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    Oh and dummies... Gumdrop ones. You can only buy online.

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    Omg Kirstykileen that is amazing!!!

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    Wow Kirsty how cool is that bottle/dummy thing you have going on! I'm looking into one now!

    My DD would only take cheapo cherry dummies, but DS heaves when I give him them, he prefers a smaller teat part so using avent ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by callmedragon22 View Post
    Love love NUK everything over here
    Same here.

    Tried avent with both kids, and mam with DS but DS as DD definately prefers nuk to all else.

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    We had Medela bottles/teats for our daughter, as she was breastfed with the occasional EBM bottle. She wasn't particularly fond of them... very hit & miss. At 3 months, we introduced 1 formula feed a day so needed something she'd drink from more consistently. Bought a MAM bottle and she drank wonderfully from it. Have been using it for the past 3 months and she does pretty well with it. I don't think she liked how stiff the Medela (calma) teats were.

    Edit: as for dummies, we tried a few different shapes & brands and ended up with nuby orthodontic. It's the only one she really liked of the things we tried.
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    I love pigeon! With dd I used big w dymples wide neck bottles and pigeon teats this time around I will use pigeon bottles and teats as for dummies nuk ones were great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demdez View Post
    I second MAM bottles! We were using closer to nature & she was also very windy, we switched to mam when DD was 8 weeks & she was so much better straight away, not perfect but improved! They're sold at Target & Big W!
    Another vote for MAM! My DD2took to them really well. MAM dummies are also their favourite

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    I'm all for nuk.
    Ds 1 and 2 would not take any other than nuk orthotic teats and dummies.

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    First time around I used closer to nature with this bub we have tried nuk. So far they are fine!

    for dummies I know most people like they cherry style, even the midwives told me both times 'babies done like the small ones!'

    both girls were opposite and like small ones. Dd1 only liked the avent ones that look small and pretty straight and dd2 spits most out after a suck but is happier with the avent ones or the tommee tippee closer to nature orthodontic ones.

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    Default Mimiumi bottles- the best by far

    Hi Guys,
    I have 3 kids and I used a brand called Mimijumi to co-feed (breast and bottle). They are made in Austria but designed in the USA. I actually originally go them when on holiday there, but they are now sold in OZ. They are designed specifically to mimic breastfeeding and are designed by 2 doctors. The are pretty amazing, unlike anything else on the market really.
    Here is the link to the site if you are interested:

    www.mimijumi.com.au

    Best of luck feeding xx
    Em


 

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