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These Toddler Pillows Will Help Them Get the Quality Sleep That They Need

Bestproducts.com Logo By Latifah Miles, Cat Bowen of Bestproducts.com | Slide 1 of 13: When your child is a baby, it's best to follow the pediatrician-recommended sleeping environment. That means no pillows, loose blankets, or any other suffocation hazards in their crib or bassinet that can increase the risks of SIDS. Once your child reaches the toddler stage of at least 18 months old, they are finally old enough to enjoy the comfort of a supportive pillow. But what should you look for? First, it's best that toddler pillows help cradle your toddler's head for a supportive, comfortable rest, and that they're easy to wash, with a safe and healthy fill. However, instead of looking for large, fluffy pillows like you'd want for yourself, your toddler is still tiny, and bigger options will pose a suffocation risk. Pillows made specifically for toddlers are smaller, hypoallergenic, and are more firm than fluffy, for the perfect balance of support and comfort. It is important to note that your baby should never sleep with a pillow in their crib and these options are for children who are at least 18 months old and are able to sleep in a toddler bed safely. We've researched, tested, and found the comfiest toddler pillows on the market that'll take your little one's snooze game to the next level.

When your child is a baby, it's best to follow the pediatrician-recommended sleeping environment. That means no pillows, loose blankets, or any other suffocation hazards in their crib or bassinet that can increase the risks of SIDS.

Once your child reaches the toddler stage of at least 18 months old, they are finally old enough to enjoy the comfort of a supportive pillow. But what should you look for? First, it's best that toddler pillows help cradle your toddler's head for a supportive, comfortable rest, and that they're easy to wash, with a safe and healthy fill.

However, instead of looking for large, fluffy pillows like you'd want for yourself, your toddler is still tiny, and bigger options will pose a suffocation risk. Pillows made specifically for toddlers are smaller, hypoallergenic, and are more firm than fluffy, for the perfect balance of support and comfort. It is important to note that your baby should never sleep with a pillow in their crib and these options are for children who are at least 18 months old and are able to sleep in a toddler bed safely.

We've researched, tested, and found the comfiest toddler pillows on the market that'll take your little one's snooze game to the next level.

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