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When I started working and going back to the office, we were a little worried as to how we would manage our baby’s mealtimes as they need to be on time. I have always been a protective parent, and I still keep looking for feeding bottles for my baby. I believe in using new and attractive feeding bottles as it gives an excellent feel to the baby, and I do not like to use one single bottle for more than 4-5 months.
I was browsing through many websites for new a feeding bottle, and the best bottle I received is from Firstcry.com – the Babyhug Sterilisable Steel Feeding Bottle. This bottle is super new and attractive. I have selected the 320ml bottle; they have various sizes available. The best thing is that this bottle is completely made of stainless steel. I was attracted to it because it can be cleaned and sterilised using a steam steriliser.
I am a traveller, and feeding baby while travelling at times becomes messy. This bottle is spill-free and has a tight locking system. It also has an anti-colic nipple which makes feeding better and comfortable. This bottle is smooth and easy to carry. We mainly store milk in this bottle while travelling so that it does not get spoilt.
My son is a little fussy when it comes to drinking milk; he takes several breaks when drinking. This bottle has a slow, steady flow; my baby drinks milk at his own pace. Another best feature is that it has two separate covers – one that can be used to cover for travelling and one as a regular feeding cover.
If you are a traveller and a busy parent like me, you must get this bottle. In fact, I suggest all new parents buy this bottle. It has truly made my life easy.
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