New Monarch Nursery Chair Redefines Comfort and Elegance for Breastfeeding Moms

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Thanks to a revolutionary new design in nursery chairs, breastfeeding mothers are only days away from feeding their babies in comfort and style. Scandinavian Child combines ergonomics and elegance with the Monarch Nursery Chair, scheduled to hit the market on April 1st.

Thanks to a revolutionary new design in nursery chairs, breastfeeding mothers are only days away from feeding their babies in comfort and style. Scandinavian Child combines ergonomics and elegance with the Monarch Nursery Chair, scheduled to hit the market on April 1st.

Developed by Dr. Lynn Jones, a furniture design professor in the United Kingdom, the chair caters to the needs of both mother and child. From it’s low seat that raises the lap and supports the baby, to it’s gently curved seatback that cradles the back and shoulders while keeping the spine straight and chest forward, the new design will change the way breastfeeding mothers nurse their children.

“We’re delighted to be a part of such an exciting industry breakthrough,” says Maine based marketer and dad Mark Woodbury – co-founder of sparkability.com – a website selling toys and modern furnishings for kids. “I know a lot of moms out there, and babies too, that will benefit from everything the Monarch has to offer.”

And another great thing? The chair doesn’t compromise practicality to achieve its healthful purpose. A seat with flared sides allows ample room for siblings at story time; the base is wide and stable; and the Aqua Stretch upholstery fabric is antibacterial, anti-fungal, stain resistant and waterproof.

With their cutting edge design, Scandinavian Child is modernizing the way mothers everywhere feed their babies. The Monarch Nursery Chair and all of its benefits – both ergonomic and practical – will make it the must-have item of nurseries this April.

For more information or to purchase the Monarch Nursery Chair, visit http://www.sparkability.com.

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