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MrsW1215 February 6th, 2010 04:34 AM

Tommee Tippee bottles
 
Has anyone tried these? They are suppose to be the best when switching from breast to bottle. I was registered for Avent and Dr. Browns but when I saw these last night I decided to go with them instead. They have a vent for colic and a wide area around the nipple to mimic the breast. They seem really neat and I was just wondering if anyone has tried them or plans on trying them. You can get them at babiesrus or they have a tommee tippee website.

Chelnae6 February 6th, 2010 07:19 AM

Re: Tommee Tippee bottles
 
I got a few of these on my registry. Havent tried them out yet though b/c I have no baby to try them out on lol. But I heard that they're the closest thing to a real nipple so I wanted to get a few just incase I might have to bottle feed within the 1st month so that she wont get attached to the bottle and can get back on the boob!

niema February 6th, 2010 07:22 AM

Re: Tommee Tippee bottles
 
I actually just got mine in the mail a few days ago! I also got the pacifiers. Im trying those, the Adiri bottles and the Breastflow bottles, I also just bought plain ole 5 oz glass evenflo bottles. I have quite a stash to go through.:lol:

k8liz311 February 6th, 2010 08:46 AM

Re: Tommee Tippee bottles
 
I was going to look into these.. I'll have to check them out. I never used bottles with my 1st but now that I'm working I have to. This is new to me!

sarah* February 6th, 2010 08:57 AM

Re: Tommee Tippee bottles
 
Yeah i used them, i have them this time too, they are good, i wouldn't say they are anything "special" though, the teat is made to mimic the breast to avoid confusion if you are going to do breast/bottle.
for colic and windy babies i prefer the Dr.Browns (even though there is lots of bits and it can get annoying!) its the best bottle to help with wind (imo)

ChrissySTL February 6th, 2010 09:40 AM

Re: Tommee Tippee bottles
 
I keep seeing these advertised on BRU website and they do look neat, but I am sticking with the drop ins. If those don't work for my little guy I will try some other bottles at that time. I get overwhelmed about things like this and I find myself second guessing everything I decide on. I am just one of those people who has a hard time making decisions!


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