which bottles are best??? Leash25 2 kids; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 1395 posts10th Oct '12
so I plan to breast feed my baby but I also want to pump too, But I'm a little overwhelmed by all of the choices of bottles to get. I was thinking about Playtex drop ins or evenflo or maybe avent. There are so many choice can some body give me some feed back as to what worked for them??? Thank you!!!!
SR ♥ 1 child; V, AR, United States 7749 posts10th Oct '12
I will be no doubt be getting some at my baby shower. But I plan on buying a pack of Dr. Browns. But...I will only buy one pack at first, to be sure he likes them.
✿LilyBear09✿ 17 kids; Oregon 5005 posts10th Oct '12
The Breast Flow bottles worked best for us while breast feeding.
Allissa Specht 35 kids; Essexville, Michigan 5399 posts10th Oct '12
Depends on baby. I always loved Dr. Browns and this time am using Scent. My son is breastfed so has only had two bottles.
Zeke's Mama 1 child; Pensacola, Florida 4887 posts10th Oct '12
We use Tommee Tippie and we love them because he can go back and forth between b**b and bottle with no nipple confusion.
sweetbea Z&D my loves 1 child; Houston, Texas 3252 posts10th Oct '12
I asked for dr browns and tommee tippie I heard they were great
*~Stella's Momma~* 1 child; Missouri 1654 posts10th Oct '12
The Medela calma, best by far. Doesn't leak and baby has to use same suckle they use at breast to get any milk.
*Lindsey* 3 kids; Alberta 8795 posts10th Oct '12
ive only ever used the playtex ones with the liners. Theyve always worked for me so never had to try anything else.
Nikki+2 2 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 10926 posts10th Oct '12
Everyone has recommended Tommee Tippee to me so that is what I have. I haven't used them yet though.
BastiansMommy 1 child; Shelton, Washington 2428 posts10th Oct '12
I plan on pumping and breast feeding too...never done it before, and don't know a whole heck of a lot about bottles...but I have the ones I'm gonna use pickd out. I'm gonna use The First Years - Breastflow Bottle Starter Set.
Mrs.Mud Due December 8; 5 kids; 2 angel babies; North Dakota 2986 posts10th Oct '12
I'm using Adiri with this baby... they are by far the most breast-like bottle I've ever seen and I didn't want to worry about nipple confusion. The only downside is they aren't sold in stores (that I've found). I ordered mine from Amazon.
October2011 Due April 3; 1 child; Pennsylvania 6226 posts10th Oct '12
the only one my son would take were the cheapies..evenflow, gerber, and parent choice..each about a dollar a bottle! Avent were the worst.
user banned Iowa 1784 posts10th Oct '12
Quoting October2011:" the only one my son would take were the cheapies..evenflow, gerber, and parent choice..each about a dollar a bottle! Avent were the worst."I got a ton of Avent (they leaked everywhere made huge messes). My kids hated them, they liked the cheapies. Fine by me!
k♥[j&a] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Kentucky 1044 posts10th Oct '12
I breastfeed my daughter and she seems to like th Playtex Nurser (drop ins) the best. Although it did take a little while for her to get used to the faster flow of the bottle nipple compared to my breast.
*D & S's Momma * 34 kids; Winter Haven, Florida 1842 posts11th Oct '12
I've used several kinds, Dr. Brown's are good but take alot more time to clean because of all the parts and pieces. I personally like the Playtex Vent-Air bottles the best and I have those and some of the Similac bottles this time around.