Others ONLY need to feed baby if you are not around, everyone else needs to find their OWN way to bond with baby, not interrupt BFing.
That being said I used Tommee Tippee bottles when I worked
Bottles are much of a muchness. All carry equal risk of nipple preference, beacuse that's something attached to the baby rather than a bottle. A baby prone to preference will get it with all bottles. A baby not prone will not get it no matter what you use.
Buy ONE of the bottle you want to try. Hand it to dad the first time you need to go out. Leave. Let dad have at it. YOU cannot be a part of the process. Bottles are generally refused if mom is present.
Quoting tabi_cat1023:Others ONLY need to feed baby if you are not around, everyone else needs to find their OWN way to bond with baby, not interrupt BFing.That being said I used Tommee Tippee bottles when I worked
I don't remember the name, but the ones that worked best had the plastic bag inside the bottle. I used the slow flow ones that are really wide and mimic the breast.
Yes what baby will take. We used Advent with both my DDs
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