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  1. Wendy @ New Moms Talk says September 13, 2013

    We have loved the ThinkBaby bottles. Susanna has been completely a-okay transitioning to the bottle when it’s needed, and they are wonderfully easy to clean.

    The starter pack is ideal in price with 6 bottles and nipples of three different flows.

    Kudos to my great husband who did the research and found them.

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  2. Nadia says September 13, 2013

    The tommee tippee ones work great. I just transitioned to working full-time and he drinks milk from that from 7 am till 7 pm. but when I come home, he roots and goes right on perfectly fine. I heard horror stories of babies that will NOT want mama anymore after certain bottles, so lets hope LOs don’t love the bottles toooo much :-p

    I want to try the platex ones because I bought two boxes of them from the beginning and now they are just sitting around.

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  3. Renee says September 13, 2013

    Comotomo are the only ones he likes! I love the silicone bottles and they mimic the breast wonderfully. I also love the wide neck that makes it so easy to pour warmed milk into the bottle. Great product.

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  4. Ivy says September 13, 2013

    The first years breastflow bottles worked for us!

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  5. Erin says September 13, 2013

    I second what Ivy says…the Breastflow bottles were WONDERFUL!!! So easy to go back and forth!!!

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  6. Teresa says September 15, 2013

    Medela Calma! Made it very easy to do both breastfeeding and bottle feeding!

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  7. Amber says September 15, 2013

    I used the playtex dropins as well and the breastmilk bags fit just fine so I didn’t have to buy the actual drop ins. We just warmed the milk from the freezer and dropped that bag into the bottle! Worked like a charm and I got to pump/breastfeed for a whole year while working full time!

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  8. TJ Gilbert says September 16, 2013

    After trying EVERY bottle with no success my little girl at 9 months decided she was happy with the Tommee Tippee and Avent bottles. I think she just knew what was best for her. She now happily takes breast or bottle.

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  9. Jocelyn says September 29, 2013

    Anyone mention the Kiinde? The look amazing but the salesperson at the store discouraged us. Would love to hear if anyone is using them 🙂

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