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    Quote Originally Posted by Windupbird View Post
    I second Dr Browns. We love them. DD is such a guzzler that she takes in so much air with other bottles the last two non Dr Browns she somehow converted her milk into white foam and blew it out her nose
    (You can get a free Dr Browns bottle off their website - you pay about $5 for shipping.)

    In terms of getting her to take the bottle I found it was a mix of trying different positions, times of day, person giving the bottle, etc. Lots of experimenting. She likes to lay down on her back.
    free bottle? Wish I had known I looked so hard for them when I finally found them I bought 4 lol

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    I tried every bottle on the market with my DS & my nephew who both loved the boobie hated the bottle, then a lady showed me & my sister the mam silk touch teat and bottle which has a valve at the base so it has no bubbles forming during drinking and straight away they worked they're at big w and baby bunting sometimes target

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windupbird View Post
    I second Dr Browns. We love them. DD is such a guzzler that she takes in so much air with other bottles the last two non Dr Browns she somehow converted her milk into white foam and blew it out her nose
    (You can get a free Dr Browns bottle off their website - you pay about $5 for shipping.)

    In terms of getting her to take the bottle I found it was a mix of trying different positions, times of day, person giving the bottle, etc. Lots of experimenting. She likes to lay down on her back.
    thanks! i searched the internet cant find their website neither does the free bottle? and whereabouts in sydney you can find them?

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    Here's the website for Dr Brown's:
    http://www.finesseinternational.com.au/

    There's a link on the home page to the free bottle.

    I've bought them at Baby Village in Bondi Junction:
    http://www.babyvillage.com.au/feedin...ottle_bpa_free

    They're a pricey $15 each, but you can get a three pack from Amazon for about $23 (this includes shipping to Aus).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Windupbird View Post
    Here's the website for Dr Brown's:
    http://www.finesseinternational.com.au/

    There's a link on the home page to the free bottle.

    I've bought them at Baby Village in Bondi Junction:
    http://www.babyvillage.com.au/feedin...ottle_bpa_free

    They're a pricey $15 each, but you can get a three pack from Amazon for about $23 (this includes shipping to Aus).
    thanks! i emailed the website but no response so far, anyway i v already purchased one from Ebay for $20 before you replied(i was sooo desperated). Bub still doesnt take it!! dont know what to do now i v tried every method, now i have to spoon feed him bit by bit, 1 hour 100 ml can you image that!!!!!

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    Hi

    We also bought soooo many different types of bottles and the winner for us was the Tommee Tippee closer to nature bottles.

    Hope you find one that suits bubs soon.


 

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