MyFirstPillow™ for the Bed



Generally, the best pillow for your older child will be one that they finds most comfortable, regardless of price. Consumer Reports testers looked at inexpensive polyester, moderate feather or down models, and the more expensive latex and memory foam pillows. Overall, Consumer Reports found that personal preference mattered more than price. As a matter of fact, fans of expensive models were happy with other, more inexpensive models as long as they were not concerned about other health factors, where the product is made, or it percentage of natural or green content.

When selecting a MyFirstPillow™ for your child in a bed, we recommend the pillow that most suits your older child.  We have a few suitable styles to choose from each size appropriate, safe, and hypoallergenic.   We particularly appreciate the MyFirstPillow™ in shredded organic latex with a natural organic cotton cover.  Its conventional style makes it an easy pillow to use in any number of ways, yet its supportive, breathable sleeve insures durability that your child will benefit from while they grow into a teenager.   Our conventional pillows also come in a bio-foam sleeve with a shredded latex core. 

MyFirstPillow™ Half Moon 3# Bio-Foam Pillow (Half Moon Style 2 x 6 x 12)
MyFirstPillow™ Contoured 4# Bio-Foam Pillow (Cervical Style 4 x 12 x 12)

MyFirstPillow™ Shredded Latex in a Cushioned Organic Latex Sleeve (Conventional Style 3.5 x 12 x 16)

MyFirstPillow™ Shredded Latex in a Spungy Bio-Foam Sleeve (Conventional Style  3.5 x 12 x 16)

MyFirstPillow™ Standard Small Cozy 3# Bio-Foam Pillow (Cervical Style 3 x 12 x 19)

What types of pillow are best for children?

Children don't necessarily need pillows once they have moved to a bed, but they may want one for comfort, or to be like everyone else.  Small children will benefit from a low pillow, as they usually move around in the night and end up on their stomachs.  A high pillow could cause spinal issues if they lay on it incorrectly. 

What kinds of pillows may be wrong for a child?

Avoid pillows that are too thick or fluffy, as it is easier for the toddler to bury his face into. Also, avoid U-shaped pillows. These are designed to help infants sit, and are not appropriate for sleeping pillows.

How can a pillow help my child with periodic use?

Pillows can be beneficial for a child who suffer from chronic ear infections, the pillow can help ease the pain caused by lying flat.  A pillow can also soothe a child who wants something to "cozy" up to when they go to bed. This can help with the transition from crib to bed and give them something to hold onto and feel more secure in their new surroundings

** To ensure the safety of your toddler and to prevent any chance of suffocation, it is important to know the facts about sleep safety. These facts include items such as the sheets you use, the blankets and the pillows. Know when it is appropriate to begin using pillows as well as the appropriate sizes, designs and other specifications before you put your toddler to bed with the wrong pillow.

NOTATION: It is important to note that pillows, pillowcases, and related bedding are considered personal hygiene.  As such we cannot offer a return option in these products unless there is a manufacturing defect or damage that has occurred during shipping.


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