If your baby cries during bottle feeding, choosing the right bottle can make switching from breast to bottle feeding much smoother. Below are our must-haves when it comes to baby bottles:
If your breastfed baby won’t take a bottle, it could be that you haven’t found the right bottle or nipple. You could consider this natural glass baby bottle – its ultra-soft nipples resemble the breast to help make bottle feeding a more natural experience for you and your baby. The wide breast-shaped nipple also helps your baby achieve a natural latch, making it easy to combine breast and bottle feeding.
If your baby is fussy during bottle feedings, it may be helpful to try to relieve any gassiness or reflux that he or she may be experiencing. One option is this anti-colic bottle that has a unique AirFree vent to help reduce colic, gas and reflux. By keeping the nipple full of milk, rather than air, this bottle is designed to help your baby swallow less air as they feed.
Both bottles are great options for when you want to combine or transition from breast to bottle feeding.