Looking for bottles for breastfeeding? We agree with the experts that breast is best. But it’s time, for whatever reason, to introduce a bottle to your baby. If you have been breastfeeding at least 3 weeks, nipple confusion is not an issue. Now, the issue now is getting baby to breast milk from a bottle. This transition for baby can be difficult for baby but these bottles can help the transition less painful for you and baby and quick. Finding the best bottles for breastfeeding can help in making the transition easier.
5 Bottles for Breastfeeding Babies
1.Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature: The unique, natural shaped nipple mimics the natural feel, flex and movement of breastfeeding. This is similar to mama’s own natural feeding action. All features combined provide baby the most natural alternative to breast feeding. This bottle also allows mama to successfully combine breast and bottle feeding.
2. Dr. Brown’s: Dr. Brown was created by a physician. These bottles allows your baby to feed comfortably while the milk flows freely, like breastfeeding. The positive pressure design allows babies to feed comfortably due to the vent system, which eliminates the air bubbles and vacuum.
3.Mimijumi Baby Bottle: The innovative nipple design replicates a mother’s breast, creating a natural feeding and latching experience for a happier and healthier bottle fed baby.
4. Playtex Baby Drop-Ins Nurser: The disposable bottle liners collapse as the baby drinks from the bottle, providing air-free feeding and greatly reducing gas and messy spit-ups. The wide nipple promotes the natural latch-on technique used in breastfeeding.
5. Comotomo Natural Feel Baby Bottle: This bottle has a natural feel and shape along with a large slow-flow nipple make this an easy bottle for most breastfeeding babies to latch onto and transition back and forth from.
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