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    Default Best Bottles for Baby

    For you ladies who are already mothers, which bottles did you find the best? There's a few different brandsand I'm just not sure which one to get!

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    When DD was a little one, I used Avent.

    Apparently there's a better one out there now, Nuby or something like that, but we're going to get the Avents again. Just because we're used to them and already have a steriliser.

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    Avent is the only bottle that my son likes

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    I use medela. I started with Avent and it made her wind worse. Tried tommy tippee, nuk, pigeon then onto medela. I liked the pigeon ones best but DD likes the medela ones. My advice is get plastic ones so you can teach them to hold it without incidents!!

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    I use Tommee Tipee.

    But OP, please don't go out and buy a bunch of one brand and waste money. Bubs may not like the initial bottle you buy. DD went through about 3-4 different teats and bottles before we found one she liked and could drink from properly

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    We tried all the big name brand bottles with DD1 and they were all crap and we ended up using Dymples brand bottles, they were the best.
    With DD2 we went straight to Dymples brand again.

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    It never occurred tome that she might have a preference! So much to learn.....

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    With DD I used avent and had no issues :-)
    With DS I used tommee tippee closer to nature and had no issues there, I will say I tried MAM before tommee tippee and he had latching issues with the MAM bottles

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    I used Green to Grow because i prefer to have no chemicals in my kids bottles but they are a bit expensive

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    We went through lots but found the Pigeon brand best.


 

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