Comfort & Harmony™ Shares Best Breastfeeding Positions, Recommends the mombo™ Nursing Pillow

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Comfort & Harmony™, brand of Kids II®, shares preferred breastfeeding positions and tips on when to use a breastfeeding pillow like the mombo™.

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Most new moms imagine that breastfeeding, a natural act, would be easy and automatic. Parents magazine and Comfort & Harmony™, the makers of the mombo™ breast feeding pillow, know feedings takes practice. Learning how to hold and support a new baby in a comfortable position requires coordination and patience.

Comfortable positions for breastfeeding are different for every mom and baby. To find the right one, moms are encouraged to try a number of different positions.

1. The Cradle. This position requires mom to sit and hold baby lengthwise across her abdomen. Mom’s elbow supports the baby’s head and her hand supports the baby’s bottom. Her other hand supports her breast.

2. The Cross Cradle. Baby needs to lie on her side, be well supported, and touching mom. Mom uses the opposite arm from the breast being nursed to support baby's body. Her hand supports baby’s head. Mom’s fingers support her breast. The mombo nursing pillow can make breastfeeding easier and more comfortable for moms and babies when it comes to supporting and positioning a child correctly.

3. Side-Lying Position. Mom needs to lie on her side with her back supported. Baby will lie on his side facing mom. Mom’s arm supports baby’s body, while her hand supports the head, bringing him towards the breast as both lie chest to chest.

4. The Football Hold. Baby is held at mom’s side face up and lengthwise, supported by a nursing pillow. Moms should use the arm on the side of the breast being used to support baby and guide the infant’s head.

The mombo nursing pillow provides unique support for breastfeeding. Its Firm2Soft™ design features two sides that offer unique experiences. The firm side provides extra support for comfort while breastfeeding. The soft side of the pillow can be used for lounging, tummy time and as help for baby when she or he begins to sit up. Unlike any other nursing pillow on the market, mombo comes with a removable vibration unit to soothe baby.

About Comfort & Harmony™

The Comfort & Harmony brand is designed to exceed baby’s comfort needs while appealing to mom’s sense of style. Thoughtfully designed to create a supremely cozy environment for baby in sweet and heartwarming fashions that mom adores, the brand offers nursing pillows, swings, bouncers, shopping cart covers and rockers. Every Comfort & Harmony product incorporates nurturing features, such as ergonomic designs and plush fabrics that pamper mom and baby where it’s needed most.

Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, Comfort & Harmony is one of the seven brands under Kids II, Inc., manufacturer, designer and marketer of toys and baby gear. Visit

About Kids II®, Inc.

Kids II has been inventing and reinventing baby and infant toys and gear for more than 40 years and has quickly become one of the world’s fastest growing baby product companies. Headquartered in Atlanta, Kids II spans globally with operations in six continents serving customers in more than 70 countries. Driven by innovation, design and a comprehensive brand portfolio, Kids II is the next generation leader of baby and infant products.

Kids II designs, markets and distributes more than 400 unique baby and infant products, selling more than 22.8 million items per year. On average, it launches 125 new products a year. Under its flagship brands, Kids II has produced more than 100 award-winning products.

The brand portfolio strength runs deep under the Kids II umbrella, which includes its signature brands Bright Starts™, Ingenuity™ and Comfort & Harmony™, as well as licenses to design and manufacture products for Disney Baby™, Baby Einstein™, Oball™ and Taggies™.

Kids II’s international affiliate operations are located in Australia, Canada, Europe, China, Hong Kong, Japan, Mexico and South Africa. Visit

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