I am beyond thrilled that Mason can drink milk out of a bottle. It was a nightmare (for my MIL) to spoon feed Kenzie my pumped milk. Although I don't mind pumping at work, I'm exhausted during the night because Mason snacks and can't sleep for long periods. I therefore want to transition him to formula because I have read that he will feel fuller :) Although I have been giving him ready to feed because of fear of mis-mixing powder, the cost has driven me to attempt formula. Baby Brezza has a wonderful Temp Control Water Kettle that eased my fear.
This kettle is so easy to use right out of the box, after washing, of course. I just filled the kettle with cold, filtered water and the kettle immediately turned a deep red color. The temperature reading showed 64 degrees. That is cold - especially when making a bottle for Mason to drink asap. Plus, I think the powder mixes more easily with warm water.
In no time, the Baby Brezza kettle changed to a bright blue color and the temperature read 98 degrees. This is the temperature that is supposed to be ideal for digestion and baby's enjoyment. I measured out the formula, added the water and then mixed. I was worried that it might be too hot for Mason so I shook a few drops onto my hand to test the temperature. I was surprised that it wasn't scalding as I had thought and proceeded to give Mason the bottle. He readily started drinking and I was a happy mama.
What's neat about this BPA free kettle is that you can have up to 51 ounces of water heated at 98 degrees - all day long. When empty, the kettle automatically shuts off for safety.
I no longer have to fear the powder formula and can steadily wean Mason off of moi. I just need to wait for the formula dispenser so MIL can create the perfect bottle :)
Buy It: You can purchase the Baby Brezza Temperature Control Water Kettle for $39.99.
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