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    Dd ( 11 months) still is bf but has a bottle 1-2 times a day.
    Were off fit a 3 week holiday, how many bottles should we take?

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    You mean actual bottles? Id take 2, you prob only need one but just in case it gets lost or left somewhere 2 is a safer option.

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    We just came back from a holiday OS and I took 2 more bottles than I needed for each day, only so I didn't have to keep washing constantly or worry about running out of clean bottles if we were busy. Then I always had a back up and would wash them once a day at night when we got back.


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    It is better to have a 2 pair of bottles as it will be a safe option. Once you have used on on day and you can clean in the night and use the other bottle the next day.



 

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