I’m 33 weeks pregnant this Thursday and the one product I haven’t researched much, are baby feeding bottles. I intend to breastfeed, but all the books/experts recommend you get a few bottles for when you need to express.
So, I guess it’s good news that I blog for The Children’s Department, as we are exposed to some of the latest and greatest products for babies and children!
Introducing Mimijumi baby feeding bottles:
“Mothers, Nurses, Physicians, Lactation Experts and Industrial Designers have come together to create the perfect baby bottles. The innovative and award-winning nipple design on the mimijumi baby bottles replicate a mother’s breast, creating a natural feeding and latching experience for a happier and healthier bottle fed baby. Bold colours and soft textures are combined to give the Very Hungry and Not So Hungry baby bottles a distinctive, eye-catching appearance.”
“Mimijumi baby bottles are produced in Austria from German and Swiss materials, and with the highest quality standards to protect your baby. All mimijumi baby bottles are BPA and latex free, EA free, anti-colic and exceed Australian Safety Standards. The mimijumi baby bottles really are The Next Breast Thing.”
The care instructions for Mimijumi bottles are very simple and both the bottle and nipple parts are top-shelf dishwasher safe.
These bottles are available for purchase directly from the Mimijumi website: http://www.mimijumi.com.au/