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Guide price: $90
Last updated on 10th Jun 2013
The pillows measure 11 x 11 or bigger depending on the length of the names. Each pillow can be personalized with baby name (up to 12 characters), date and time of birth, weight and length, and the first names of the proud parents, big sister or big brother; should you choose.
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