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Switch bottles? ::1st:: Time Mommy 1 child; Sumner, Washington 255 posts
10th Feb '13

I am bottle feeding my 2 month old and I recently bought a drop in bottle for our trip to eastern WA ( i was not taking our bottles with us just to wash them every use) now i am cuaght between using the vent aire bottles that i love or continuing with the drop in system. If i can find a place to buy drop in bottles in bulk i will deffinetly continue but the vent aire bottles are so hard to clean. i dont want to buy any new bottles because we have a stash of 12 reg bottles (prbably excsive but soon it will be 10) and 4 drop in bottles. Any one that can help me sway one way or the other?



Also anyone know where to buy drop in liners in bulk?

Zombie Mom ✄ 1 child; Washington 13824 posts
10th Feb '13

I bought walmart liners.. they were super cheap. and just bought a lot of them. I never used regular bottles! lol

MamaKate<3 TTC since Mar 2012; 2 kids; Ohio 16935 posts
10th Feb '13

I have no idea... but man this makes me glad I breastfed my children! I can't imagine having to buy all those bottles and do all that stuff. I am way too lazy to formula feed lol.

::1st:: Time Mommy 1 child; Sumner, Washington 255 posts
10th Feb '13
Quoting Masturkate TTC:" I have no idea... but man this makes me glad I breastfed my children! I can't imagine having to buy all those bottles and do all that stuff. I am way too lazy to formula feed lol."


I triedt o breast feed. My medication depleated my supply though. made me super upset. And unfortunetly its not a medication for osmething like heart burn. i cant not take it. Next time around though i am hoping to be on nothing or something that wont effect my suppply. I LOVED breast feeding.