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TrixieGirl Due July 4; 1 child; Maryland 1175 posts
24th Jun '13
Quoting I♥RYLEIGH:" Formula"


I like to keep the baby water room temp too which helps in getting it warm faster and I think at like between 4-6 months my guy stopped caring if it was warm....he was just worried about hurry up and get my bottle! So the room temp water worked out okay but you know, every baby is different. I read about folks on here warming bottles for like 15m/o's cause they wont take it any other way.

Sara❥ TTC since May 2014; 1 child; Sumter, South Carolina 8755 posts
24th Jun '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting TrixieGirl:</b>" I like to keep the baby water room temp too which helps in getting it warm faster and I think at like ... [snip!] ... every baby is different. I read about folks on here warming bottles for like 15m/o's cause they wont take it any other way."</blockquote>




My DS just quit having his warmed at 10 months. :)

I♥RYLEIGH 49 kids; Windsor, Ontario 10434 posts
24th Jun '13
Quoting TrixieGirl:" I like to keep the baby water room temp too which helps in getting it warm faster and I think at like ... [snip!] ... every baby is different. I read about folks on here warming bottles for like 15m/o's cause they wont take it any other way."


I'm still sterilizing water atm because DD is only 2 1/2 mos. So I boil it then make a days worth of formula and keep it in the fridge ready to use (I use the concentrate that you mix with water). She'll drink formula at room temp but prefers it warm