The mombo™ in Taggies™ by Comfort & Harmony is a nursing pillow and infant positioner and entertainer in one! Mason received the bright and fun Owl print mombo™.
One of the unique features of the mombo™ is the vibration option. It's a round device that slips into the folds of the pillow (there's a specific spot for it) that turns on a soothing vibration for your tot. It uses 1 C battery (not included). The vibration isn't too strong so you don't have to worry about any injuries to your baby.
I also love the two sides (Firm2Soft) to this pillow. One side is a bit firm to allow for more support during nursing and the other is softer for lounging. The firm side features a blue stripe print while the soft side features the owl and dot print. The firm side is great when i am feeding Mason because it keeps him supported up to a level where my back does not have to strain. The pillow does not slump nor does it get lumpy - awesome! Mason likes lounging on the soft side (well he isn't crying and is looking around the room so I'm guessing he's comfortable haha). Kenzie wants in on the fun so she tries to get a piece of mombo™ while Mason is on it... when I pick him up, she takes over in a flash. A little jealousy?
I love the Taggies™ feature as well: colorful tags are placed around the pillow to give little hands something to grasp and explore as well as working on tummy time. While Mason is a bit young to notice these, Kenzie likes to pull on them so hard that I have to remind her to just touch so that they aren't all tattered before Mason has a chance to play.
The mombo™ comes in various fabrics and additional slipcovers can be purchased. The Elephaloo is one of my favorite covers. What's your favorite?
Buy It: You can purchase the mombo™ Taggies™ for $49.99.
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