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June 1st, 2009, 07:33 AM
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I know not everyone warms their bottles, and i wish i didnt have to lol, but hayden wont eat unless its somewhat warm

so how do you warm them? use a warmer? hot water?

if you use a bottle warmer, are they worth it? i'm thinking of getting one just to make it easier at night...

anywone have advice?? thanks:-)
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June 1st, 2009, 11:59 AM
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I use a First Years bottle warmer. I swear by it for the simple fact that I don't like to give her the formula right after its been mixed. I like to refrigerate it and let it settle. Back when I used to make it and give it straight to her it was foamy and made her gassy and spit up. Plus the clumps never settled all the way.
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June 1st, 2009, 06:21 PM
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we don't warm bottles....unless they come outta the fridge (and even then I only warm them if it's aroundbedtime.....)

when I do warm them I just run them under hot tap water
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June 1st, 2009, 07:53 PM
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I have First Years Quick Serve bottle warmer. I warm all of Kaylin's bottles to about room temperature to be easier on her tummy. If we are out and about, she tends to like a cool bottle since it's hot outside.

But if I am at home, I always warm it.

It is warmed and ready to go by time I get her diaper changed, and wash my hands.


My only note would be - if you are using Dr. Brown's bottles - DO NOT fill the bottle fuller than 8 oz. (There is a little line on the bottle that says "Do Not Fill Above Here" or something to that effect.) It will over flow and spill into the warmer and make a huge stinky mess!
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June 2nd, 2009, 06:44 PM
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I use the Avent bottle warmer and love it. you can even warm jars of food.
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June 5th, 2009, 08:06 AM
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I have First Years Quick Serve bottle warmer. I warm all of Kaylin's bottles to about room temperature to be easier on her tummy. If we are out and about, she tends to like a cool bottle since it's hot outside.

But if I am at home, I always warm it.

It is warmed and ready to go by time I get her diaper changed, and wash my hands.


My only note would be - if you are using Dr. Brown's bottles - DO NOT fill the bottle fuller than 8 oz. (There is a little line on the bottle that says "Do Not Fill Above Here" or something to that effect.) It will over flow and spill into the warmer and make a huge stinky mess!
I just bought this one a couple days ago!! its great! its cheaper than the other ones out there and it works just fine! i'm so happy cuz it makes life sooo much easier.. before i was running the bottles under hot water and it took forever cuz i would constantly have to pull it out and check the temp.. but with this warmer i just stick it in and walk away and come back to a warmed bottle lol
so thank you!! and i'm using the Dr.Brown bottles in it and its great:-)
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June 7th, 2009, 08:38 AM
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We have a car formula warmer but we havent used it yet! lol...She has to have hers warmed too but shes getting to the point now where I can have a bottle of water in the diaper bag room temp and she will take it ok.
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June 8th, 2009, 01:19 PM
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If I can I just use warm water to mix it. Otherwise I use the microwave, and just shake the bottle really well after. I've never had a problem with it "burning" the baby.
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