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    Haven't heard of fuzzy bub or happy baby before... Where do you buy them?

    Just thinking about pigeon do they have kinda skinny teats??

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    I'm using Pigeon slim neck glass bottles for my little boy. He's now 16 months old and the bottles still look brand new - they wash up really well. I bought them at Baby Bunting. I used Avent for my daughter, but much prefer the Pigeon glass ones.

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    Am looking at purchasing glass bottles soon in Perth. Last time we used nurture glass bottles, were sold at Babies r us but not anymore so am looking for economical glass bottles - can anyone refer me a brand and where to buy from? Thanks

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    Happy Baby make glass bottles. I bought mine in the odd chemist here and there. If they don't have them on the shelf, you should be able to get them to order them in. The ocassional IGA sells them too

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    I don't have them but I have bought toys from here before so have stumbled across them online.

    http://www.ecotoys.com.au/store/view...ys.php?toy=477

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    Thanks to both of you - am too round and tired to chase around the shops so may order the Toys r us online ones! They look quite neat and are a reasonable price, living remotely too I can also go back on and order more online if I need to.
    Sometimes our pharmacy (yep only one in town) stocks items then you will neer see them again.

    Just a question - if I were wanting to pump and store breastmilk would these bottles be okay? Sorry a niave question but I didnt have much success bf last time ;(

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Thanks to both of you - am too round and tired to chase around the shops so may order the Toys r us online ones! They look quite neat and are a reasonable price, living remotely too I can also go back on and order more online if I need to.
    Sometimes our pharmacy (yep only one in town) stocks items then you will neer see them again.

    Just a question - if I were wanting to pump and store breastmilk would these bottles be okay? Sorry a niave question but I didnt have much success bf last time ;(
    I wouldn't waste them by Using them to store breastmilk, I would get some breastmilk storage bags, you can get Bpa free ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by SugarplumMummy View Post
    Thanks to both of you - am too round and tired to chase around the shops so may order the Toys r us online ones! They look quite neat and are a reasonable price, living remotely too I can also go back on and order more online if I need to.
    Sometimes our pharmacy (yep only one in town) stocks items then you will neer see them again.

    Just a question - if I were wanting to pump and store breastmilk would these bottles be okay? Sorry a niave question but I didnt have much success bf last time ;(
    Yep they would be fine for storing breast milk

    I went and had a look at them yesterday and they have an extra valve bit that you put in then put the teat over the top... Not sure if I like that so I'm going to have a look at baby land tomorrow as they have the glass chicco bottles which look really good.

    Decisions decisions!! Either way I'm sure glass is going to be alot better then plastic

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