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Gift for Lia #1


Yesterday we visited our friends |first| baby girl. She was born January 26th, but we weren't able to meet her before. First because we were all ill when she was born, then because we just had this or that (or her parents did). Well, yesterday, as I said, we made it. 


We took three presents for her with us. I will share them in three different posts. The first for today, is the breastfeeding pillow. I wanted to give it to my friends for Christmas, while J. was still pregnant, I know I used mine a lot for the first pregnancy and sure will start to use it again sometime soon this time. But, I was already pregnant too, going though a messy first trimester when I could barely sew... so, only now, that the little one is born, almost for a month now, was I able to give it to them. Luckily for me, she didn't have one yet. I love this fabric and it's perfect for her because her parents are |very| beach people... 

I usually make them 2 sizes when I sell them, and I picked the big one for her, because it was also the one I prefered when it came my turn to use them (of course, since I was doing them for sell back then, I got myself both sizes). I love the fact that it can be used for so many things and not only help us feed the baby. 

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  1. These are so nice, and like you see, they can be used for much more breastfeeding. I have never seen the larger size, that would have been nice when crypto juggle two babies. Great job.
    (I have some baby gifts I will be posting about soon, I think it must be baby season!)

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  2. Ficou girissima a almofada, o tecido é mesmo VERÃO ! Nunca tinha visto uma almofada com essas 2 pontas para ficar mais fechada e servir para os bebés estarem encostados, Eu usei muito a minha almofada mas era uma normalíssima, foi com ela que amamentei o G, mesmo com ele com mais de 1 ano, conforme o peso dele ela abatia mais ou menos (mas de inicio usei mais umas pequenas por baixo dos braços para ajudar a elevar), ajudam muito para não nos cansar os braços mas na gravidez uma dessas é preciosa quando a barriga se torna dificil de apoiar na cama, eu dormia com um arsenal de almofadas porque não conseguia aguentar o peso dela quando dormia.

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    1. Este tecido tinha que ser mesmo para eles. É que ela é da Altura e ele tem casa no Farol, são mm gente de praia. Estas eram as almofadas que eu mais vendia, tb por conselho meu, porque são as que prefiro. Para além de serem maiores, os usos são mais que os da outra e dá para usar tipo espreguiçadeira. Tb usei muitoooooo a minha no fim da gravidez da G. Antes de a fazer usava uma almofada tipo salsicha, bem longa que tb tinha feito, mas não era a mesma coisa.

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