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    Im another who just does boiled water in bottles. Pop bottle with just water in the microwave for a few seconds then add formula. The dr approved it when I first started because when you add the formula and shake it evens out the hot spots apparently. We havent had a problem with it.
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    I boil the water, let it cool, fill up my bottles and then store them in the fridge. I add formula after I heat the bottle up.


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    I make each bottle as I need it. I clean and sterilize and then put boiling water in each bottle...then when it comes to feeding time I put the formula powder in and shake it. I don't heat them cos I just leave them on the bench so the water cools down. If I go out I take the formula dispenser.

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    I used to fill all my bottles and a spare of boiled water the night before and fill formula dispenser with all the feeds and just make up the bottle at feed time. My kids preferred it at room temp - which made life super easy!

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    I have been prefilling the bottles with water and just adding the formula...SOOOOO much easier!


 

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