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    Default WDYT? Self feeding bottle

    Personally, I don't understand why anyone wouldn't make time to sit down, cradle their baby and feed them by hand. This new bottle design seems lazy to me! I do understand that we as patents get busy at times, but c'mon!

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    Can't see image but can only imagine. I would not feed my baby like that.

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    Yeah, not for me. I'd prefer to sit down and feed my baby, in saying that, I do understand that people have things to do and can be busy with multiples or what not but I personally would not use one.

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    These bottles have been vital in using with some children who have feeding challenges and issues.

    In that instance they are very good. As an everyday day thing I personally wouldn't. I loved the cuddles that came with bottle feeding.

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    I breastfed my son and will breastfeed the next one. If I was unable to produce milk and had to bottle feed, I would be certainly hold them for while they had a bottle.

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    They look pretty cool I'd only use it occasionally since I also like to hold and cuddle my babies while they drink their bottles, but I can see times it would be really handy (like during long car trips etc).

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    I don't like the idea in normal circumstances. Although a little different I can't stand seeing young babies with bottles propped up.

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    I'm a cuddler so I wouldn't use it, but I can see how it would be useful for bubs with feeding issues!

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    Some of the testimonials describe giving them to babies in car seats etc- it doesn't sound any safer than propping a bottle- a choking hazard. While I can see they may help some people with special needs, for most babies I don't think I like these. Whether you breast or bottle feed I think it's nice to hold, cuddle and bond with baby during feeding. And I think it's important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Atropos View Post
    Some of the testimonials describe giving them to babies in car seats etc- it doesn't sound any safer than propping a bottle- a choking hazard. While I can see they may help some people with special needs, for most babies I don't think I like these. Whether you breast or bottle feed I think it's nice to hold, cuddle and bond with baby during feeding. And I think it's important.
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