Monday, May 3, 2010

Baby Not Taking a Bottle?

  • I never had a problem with my two children when it came to taking a bottle. They would of sucked on anything.
  • My sister on the other hand had huge problems with her youngest taking a bottle. You'd think after he'd go hungry, he'd just give up and drink a bottle. After all it still had mommy milk in it. Nope! His Uncle, his Daddy and his Grandparents all had to deal with a screaming baby that wanted nothing to do with a bottle. We had to train him early on how to use a sippy cup, and even that was hard to do.
  • They make a bottle I just recently learned about that is ever so close to a natural breast. I learned about it from Mom 4 Life. Right now they have a 5% coupon on the site, free shipping and tax always!
  • The bottles are BPA and Phthalate free.
  • There are 3 stages of bottles for a different flows.
  1. Stage One is white (slow flow) is generally used for premature and newborn babies up to 3 months old.

  2. Stage Two is blue (med flow) is generally used for babies anywhere from 3 to 6 months old.

  3. Stage Three is orange (fast flow) is generally used for babies 6 months old and older.

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