When it comes to feeding infants, baby bottles are an item many moms use every day, whether their baby is being breastfed or formula fed. Nursing mamas can find bottles useful for storing pumped milk to be used while they are at work or simply out-and-about. Here are some tips for introducing the bottle to a breastfed baby.
All Baby Bottles Are Not Created Equal
Experts agree that establishing and maintaining a proper latch reduces indigestion and feeding issues, which is why our LATCH™ baby bottles feature nipples designed to be super flexible. They imitate the breast by stretching, flexing and pumping, enabling a proper, sustainable latch every time the baby is fed.
LATCH™ bottles were also designed with an anti-colic valve at the bottom of the bottle to prevent air from passing through the milk or formula. This significantly helps to reduce gassiness and fussiness, resulting in better quality sleep for babies.
Our baby bottles are BPA free and are available in 3 different nipple options, offering the correct flow level for each stage.
Baby Bottle Accessories
You’ll also find an assortment of useful baby bottle and feeding accessories, including nursing pads, bottle and valve brushes and bottle sterilization bags. Speaking of sterilization, here are some of our favorite tips on how to clean and sterilize baby bottles like a pro!
If you’re looking for a great gift for a new or expecting mom, the LATCH™ Newborn Gift Set is a practical gift that will be appreciated and used by mom, whether she plans to breastfeed or bottle feed her baby.