Satisfy Your Baby ~ Naturally! #AventMoms ~ GIVEAWAY!

Having a baby in the home is a joy for me. I love it. I love being a mom, and I love having a little blessing to hold. Yes….there are times when it’s not quite as enjoyable – perhaps that 3am wake up call or the overflowing diapers *wink* but all things considered, being a mom is one of the best jobs in the world. 🙂

Now….I didn’t say that being a mom was one of the easiest jobs in the world though! In fact, I believe that it is one of the hardest (yet most rewarding) jobs out there. There’s so much to consider…to teach…to learn…to do. Everything from which brand of baby bottle to use, to teaching your kids good character to how much money to put aside in their RESP’s! There’s a lot of things to think about. Most recently we’ve been thrown back into the world of bottles and diapers with a new little addition to our family and as our little pumpkin has been growing older I’ve tried a few different bottles for him to drink water or pumped breast milk out of.

It took a few tries, but I’m thrilled to say that we’ve found one that our little pumpkin gives a double thumbs up! Philips Avent Natural Bottles were just that….’naturally’ easy for him to drink from! The other brands we tried were chewed on and played with by his little tongue…but just didn’t seem to do the trick when it came down to getting him to latch onto the bottle and drink.

Philips Avent Natural Bottles have received the PTPA Seal of Approval. Simply put, that means other parents love this product too! There’s a few reasons why I think that the Philips Avent Natural Bottles were an instant hit with our little one. They have a wide breast shaped nipple which makes it a lot more natural for a baby like ours who is also breastfed. The unique petals inside the nipple create a soft, flexible nipple that won’t collapse like others tend to. Again…a more natural feel for the baby. The nipple is not the only part that has a great shape to it; the rest of the bottle does too. It’s easy to hold and grip in any direction…there’s no right or wrong way to pop this bottle in! This makes it easy for babies to gain some independence and learn to hold their own bottles as well.

What about cleaning? I’m a busy mom….so the care of a bottle or sippy cup of any sort needs to be quick and easy in order for me to love it! The Philips Avent Natural Bottles pass this test with flying colors. They proved to be quick and easy to clean and to re-assemble as well. It is also versatile as the bottle can grow with your child as it is compatible with other Philips Avent bottle and cup products.

One last thing (for now 😉 ) that I appreciate about these bottles. It is the Advanced anti-colic system. Philips Avent has thought of it all for their bottles and with the anti-colic system there is a twin valve so that air goes into the bottle, not into your little one’s tummy. This keeps extra bubbles and air out of your baby and a happier baby equals a happier mommy so it is a win-win!

Finding the right bottle for our little pumpkin has been very important. It’s wonderful to know that he will take the bottle now and that he can be comforted even when I may not be able to be around. It has helped him in other ways too…a little water has been great when he’s thirsty but not really hungry. It has helped the health of our little guy and the Philips Avent Natural bottles have been a great addition to our cupboards and our home!

WIN IT!
Philips Avent is providing some fabulous prizes! There will be 2 Natural Bottles Gift sets and 2 Anti-Colic Bottles Gift Sets gift sets for you to win! Open to Canada only (excl. Quebec).

Philips Avent Bottles Giveaway – March/April 2017

“Disclosure: I am part of the PTPA Brand Ambassador Program with Philips Avent and I received Compensation as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.”

Comments

  1. sherry moffitt says:

    My daughter used a breast pump after having my grandson and also used bottles with no problem.

  2. I would love the larger sized Avent Bottles for my little one as she’s use the the 4 oz ones.

  3. I used a manual pump with my first and hated it. I think it decreased my supply and I stopped breastfeeding at 4 weeks. With my second I didn’t attempt pumping at all and went straight to bottles at 2-3 weeks.

  4. I did use a breast pump when feeding my baby. It was a lot of work, but I’m glad I did it to have extra milk to give to baby when I wasn’t home.

  5. Florence Cochrane says:

    I didn’t use a breast pump. My daughter in law tried but never had a lot of success with it.

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