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    The teat on the bottle could be too fast or slow for him. DD started getting edgy while feeding recently because her teat was too slow. I added extra holes & she's happier now.

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    Thanks SugarSkull, my 1st thought was that the flow was too slow and he wasn't getting it quick enough, he hasn't been too bad today but I'm going to try adding an extra hole to the teat before I experiment with other bottles.


 

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