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Nourish Water Bottles: Kid Friendly or Are You Kidding?

Being a mom also means being an acrobat. We juggle schedules, children, and our own needs in order to get everything done in a 24-hour period. It also means that we have to juggle our lil one's items as we run out the door or are standing in line.

For any mama who has tried to fill a bottle of formula while holding a screaming baby, Nourish Water Bottles ($3.50 each) were designed just for you. Each BPA-free, PET bottle is filled with eight ounces of purified spring water and is closed with a ready-to-use reusable nipple meaning that fixing your next bottle on the road simply involves adding your favorite powdered formula. No more running into a store to buy a bottle of water and no more measuring. For tots who have moved beyond the bottle, but aren't ready for a standard bottle of water, the company also makes a 10-ounce sippy cup version of the bottle.

Would you stock up on these ready-to-go bottles?

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MissSushi MissSushi 6 years
this is actually kind of a good idea, mostly for me it appeals when they are a little older. I was the kind of person who kept 4 prefilled bottles in the diaper bag with me at all times, along with a formula dispenser. It didn't seem too hard to me at first, but eventually you get kind of sick of carrying around all those bottles. I can't see stocking up on them though... You eventually have to wash them anyway, so why not just use your own bottles? However, it really appeals for the emergency type situations
pharm_chick pharm_chick 6 years
not a mom yet but maybe id buy a set and refill for later uses! its a cute idea
Girl-Jen Girl-Jen 6 years
I so wish these would have been around when my daughter was a baby. I would have paid for them, even though they're expensive. I wouldn't use them exclusively, but I sure would use them when I was caught in the middle of a store with a screaming baby and no drinking fountain in sight.
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