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*NEW* Innovations from Playtex! #MomTrust #Giveaway {CAN}

Earlier this month, I wrote about my journey from breast to bottle.  While most of the time the mother decides when to stop breastfeeding and start bottle feeding, there are times when babies decide all on their own.  Playtex bottles have been around for many years.  Because technology changes, and because Playtex wants to give you and your baby the best bottle feeding experience, Playtex is continually changing the design and function of their bottles.

New initiatives from playtex

The new Playtex VentAire is designed to make feeding easier for both mom and baby. This angled design is unique in that it helps to reduce colic.  The bottom vent helps to decrease air ingestion, and the angled design allows semi-upright feeding which is recommended by pediatricians to — get this! — reduce ear infections!  My daughter had many ear infections as a baby, and as I look back now, I realize they started shortly after she started bottle feeding.  If something as simple as a well designed bottle can help reduce ear infections (with its pain, high fever and hospital visits), I’m in!  The Playtex VentAire is a reusable bottle that is top rack dishwasher safe so it is great on saving money too.

Playtex Bottle Angled

The new Playtex Nurser with Drop-Ins Liners is also an angled design bottle that was created with your baby in mind. The pre-sterilized disposable liners gently collapse to keep air from mixing with your baby’s milk, reducing colic and tummy discomfort. The Playtex Nurser with Drop-Ins Liners are disposable making them perfect for moms on-the-go.  The angled design also makes it easier for little hands to hold their own bottle when they get to that age.

Playtex Bottles

Both of these great bottles can be used with any new Playtex nipple and as always, these Playtex products are BPA free!

So, which nipple should you use with these great Playtex bottles?

Playtex nipple variety pack

The Playtex Nipple Variety Pack comes with two different nipple-flow speeds, slow and medium, and four distinct shapes including Breastlike, Naturalatch, Fullsized for a wider mouth and Angled for semi-upright feeding.  Skip the trial & error and find the nipple that is perfect for your baby.

GIVEAWAY MOMENT:

Canadian Mommy Moment reader will WIN a Playtex slow flow bottle & nipple gift set!

Playtex Bottle & Nipple Gift Kit Slow FLow

 

To enter, leave a blog post comment telling us if you breast feed or bottle feed your babies. Or both!

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Disclosure: I receive special perks as a part of my affiliation with the Playtex Mom Trust program.

The opinions on this blog are my own.

Comments

  1. Melanie B says:

    Bottle fed!

  2. Anne Taylor says:

    I breast fed my first until she was 18months and my second I breast fed and bottle fed as I had to go back to work earlier than with my first!

    I have a baby having a baby, who is planning on breast feeding, but having a couple of bottles is always handy

  3. Juliee Fitze says:

    I bottle fed my son.

  4. Crystal Gwynn says:

    Both…I am just now at 5 months switching to exclusive bottle feeding.

  5. We are breastfeeding but we supplement with pumped milk via ventaire bottles when supply isnt sufficient! Would love to try the different nipples! Where can they be found?

  6. sheridan c says:

    both for my babies..im hoping to win these for my sister she also did both and will prob do both with the baby on the way!

  7. Michelle B says:

    I would love to win this since Im expecting my first., plus I grew up using Playtex as a child.

  8. Charlene Lucas says:

    I breast fed for a year with both babies but I did use bottles periodically so that I would not have as hard a time with the weaning process and it also gave me some freedom to leave them with a caretaker for a short while.

  9. Breastfeed, but I do pump..

  10. Playtex is a great brand I have never had a bad product from them

  11. I did both.

  12. Victoria K says:

    Currently I am breastfeeding my third but she will switch to bottles after 6 months

  13. breast feed to stop until they are done with me…then its on to bottles

  14. Momma Kitty says:

    I am a first-time mom-to-be, and I hope to be able to breast feed and also supplement with pumped milk so my husband can bond with baby too (and I can occasionally take a break!) But, we’ll see how everything goes!

  15. kristen visser says:

    i breast fed my first and hope to be able to breast feed my second with no problems

  16. Nicole B says:

    I breast fed at first then I had to go back on medication for epilepsy so I bottle fed for the rest of the time!

  17. Dayna Wilson says:

    I exclusively breast fed my first for 13 months. I now have a one month old daughter, and she is also EBF, but pretty soon now she’s going to be read for me to express some milk into a bottle.

  18. Lesley E says:

    Bottle Feed!

  19. Chelsea D says:

    I’m currently breastfeeding but it’s soon going to be time to switch to bottle feeding for us.

  20. Maegan Morin says:

    It was both for me. I tried to breast feed both in the beginning but I was never able to produce enough milk so we did both.

  21. Carole Dube says:

    I did both.

  22. sharon boyle says:

    Bottle Fed both my daughters

  23. michelle says:

    I used Playtex and bottle fed my son.

  24. kathy downey says:

    bottle fed

  25. i do both!

  26. Bailey Eileen Parr says:

    This if for my daughter and she breast feeds as well as bottle feeds

  27. I am currently bottle feeding my little princess and always searching for the PERFECT bottle. She gets gassy and I am trying to eliminate this as much as possible. Ty for this amazing opportunity ♡. Shared

  28. I breastfed exclusively

  29. I did both. Breastfeed, pumped and bottle fed, and formula bottle fed.

  30. Chandra Christine O'Connor says:

    I did both

  31. Breastfed both.

  32. Annette Herbst says:

    I bottle fed (don’t hate me I didn’t get good milk in so had no choice) and used Playtex bottle with the liners

  33. Stephen Gordon says:

    Bottle fed.

  34. Kristine Ewald says:

    I breast feed my baby but will bottle feed after I am done breast feeding

  35. Breast feed right now but would like to use bottles now too!

  36. Julie Lamontagne says:

    I breastfed all my babies but used mainly bottles with my first!

  37. Angela Mitchell says:

    I breast feed my son and I breast fed my daughter but I also used bottles when I pumped.

  38. Brandee H says:

    I breastfed until he was ten months old when my milk stopped. We used bottles till he turned a year old.

  39. I do both

  40. I usually breastfeed but do use bottles when I need to be away and someone else will be feeding the baby

  41. We will bottle feed.

  42. Debbie W says:

    Those days are over, but when I did, I did both.

  43. Alexa Nernberg says:

    I breastfed our first born for a week then turned to the bottle, as he was more satisfied with that. Our second child was on the bottle from the start. Thanks for sponsoring this giveaway and for the opportunity to participate.

  44. We did both from the start with our little premie, he would get so exhausted breast feeding and needed to get bigger :)

  45. Erin McGrath says:

    Bottle fed

  46. Clair P says:

    I’ve pump then bottle feed, but this time around I’m thinking I’m going to do the same pump then bottle

  47. Angie Andrews says:

    I mostly breastfed, but had bottles on hand for my husband to feed the baby when I was out

  48. Both

  49. both

  50. I breastfed my three children, but I would love to win this for my friend who will be feeding by both breast and bottle!

  51. Darlene W says:

    Breast fed and supplimented with pumped milk in a bottle

  52. Joce Lyne says:

    breastfed all three!

  53. Darlene Schuller says:

    I did both.

  54. Bottle only.

  55. I did both.

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