After answering a post about breast milk it had me researching about some stuff and I was wondering how many of you sterilized your baby feeding stuff? and if so how long...I never did and my baby is 4.5 mos. It's recommended until 3 mos. Also, I wondered why we warm milk up before we give it to them? I've always done it but I never really knew why and I couldn't find the answer. I think it has something to do with it cold milk causing tummy aches...does anyone know?
Answer by wainne at 4:21 AM on Jan. 4, 2009
Answer by Wyattsmom205 at 10:51 PM on Jan. 3, 2009
I bought a bottle sterilizer but only used it a few times. We just washed everything really well. I did sterilize my pump stuff every few days.
Heating up bottle isn't necessary, but most babies won't drink cold milk. I tried to feed mine right out of the fridge, but he wouldn't really take it. So when I made bottles I'd get to at least room temperature. He really them warm better, but would tolerate them as long as they weren't cold.
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