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When I say I’ve tried just about every baby bottle out there with my son, I mean it. He was born with a tongue tie that wasn’t diagnosed until he was about a month old, and at that point, I felt that we were finally getting into our groove and didn’t think surgically clipping it was the best idea. Looking back now, I’m glad I didn’t put him through the procedure, whether people claim it’s painful or not, because we did eventually fall into our groove and found the right bottles he could use.
After a few months, he stopped showing interest in his basic bottles and only wanted to nurse. While I didn’t mind the closeness and comfort it provided him, it wasn’t always the most convenient option and I needed him to still take a bottle. This is where we started trying just about every baby bottle – again. I never got rid of the other bottles we tried with him so I started trying them again, hoping he would take something I already had on hand. My oldest daughter took the original Philips Avent bottles, and my middle daughter loved her Philips Avent Natural bottles, so it was only natural to start with the tried and true bottles we had in the past. However, this time around Philips Avent made a few changes to make their already awesome bottles even better!
This past winter, Philips Avent introduced an updated version of their Philips Avent Natural bottle. Philips Avent was already a top choice in baby bottles for my family due to their minimal bottle parts, but they’ve improved the nipple with an ultra soft nipple. This new nipple more closely resembles the breast and mimics breastfeeding. Additionally, because of the nipple’s wide breast-shape, it allows for easy transition between breast and bottle. The flexible spiral design prevents collapsing during feeding, and the anti-colic Airflex vent technology reduces colic and discomfort by venting air away from baby’s tummy.
All Philips Avent bottles and sippy cup parts are interchangeable, which is great as baby grows and makes for an easy transition. It’s another reason why Philips Avent bottles are my top choice to meet my baby’s needs.
You can find out more about Philips Avent Natural bottles and their also new Anti-colic bottle with AirFree vent by visiting Philips Avent.