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While I'm going to try to nurse atleast part time, it's still up in the air if I will be able to due to a breast reduction 15 years back...but I've used the MAM bottles, and they are fabulous! The bottom screws off so super easy to make sure they're clean. And we always use the Mam binkies, so there's no nipple confusion...My girls were never really burpy or gassy either, so maybe the bottle had something to do with it..
What type of bottles did you use before and are you planning on sticking with that brand? We used advent before and will be using them again. I will be 110% bottle feeding. I had a breast reduction and probably couldn't anyway, however even if I could....I defiantly wouldn't.
I nurse, but Jax will also get bottles when I am not around (work etc). I have almost always used the playtex drops ins. With Julian he had to use the wide dr browns and I hated them. So far, I am still going for the playtex.
Ethan Michael 6*13*2000, Toryn Elizabeth 6*18*04, Julian Alexander 2*8*08, Jaxson Lea 5*4*12
Last time i used platex vent aire which worked well but i hated cleaning all the pieces and then drop ins too. this time im going to do avent and then ill probably switch to drop ins after a few months.
Good to know! Our baby will get bm bottles and i've been wondering what to use. The ones I had before were hard to find and didn't stick around long. I think they were by Johnson. They were a drop in, but the middle turned so they were angled. I loved them. Still have them, but not sure about using them.