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BornFree BPA Bottles and Pacifiers

BornFree Goes Beyond Bottles

Vanilla ice cream, Dove soap, and a cup of joe: these are a few of my favorite things because there is no worry attached to them. I get that same feeling when I am buying something from BornFree. The company that put BPA free products on the motherhood map has expanded to include more than just nipples and sippy cups. Mothers can now enjoy peace of mind when it comes to pacifiers and teethers, too. Expectant ladies looking to stock their shelves with tried and true bottles may enjoy the gift set ($25) that includes a bit of everything. Even now, my almost 1-year-old boy can't get enough of the teething-gum-brushing-blue-ringed toy. The pliable object may have sent Sophie the Giraffe down to the minors.

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HACB HACB 6 years
So glad to hear that. I love the glass bottles for when I need to pump for my 3 month old. Her BF teether is in the cabinet ready for when the teething starts. Hopefully she loves it too!
FrankiLee FrankiLee 6 years
I love Born Free products. I bought a few bottles before my daughter was born -- ended up not using them, but the peace of mind was still there that if indeed I did have to use them, they were free of harmful chemicals. Nice to see they have soothers and teethers out now!
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