January 5, 2007

Monarch Nursery Chair

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Not all nursing chairs are created equal. We have a glider that we bought from Craigslist, but I don't think it was ever actually used for nursing. However, if we had the Monarch Nursery Chair in our nursery things would probably be very different. It was designed with nursing mothers in mind by Dr. Lynn Jones, a furniture design professor from the UK. The chair has a low seat that raises the lap and supports baby, eliminating the need for pillows and footstools, while ensuring that feet remain flat on the floor. A gently curved seat-back supports the back and shoulders keeping the spine straight and chest forward ideal for nursing mothers. The angled seat pad that supports the back of knees and thighs, and the adjustable lumbar support increases comfort and support for the lower back. Finally, the seat has flared sides, allowing ample room for siblings during story time.

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Posted by Peter at January 5, 2007 10:05 AM
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Nursing chairs should have arms


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