Have you ever thought of must-have baby needs? Then you must have thought of baby bottles. Even if you plan to be home and exclusively breastfeed, you might want to let other family members feed your child a bottle of pumped milk. They get some time with your little one, and you get some time to yourself. And because there are lots of baby bottles on the market, getting the ones that work best for your baby can be really complicated. However, before you decide on a bottle to pick, there’s a lot you need to know about finding the right one for your little one. Baby bottles come in plastic, stainless steel, glass, and silicone form. They also come in different shapes, sizes:

-Smaller-sized bottles: These ones are designed for newborns who eat less per feeding than older babies, usually about 4 ounces of breastmilk.

-Larger bottles: These ones are designed for older babies who eat more, which hold about eight ounces of breast milk or formula. 

So, before you agree on a type of bottle to use, you might want to buy one or two to test them out with your little one. And because babies’ preferences vary, it can be hard to know which one will work for your baby until he actually uses it. While some baby bottles are created to work in line with the breastfeeding experience, others are better for formula-fed babies, with built-in valves to help prevent colic and gassiness. 


Baby bottles also come in various types, such as: 

-Standard bottles: These types come in plastic, glass, and even stainless steel forms. They are traditionally designed and work for most babies.

-Angle-neck bottles: Bent at the neck to prevent air from filling the nipple, which may make for easier feedings and a less gassy baby.

-Disposable liner bottles: These usually come in plastic form and hold an individual pouch of milk. The bag collapses as the baby drinks, which automatically reduces gassiness.

-Wide-neck bottles: These ones are ideal for babies going from breast to bottle frequently. It has a wide nipple and a wide neck that is easy to clean.

-Vented bottles: These bottles are not easy to clean. They include a built-in tube to prevent air pockets from forming in the bottle or nipple. This helps prevent gas. 

Below are the best baby bottles on the market.

Dr. Brown’s Baby Bottles

Is your baby prone to fussiness post-feeding, gas, colic, or acid reflux? And you need a baby bottle that can help ease these problems? Then don’t search far; this bottle is the solution. This pediatrician-recommended bottle comes with a unique tubed vent system. This system helps eliminate negative pressure and air bubbles to reduce colic, gas, spit-up, and burping. The vacuum-free effect allows milk and formula to stay in their original form without losing nutrients. Dr. Brown’s Baby Bottles mimics breastfeeding, and the nipple slows the flow of milk to prevent spit-up, gas, and burps. It is easy to clean, assemble and disassemble. It is also free of PVC, paraben, phthalate, and other harmful chemicals.

Medela Breastmilk Bottle

This baby bottle is the best for pumping milk as it helps simplify the pumping process. The bottle is designed to offer triple duty, meaning you can pump into the bottle directly, store your milk, likewise, put on the nipple to use as a baby bottle. The bottle has no venting system; thus, it’s easy to clean. This bottle is more suitable for babies with no gas buildup issues.

Philips Avent Natural Baby Bottle

This baby bottle mimics breastfeeding with a wide, flat nipple that feels similar to Mom’s breast. These baby bottles are good picks for moms who desire bottles that make it easy for babies to switch back and forth from bottle feeding and breastfeeding. Its super-soft, anti-colic and flexible nipple helps prevent gas, upset tummies, and baby discomfort from occurring by not allowing air into baby’s milk or formula and baby’s tummy. Its wide neck makes it easy to clean. The natural baby bottles are free of harmful chemicals, easy to assemble and disassemble.

Comotomo Baby Bottle

This baby bottle is ranked the easiest to clean baby bottle. The unique bottles are made easy for the baby to adjust to with a wide mouth and collapsible sides. All parts are microwave, dishwasher, and sterilizer safe, too. This silicone-made bottle can keep older babies engaged because it is soft, so they can hold and squeeze during feedings. The bottle is easy to assemble and disassemble. Comotomo Baby Bottles are free of harsh chemicals, paraben, PVC, and phthalates, making them safe for newborns.


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