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Jaq1420690832 Jaq1420690832 2 years

You left out the newest breastfeeding-friendly bottle on the market....Minbie. It's amazing!

Marianne1366805801 Marianne1366805801 3 years
I love the Medela Calma nipple. We started using it in the NICU, where my daughter had to stay her first month. I breastfed and pumped and was able to keep her on breastmilk exclusively using this nipple. I was mainly concerned she'd prefer an "easy" bottle, but the Calma requires the same latch and suction, so there was no nipple confusion. Several other families in our NICU ward started using it too when they saw our results. It was a lifesaver during a very challenging start. Now that I'm back to work, she goes back and forth with no issues. We're introducing cereal this week, but will continue to use this bottle for her regular feedings when I can't be there to nurse. They can be tricky to put together at first, but once you get the hang of it, it's a snap. And early on, the flow was very fast, but she's learned to throttle it better. Overall, love this nipple/bottle set!
ClaraCaroots ClaraCaroots 3 years
The only bottle my babies would take are MAM brand. They are somewhat pricey but well worth the money if you need to pump and feed.
Kimberly1387147894 Kimberly1387147894 3 years
None of the bottles pictured are the BEST for breastfed babies. If you want a bottle that truly does work visit the Lansinoh Website and take a look at their bottles. They are the ONLY company who has the nipple shape down to a science. I don't know about other moms but when my baby sucks he leaves my nipple in a long pointy shape. This is exactly how they have their nipples shaped. My son took it with no problem. Please, if you really need something that works go to local babies r us and purchase this bottle. I promise you will not be disappointed!!!!!!
LinaazMommy LinaazMommy 3 years
My babygirl is 6 months and starting to tear my nipples,no bottle has worked so far.About how much do these bottles cost?
scardone scardone 3 years
Mimijumi bottles are the best by far. Easy to assemble, no fiddly bits. Easy to clean and the design means they are easier to hold. I found that they were excellent for my 3 kids. I know they aren't cheap but you really do get what you pay for and considering your baby is drinking from them several times a day its not exactly something you want to skimp on!
Madame-Joy Madame-Joy 3 years
The Playtex Drop-in Premium bottle is especially great for nursing moms, the disposable liners make them very compatable with pumping:
lananoel lananoel 4 years
BREAST FLOW!!!! I loove these bottles. It is very difficult to find a natural feeding bottle that mimics my breasts. I have small nipples so MOST bottles were a total fail. I don't know who has nipples similar to Tommie Tippe bottles, but I HATED them and so did my daughter. The nipple was unrealistic and ENORMOUS. I have seen the poor reviews on the breast flow bottles, but MOST of the faults users "found" with the bottle are due to improper usage. READ the instructions. The bottles are great! I use breast flow bottles the 2 days I am at work.
Madame-Joy Madame-Joy 4 years
BabyGearLab also recommended the Tommee Tippee bottles, and gave it their Best Value Award for Best Baby Bottle. They also looked at 17 other bottles, and gave the Playtex Baby Drop-ins their Top Pick for Breastfeeding Moms. It's a very comprehensive review based on thorough hands-on testing, definitely worth checking out:
I was trying to breast feed but wasn't producing enough.. the dr asked me to supliment but was worried about nipple confusion.. I was using my Tommee Tippee bottles and the baby never had a problem latching on to either.. I highly recomend Tommee Tippee :)
herbmom herbmom 5 years
Well said Salgal12. Not to mention even moms that don't work and end up in surgery and can't nurse for a time. I'm grateful that I was able to put milk away before surgery but finding the right bottle has been hard. The avent and adari even on newborn nipple size chokes my 3 month old. We found the breastflow over the weekend and she does okay on it. Doesn't choke as much. I'm interested in trying the Tommee Tippee one.
Salgal12 Salgal12 5 years
To the poster that mocked the need for a breastfed baby to use a bottle - there are many women who continue to breastfeed after going back to work, so need to pump and store their milk for someone else to feed baby from the bottle.
sppmg sppmg 5 years
We hated the adari bottles I wanted to love them but you can't set them down because the air vents are in rh bottom and they leek. The flow was way to fast even with the smallest nipple hole he choked. If you had to put the top on it had to be just right or it leaked all over. These look good but are really bad bottles.
Giovannabo Giovannabo 5 years
Hey, you forgot the best one of all (what it seems to be anyway) BARE AIR-FREE. Run into this website I can't wait to try them.
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