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    I am thinking about going back to work soonish so would need to be mixed feeding DS1. I would love to hear what people think re: the best bottles to use. I have been using the Avent bottles (with LF milk for dd2 but dont like them)

    Both my girls are lactose intolerant and from memory I used s26 lactose free last time, but it has been quite a while and am also wondering what new formulas might be out there that I could try

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    How old is he? Does he take a bottle currently, or is that something you need to work on?

    My ds never took a bottle so we bought Tommee Tippee sippy bottles instead - basically a bottle with a sippy cup spout. They are great

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    He is only 5 weeks old and hasnt ever had a bottle before... :/

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    I mix fed from birth. We ended up with avent bottles (tried a million different bottles) and s26 comfort.

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    I mixed fed ds from birth (not by choice unfortunately) and i found that ds really took to the closer to nature bottles and there was no breast confusion. We used s26 original with no issues.

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