i always make sure the water is hot enough to kill any bacteria in the powder because they say the powder isnt sterile dont they? then i cool her feed in some cold water and she has it at room temperature its so much easier, but she will take a warm bottle if i offer it.
We do all feeds at room temp - I make up the feeds in advance with boiling water then store them in the fridge then warm up to room temp when needed ( before anyone says anything - I know you are not supposed to make then up in advance!!! - I'm a very naughty mummy)
Room temperature is fine if she'll take it at that temperature. Harry won't even touch his milk unless it's warmed - if I try giving it to him at room temperature, it's almost like i'm trying to give him poison - he's disgusted!
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