Which Baby Bottles To Buy?

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Hello Moms!

There are so many options when it comes to buying baby bottles – it can be so overwhelming. In this video, I’ll let you know about some of the best baby bottles on the market and how to decide which ones are right for you! Keep watching for some great advice!

Which Baby Bottles To Buy?

Which Baby Bottles to Buy?

Avent: This is a very simple, easy-to-use type of bottle. No fancy technology here! Just a simple bottle with a twist-on cap, a nipple, and clear indications of milliliters and ounces on the side. One thing to remember about bottles and nipples is that you’ll have to adjust the nipple based on your baby’s age! On the expensive side, but it will last you!

Born Free: These are also great bottles but can be a little more complicated than the Avent brand. If your baby suffers from colic, there is a special system in this bottle to prevent a lot of air from being ingested during bottle feeding. These bottles also come in many different sizes for all of your bottle feeding needs!

Dr. Brown’s: This bottle is made of glass and includes some different parts. Once you get the hang of the different pieces, it’s not so complicated. In Dr. Brown’s, there is a straw that reaches down to the bottom of the bottle and comes with its own little cleaning brush.

Playtex: These are different in that the bottles come with their own liners. Just like the others, the bottles come with a nipple, nipple ring, and top. However, you’ll be putting all of your milk or formula in the liner and not the bottle.

These are just brief overviews of the bottles. Watch my video for more details! Check out my other videos on sterilizing baby bottles and how to clean baby bottles here!

How did you decide which baby bottles to buy?  Please add your comments below on baby bottles and nipples and what you have come to love (or ask any questions!)  – I would love to hear from you!

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