If you’re only just hearing about the popularity of elephant-shaped pillows and plush toys, it is certainly not too late to join the club. Elephant shaped pillows and plush toys have been all the rage in the market for the past year or so, and there seems to be no slowing them down. They’re so cute and fluffy, you’ll want to have one for yourself too. Who knows, maybe the next big trend will be plush toys for adults, and you won’t hear us complaining about it for sure.
But when it comes to the little ones, a few more logistics are involved to make sure that the products they’re using are right for their tiny selves. The pillows that little kids use need to be hypoallergenic as well as made from soft, non-toxic fabric and fillings. It’s also important to check if there are any bits and pieces that may be harmful to younger kids.
There are so many different animal-shaped baby pillows in the market; however, baby Elephant pillows are the cutest of them all. Elephant pillows provide the child with neck support and make the perfect cuddle companion for when they need to hold on to something during the night. As your child starts to grow older and develops the ability to sit up, the pillow can provide back support as well.
With all these prerequisites in mind, choosing the right pillow or plush toy may become somewhat of a chore for you. But what would you know? We’ve done our best (and most thorough) research to bring you a curated list of elephant pillows and plush toys that are not only safe but so fluffy your kid will never want to leave them behind.
4 Things to Look for In Your Baby’s Pillow
Before we delve into our choices for the best baby elephant plush toys and pillows, let’s take a look at some things that should be kept in mind. Children are sensitive to many things adults are all right with. Therefore, while buying pillows, keep the following tips in mind. Because a well-slept baby is a happy baby.
At a whopping (current) price of $29.99, this plush toy may not be the first choice for some people, but the toy makes up for its high price with its large, soft body which is perfect for toddlers and infants alike. What makes this pillow stand apart from other similar toys is the fact that its outer layer is cotton, and it’s filled with PP cotton, unlike many other elephant plush toys, which are cased in synthetic fibers and can trigger allergies and affect the gentle skin of babies. It is also one of the few elephant plush pillows that come in 6 different colors.
Most reviewers couldn’t get enough of this fluffy toy and many buyers bought it more than once. This pillow would also make a cute gift for a nursery or in a baby shower
This Ebba Lil BennyPhant lives up to its name and is only 9 inches tall in a sitting position. While it cannot be shipped outside the U. S., which means most customers cannot buy this cutie, this will make a great choice for those of us who have access to it. It is the perfect plush toy for babies and toddlers. The material is super soft and comfy for the kids. The only cause of concern for parents should be the eyes, which are plastic, but harmless unless the baby gets one loose somehow. And the best thing about this toy isn’t even its price, (which is only $7 BTW!!) but the fact that it can be bought as a gift set.
This Bedtime Originals Twinkle Toes Elephant plush is quickly going to be your kid’s favorite toy. The toy is called Hazel, and comes in a pretty pink color, with a companion elephant called Humphrey, which is gray in color. Hazel has gray ears and wears a cute blue bow above on its ear and is a hit with babies and mommies alike. Its size is perfect for everyone from infants to the child inside you
Calling this toy a plush pillow may be a stretch because this funky, textured toy is actually made for teething, but who says your kid can’t have it both ways? The fun patterns and textures on this toy will keep your child engaged while he also explores the different rattles and crinkles as he goes. This toy is geared younger infants for whom pillows are not suitable yet.
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