate whole baby's body when laying down (to let gravity help out)

3. Make sure there's no pressure on the stomach

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