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Old Aug 1st, 2010, 14:58 PM   11
summer rain
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I like the NUK bottles; they are a bit nipple shaped but not quite; my boys could never get the jist of the perfectly round bobble shape nipple on the avent and TT ones...no matter how slow flow the teat they would suck some out; and then not swallow it; so much of my EBM would be wasted. They also never got remotely confused switching between NUK and boobie either

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Old Aug 1st, 2010, 17:35 PM   12
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Hi

I like the NUK bottles; they are a bit nipple shaped but not quite; my boys could never get the jist of the perfectly round bobble shape nipple on the avent and TT ones...no matter how slow flow the teat they would suck some out; and then not swallow it; so much of my EBM would be wasted. They also never got remotely confused switching between NUK and boobie either

Soph x
The shape is orthodontic.



 
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Old Aug 1st, 2010, 22:02 PM   13
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for dd we got TT CTN as well as nuby and breast flow. so far dd likes the TT ones best but breastflow is her 2nd favorite.



 
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Old Aug 6th, 2010, 11:04 AM   14
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yep they are orthodontic but the newer ones are similar to a nipple especially the way the teat is moulded slightly higher on one side (which happens in real life to your nipples when baby pulls away; or at least this used to happen to me). Apparantly the teat was originally based on a nipple shape. Also the orthodontic shape is better for their mouth and jaw than other bottles because they really do have to work at it. Its just a shame that the full range isn't available in the UK and you have to order from Germany if you want the breastmilk storage containers on their own; for example.

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Old Aug 6th, 2010, 11:07 AM   15
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I'd say dont buy too many as some babies prefer some to others. I tried them and didnt get on with them ended up with avent and he will take a breast flow



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Old Aug 6th, 2010, 20:12 PM   16
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These are the ones I used and use again now that LO takes a bottle again! She started out with these and the breast when she came home and had a bottle a day for 2 months, then we became lazy and she ended up not having a bottle until a few days ago... anyways, I like these. She refused the TT ones sadly, because I do like them. I hear such good things about them.



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Old Aug 7th, 2010, 08:27 AM   17
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http://www.thewatergeeks.com/Adiri-U...Flow-p-72.html

Adiri Natural Nurser - it's the only bottle my son will take. we tried all sorts of 'close to breast' bottles and nothing worked. (We never tried Tommee Tippee though because those just started being offered here in Canada)
This looks like a fab bottle!



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Old Aug 7th, 2010, 11:42 AM   18
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I'm giving with the adiri nurser too, I am returning to work quite quickly and so will be sharing childcare with dh, these seem ideal for us and although a little expensive, worth the investment.



 
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Old Aug 7th, 2010, 12:26 PM   19
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I have the TT CTN bottles and my LO takes from the breast and bottle just fine and has done from day 2.

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Old Aug 7th, 2010, 14:30 PM   20
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Medela do a new teat specially for breast feeding. You can get them in mothercare for 11.99 for one bottle. I also have the medela mini pump. My lo is 11 days and feeds constently! x



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