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Pillow size: 30"x 24"x 8"
40" zipper -  for easy care
Fits any standard crib

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Easy Burp-Baby Pillow 764

Part Number 764-Easy Burp | PILLOW with CASE
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  • Easy Burp - Fits any Standard Crib
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    Rating My 2-month son
    Excellent product. My son always cried when I put him in the crib. It was amazing - when we put him on the easy burp pillow in the crib for the first time he did not start crying like always, he looked around, burped and started smiling and waving his hands and feet. Hi does this since that time. It was one of the happiest moments in a mom's life. I would recommend this pillow to anyone.
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    Reviewed by:  from West Springfield,MA. - 8/20/2012
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