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Infant Feeding Products
Hillary Sadler | June 9, 2020
Many of you have already heard about Dr.Brown’s Bottles. They are THE bottles of choice for me! Click here for more details about these bottles.
If you are planning to breast and bottle feed, I would definitely try this bottle type first as I have seen it be successful time and time again with preterm and special care babies I have worked with in the hospital setting
As babies transition to taking less than 2 ounces of plain H2O around six months of age, I think this sippy cup. It allows them to “attempt” and play without spilling water all over the place. Also, it isn’t like a bottle…it helps them grow in their skill set. Link is here https://amzn.to/3dPbcKp
Once babies are 12 months old, I like to transition to a cup with a straw as Toddlers need to increase their fluid volume since they are no longer drinking as much breastmilk or formula.
I like these https://amzn.to/3cKYewd but anything with a straw is good!
If you have an island in your house, this next item is a must! It is probably my all time favorite infant feeding item! https://amzn.to/3h8V0G6
Food experimenting with those first foods, I really like these utensils. They help with texture and they are very safe! https://amzn.to/2BRPZla
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