5 of the Best Bottles for Breastfed Babies in 2023
What are the best bottles for breastfed babies?
Babies that are only breastfed can be a challenge when introducing them to bottles. As a daycare provider, you want to introduce your little one to the bottle early on.
Especially, if you plan on sending your bundle of joy to daycare.
I would advise mothers to breastfeed part of the time and bottle feed at other times. The earlier the better!
You have bottles, but you may have the WORST ones
Every daycare provider or parent can relate to having a screaming baby ready to have their bottle, to only have the bottle leak most of the milk everywhere.
Or you are having a night out with friends or family, ready to feed your hungry baby. While reaching into the diaper bag and milk is everywhere.
You’re upset, but who cares your little one is screaming their head off and you just want the screaming to stop.
Noticing that the bottles you have quite frequently leak everywhere. You think to yourself there’s got to better bottles than this.
Welp guess what… I happen to deal with bottles daily at my daycare. I can tell you which bottles that rarely leak at all.
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5 of the Best Bottles for (Breastfed) Babies
- Lansinoh Momma Feeding Bottle 8Oz 3Pk
2. Philips Avent 3Pk Natural Baby Bottle with Natural Response Nipple – Clear – 9Oz
3. Tommee Tippee Closer To Nature Baby Bottle – 9oz
4. Philips Avent Anti-Colic Baby Bottle with AirFree Vent – Pink – 9oz/3pk
5. Comotomo Baby Bottle, Green, 5 Ounce (2 Count)
All 5 of these bottles have popped up at my daycare, and they are all pretty good bottles. They are all easy to clean, and best of all milk stays in the bottle.
We rarely have any milk spill out while heating the bottles. If you are shopping for new bottles give these bottles a try.
BONUS: Let’s look at the worst bottle, in my humble opinion. This bottle always shows up at my daycare. However, they always LEAK.
Dr. Brown’s bottle
It’s never a good situation.
Check out the bottles listed above and let me know what you think?
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