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Favorite bottle and why?

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Leighton posted this 28 July 2019

I breastfeed but also want to have the option of bottle feeding when i need to be away from baby. What is everyone’s recommendations for bottles?

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Ambria posted this 29 July 2019

I loved the Dr. Brown's bottles. I used them for both my kiddos. 

Sharon posted this 07 August 2019

I love MAM bottles and pacifiers.  The bottle allows the air to vent, so it helped with my little one's reflux.  You can hear the air releasing at the bottom of the bottle at times while they are sucking. 

Chloe posted this 08 August 2019

Como tomo bottles are really nice and help prevent gas!  Plus easy to clean, not so many parts.

Mel posted this 10 August 2019

Dr Brown were my absolute favorite! Helped with gas! 

Mckayla posted this 5 weeks ago

I'm a breastfeeding momma and was recommended to try nano bebe bottles. I absolutely love them and he does too! I got a whole kit with bottles, nipples, warmer, storage bags, and a pump converter. They work extremely well and warm quickly and easily in the bottle. The coolest thing about them is that they have the shape of a boob. They're rounded out and have an indention on the inside for easy warming. I haven't had any issues with gas and the bottles are super easy to clean. The only downsides are that you need to make sure the bottom of the bottle is put tightly together and the last bit of milk is hard to make it available for the baby.

Susan posted this 5 weeks ago

I also am a breast feeding momma. I like the Medela bottles, they seem just fine, work for me when i need to have someone bottlefeed.

Melody posted this 5 weeks ago


Dr Brown were my absolute favorite! Helped with gas! 


I agree! I like the Dr. Brown bottles. Those worked well for us.

Rachel posted this 5 weeks ago

I like the comotomo bottles!  I am also breastfeeding and these were recommended by my lactation specialist. My babe transitions back and forth nicely between the two!


Leah posted this 4 weeks ago

We use a variety of bottles with our daughter because she goes to daycare and I wanted her to get used to different kinds so she wouldn't be a situation where she wouldn't eat because she didn't like the bottle that was given to her. She uses the Medela bottles, Latch, Advent, and Dr. Brown bottles all fine.

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Ann posted this 4 weeks ago

My daughter would only take Advent bottles.  She preferred them over any other bottles, although she would take a Dr. Browns bottle.  I found that the Dr. Browns bottles did not hold up and so I would not buy them.  However, the Advent bottles were really sturdy and held up to warmers and being banged around in the sink during washings. 

Grace posted this 4 weeks ago


We use a variety of bottles with our daughter because she goes to daycare and I wanted her to get used to different kinds so she wouldn't be a situation where she wouldn't eat because she didn't like the bottle that was given to her. She uses the Medela bottles, Latch, Advent, and Dr. Brown bottles all fine.

I believe with my second,we used a variety al,so, i believe the medela we relied on more than others. Dr. Browns bottles were good also. 

Tasha posted this 4 weeks ago

We used Medela, but baby drank too fast & the nipple would collapse because there was no air in the bottle. So anything with an air hole was good for her. Avent & Tommee Tippee worked great. 

Lana posted this 4 weeks ago

Dr. Brown 100% 

Amanda posted this 4 weeks ago

I use Comotomo bottles and highly recommend. Baby loves them, they are easy to clean, and great quality. The oz measurements are kinda hard to read, but besides that they are great bottles. 

Candace posted this 2 weeks ago

I see many saying Dr. Brown but I struggle with them. The nipple part is so much smaller than my breast. I have had better luck with just plan avent bottles.

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