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    Default Overnight feeds

    What does everyone do to warm bottles overnight? My 7 week old prefers a warm bottle but by the time I get to the kitchen and boil the kettle he is screaming and it is hard to resettle him?
    what does everyone else do to prepare Bottles overnight? Any good ideas?

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    I always just zapped prepared bottles of cooled boiled water in the microwave!

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    With dd I ended up buying an avent bottle warmer and I certainly got good use out of it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demdez View Post
    I always just zapped prepared bottles of cooled boiled water in the microwave!
    This is what I did too. Or before you go to bed boil the kettle and keep it in a thermos?

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    I used to fill a thermos of water and leave it on the counter. Same if we were going out. Dd like it at room temp now so I am very happy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Demdez View Post
    I always just zapped prepared bottles of cooled boiled water in the microwave!
    Yep this is what we do too

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    This is what I did too. Or before you go to bed boil the kettle and keep it in a thermos?

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    I do this, but I put thte hot water in a large mug and heat the room temperature bottle by submersion while I feed at the breast. I keep the tin of formula close by and add it after the water has been warmed. My bubba sicks up room temperature water too. Tepid water is best for him.

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    I pre-boil my water and fill the bottles to the right level, then I microwave it for 30 secs and add in the formula. I do this during the day too, makes it heaps easier. All I have to do is make my bottles after the dishwasher has run and then it's all done for the day

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    Thermos flask wherever i go!
    Last edited by Zahra723; 05-07-2014 at 16:53.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amiedoll View Post
    I pre-boil my water and fill the bottles to the right level, then I microwave it for 30 secs and add in the formula. I do this during the day too.
    I do this too. Nice and quick with a hungry baby overnight.

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