Which bottles do you use?

iVillage Member
Registered: 07-18-2010
Which bottles do you use?
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Tue, 12-14-2010 - 10:33pm

I was using born free glass bottles for the past 6 months but decided to switch to plastic so it will be easier for DD to hold. I was going to get the born free plastic but then decided to try avent instead. I dont know if I am very happy with avent I can see and hear the bubbles forming in the bottle.

I was just wondering if anyone is using avent and have the same issue?

Which bottles is everyone using?

iVillage Member
Registered: 10-01-2003
Tue, 12-14-2010 - 11:18pm

My twins use Avent and seem to be fine with them.

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iVillage Member
Registered: 10-18-2004
Wed, 12-15-2010 - 4:34pm

I have been using the Playtex dropIns system.

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iVillage Member
Registered: 07-18-2010
Wed, 12-15-2010 - 5:52pm

I love the playtex drop ins and tried the bottle but she didnt like the nipple.

iVillage Member
Registered: 04-17-2008
Fri, 12-17-2010 - 12:45pm
We use Dr Browns and I have no complaints! Although, they do have several parts that you have to clean, so if quick & easy clean-up is a must, these would probably not be the best fit for you. Isabella was VERY gassy the 1st few weeks of life & we switched formula as well as bottles. Dr Browns are supposedly designed to reduce/eliminate bubbles and air, hence gas. (and really, they aren't that hard to clean, just not as easy as say... the playtex drop-ins system!)
iVillage Member
Registered: 07-17-2008
Fri, 12-17-2010 - 6:14pm

We are using Evenflo glass bottles when JB takes a bottle, but she's mostly breastfed. My first DD was exclusively bottlefed and we used the same glass bottles, but I had the same problem you seem to have- baby can't hold up the heavier glass bottles! I also tried

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Registered: 02-26-2004
Sun, 12-19-2010 - 5:35pm

Another vote for the Playtex Drop-ins here.

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iVillage Member
Registered: 07-18-2010
Sun, 12-19-2010 - 7:07pm

The avent box says that the bottles are bpa free. were they not before?

I think I'm going to try to give her the playtex bottle again and see if she will take the nipple.