My friend Rita received 2 packs of bottles from Tommee Tippee for review with her baby Krish and here are her thoughts.
During my pregnancy I had asked many friends about things I should purchase in preparation for my son’s arrival. I had bottles at the top of my list, which I repeatedly was told to hold off on purchasing because babies have preferences for different types. I have come to realize how much small differences in bottles make a huge impact. I've tried four different brands and recently tried Tommee Tippee’s closer to nature baby bottles.
My little guy latched on right away and started chugging his milk. Compared to other brands, these bottles have a shorter nipple so he doesn’t gag on them, which makes a huge difference. These bottles are designed to feel and look similar to the breast including flex and stretch ripples to mimic breastfeeding. The way my kiddo latched on and began drinking I can tell that these claims are quite accurate. Aside from my baby’s comfort with the bottles, I also was happy to find that these bottles are so simple to clean.
Other brands have several parts to prevent colic, but Tommee Tippee has an easi-vent valve which requires no extra parts for the same effect. Having to wash 3 parts in comparison to several little pieces makes a world of a difference when you don’t have time to spare. I also love their Colour My World ($16 for a 3 pack) edition of the bottles. The colors give a much more lively and playful appearance than the sterile competitors. If you’re a new mom like me, I highly suggest trying out different brands before purchasing too many bottles and seeing which ones you like because those little differences matter a great deal.
Just in time for the holidays, these wonderful bottles also come in a simple and adorable snowflake print ($16.99). I love all the holiday decorations during this season so this is simply perfect for my baby’s first Christmas.
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