The 11 Best Baby Bottles


Which baby bottle will make the least bubbles in the milk?

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Best Overall: Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Bottles, 9 ounce, 3 count at Amazon “They’re BPA-free and ergonomically designed.” Best Budget: NUK Simply Natural Bottle, 9 ounce, 3 pack at Amazon “Includes nipples with various flow rates.” Best for Newborns: Munchkin Latch Anti-Colic Baby Bottles at Amazon “Dishwasher safe and designed to prevent colic.”. Bottles in this guide: Babylist Bottle Box Dr. Brown’s Tommee Tippee Comotomo Medela Philips Avent Munchkin Latch MAM Nanobebe NUK.

Your infant may get the final say over which baby bottle is truly the best to use, but here’s a rundown of our favorite BPA-free, silicone, and glass bottle options. Best baby bottles: the 11 best baby bottles of 2019. 2017 baby. for 2019 mom with cookies. Best Sellers in. Baby Bottles.

Boon, NURSH Reusable Silicone Pouch Bottle, Air-Free Feeding, 4 Ounce with Stage 1 Slow Flow. Playtex Baby Nurser Pre-Sterilized Disposable Bottle Liners, Closer to Breastfeeding, 4 oz, 200. Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Baby Bottle, Extra-Slow Flow Breast-Like Nipple, BPA-Free. The Anti-colic bottle comes in three sizes: 4, 9, and 11 ounces. We tested the Natural glass bottle against three other glass options and found. The 11 Best DIY Sensory Bottles. Sensory bottles also known as calm down jars are a fun diy craft to make with your child. They’re a great way to encourage non-messy sensory play while calming a bored, fidgety, anxious or overwhelmed child.

From rainbow themed to ocean themed sensory bottles, these ideas are sure to keep your child’s attention. The smartly designed Comotomo has a well-deserved appeal, even among breastfed babies, making this one of the best baby bottles out there. (It was even a Best of Baby winner in 2018 and again in 2019.) It boasts dual anti-colic vents to cut down on air intake and a soft, skin-like nipple to help baby easily switch between breast and bottle. Shop / Baby Bottles Baby Bottles. No.

1 recommended baby bottles by pediatricians in the U.S. Used in hospitals around the country. And loved by parents for over 20 years. All of this and more is what makes Dr.

Brown’s simply the best baby bottle™. Shop everything you need for Happy feeding™. Watch. Yet another milestone in your baby’s life is the transition from breast or bottle to cup.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) suggests fully transitioning from bottles to cups by the time a.

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The best bottle is the type your baby likes.

“Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers” by Nancy Mohrbacher, Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Jack Newman
from Breastfeeding Made Simple: Seven Natural Laws for Nursing Mothers
by Nancy Mohrbacher, Kathleen Kendall-Tackett, Jack Newman
New Harbinger Publications, 2010

Not all babies take to every type bottle; you may end up trying many different brands before you find the right one.

“Dad's Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies” by Matthew M. F. Miller, Sharon Perkins
from Dad’s Guide to Pregnancy For Dummies
by Matthew M. F. Miller, Sharon Perkins
Wiley, 2010

Brand CC’s bottle is the perfect product for babies of all ages, and this makes it easy for them to learn how to drink.

“Comprehensive Lactation Consultant Exam Review” by Smith
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by Smith
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2016

Major BPA manufacturers, including Playtex (which makes bottles and cups) and Nalgene, which makes portable water bottles, announced a shift to BPA-free products.

“Environmental and Natural Resource Economics” by Thomas H. Tietenberg, Lynne Lewis
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by Thomas H. Tietenberg, Lynne Lewis
Taylor & Francis, 2016

They are all fine, healthy children but all bottle babies.

“Motherhood in Bondage” by Margaret Sanger, Margaret Marsh
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by Margaret Sanger, Margaret Marsh
Ohio State University Press, 2000

The parent of one of these babies will say, “Oh, how she loves her bottle!

“Dr. Spock's Baby and Child Care: 8th Edition” by Benjamin Spock, Robert Needlman
from Dr. Spock’s Baby and Child Care: 8th Edition
by Benjamin Spock, Robert Needlman
Gallery Books, 2004

Choose baby bottles made from glass or BPA-free plastic.

“Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life” by Ben Greenfield
from Beyond Training: Mastering Endurance, Health & Life
by Ben Greenfield
Victory Belt Publishing, 2017

If you want to limit your baby’s exposure to BPA, consider using glass bottles, which are stainproof and easy to clean but are heavy and can break.

“Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide” by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, Ann Keppler, Janelle Durham, April Bolding
from Pregnancy, Childbirth, and the Newborn: The Complete Guide
by Janet Walley, Penny Simkin, et. al.
Meadowbrook, 2016

Some parents keep a variety of baby-bottle sizes and styles on hand for different purposes.

“American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition” by Roberta Larson Duyff
from American Dietetic Association Complete Food and Nutrition Guide, Revised and Updated 4th Edition
by Roberta Larson Duyff
HMH Books, 2012

Drop the one your child shows the least interest in first, and the most beloved bottle last.

“What to Expect: The Second Year” by Heidi Murkoff
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by Heidi Murkoff
Simon & Schuster UK, 2012

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  • which one do you prefer? the playtex or dr brown?
    sorry a bit confused since you said you liked that the air is going out on the playtex. hope to get a reply from you soon

  • Very helpful review. We found that making sure the flow of milk (i.e. the nipple) was right for the baby was at least as important as the shape of the bottle.

  • Thanks for the excellent video, I brought a pack of 6 Dr browns just because it looked good & of course the claim that it will have less bubbles on the box from a clearance sale. But baby still looks uncomfortable after a feed from the bottle, might be my formula, mums breast feed seems ok but the top up with the formula looks like it causes some discomfort & baby passes alot of wind smelly too almost like an adult one. Going to see the GP.

  • My cousin used tommee tippee brand for her kids. I used to babysit them and all of her kids really loved them and I did, too. My sister used the bottle with the bag liner thing. It’s horrible I really don’t recommend it.

  • I breast feed my baby exclusively for 6 months and she refused the bottle. I finally got her to take one and it’s the MAM bottle. I guess when babies suck the boob the nipple is like the MAM. Comotomo also worked but I’d still have to push her to take it. MAM was effortless.

  • lol. The whole point of their being a hole in the playtex bottles is so you can push the air out of the bags to help with gas and acid reflex issues. So the bags actually are necessary. (: Also $15 for 150 bags on Amazon. 😉

  • You make a lot of “I don’t know statements” for someone who does a review video. We watch this videos to get details not to hear that you don’t know

  • I have the dr brown bottle and I first add the formula and milk then insert the vent and shake the bottle but would this still cause bubbles to go through the nipple from the shaking?

  • So, i have to disagree. The Mam bottles are my favorite for three reasons:
    1: I mainly breastfeed, so when I do use a bottle the mam nipple is much easier for to use, and seems to cause less confusion (I also have large breasts, so most bottle nipples are so skinny compared to what he normally is sucking on.)
    2: The anti-colic feature really does work for us.
    3:I love how easy they are to break apart, and the self sterilizing is amazing

  • What’s everyone’s thoughts on the nuk newborn bottle? I like advent for my other two babies I was going to choose tommee tippee but I chose nuk because of the nipple shape being close to a mother’s nipple, also I like the slimline bottle design rather than wide ones like tommee tippee and also I loved the pretty patterns on nuk bottles

  • MAM was the only bottle my second baby (preemie) would take. My oldest boy would take all 7 other brands we had, not my girl though. I’m expecting my third and MAM is what we’ll start off with. I’ve never had issues with leaking when properly assembled. The nipples are very easy to latch onto making it easier for picky bubs. They’re actually very easy to clean. Bottle brush not necessary with them.

    I really enjoyed the simplicity of avent natural and tommee tippee with my first though.

  • I dont know, I dont Know, I dont know…..Then why are you a reviewer? You didn’t even mention the clever Anti Colic feature on the MAM. Pass

  • We have the como tomo bottles, i think you’ve missed to mention that como tomo bottles cannot be use with UV Sterilizer, i think that’s the only flaw of that bottle. i would suggest HEGEN’s better.

  • Glass only. BPA’s and very similar hormone disruptive chemicals in plastic. Leaches even more when heated. Bubbles can be worked out hormone disrupters are seriously dangerous. Check out Dr. Ken Berry. There is real evil out there. Please protect your children.

  • I actually really love mam bottles. My baby goes ham on the nipples so every single nipple will collapse except for the mams. I really wanted to love the tommee tippee but man they were the worst when it came to nipple collapses. But 2nd best was the Phillips avent. Those were great as well

  • I’ve tried 4 different bottles and so far the best one I’ve tried is the Dr Browns one u showed for gassy babies. My son is the gassiest baby EVER.. so that bottle did help him. But your 100% right it is SO annoying having to clean all those little parts!! And the bottle scrubber sprays suds all over me when I pull it out of the bottle Lol!! But guess what.. the green piece in the middle that claims to prevent the baby from sucking in too much air to prevent gas.. I stopped using it and it literally made no difference in the amount of gas he had! So I don’t even use that part anymore.. because it’s 2 less parts to clean and really made no difference in the amount of gas he had

  • You look tired but so happy it’s hard to explain, but Stella is so gorgeous, cute, looks so beautiful 24/7 Mommy and Daddy are making sure of that. I see Dakota is adopting so good. Merritt I started watching you for a cleaning video, 3 moving houses a wedding, Miles changes and a baby angel gone see you now with Stella my heart melts it’s been a good journey. ��������

  • I have the tommee tippee and dr browns at first when my baby was younger the tommee tippee didn’t work so I bought dr browns now she’s 6 months and prefers tommee tippee better however she still doesn’t like it she won’t take dr browns at all so I’m gonna have to invest in another bottle thus why I’m watching this video �� thanks for the recommendation I’ll try the ones that are your favourite

  • Thank you for sharing this, we had so many bottles our baby is soo picky! Love reviews like this one, I am totally going to binge-watch new friend here let’s stay connected!

  • I wanted to give a little feedback. I came here because I’ve been out of the game a long time. I have a 10 year-old and we are expecting in March. I know what worked for my son back in the day, but things have changed since then. I was hoping to get some good info and opinions on bottles here based on view count/subscriber base…however, I just couldn’t make it past #9…and I had to fast forward a few times to get that far.

    I think you have some good ideas here and opinions are opinions so I can’t criticize that…everyone has different experiences and all babies are different. My only suggestion is that this 18 minute video could have been about half as long. Write out and plan what you want to say a little better…be concise. Get the info out there without reiterating so many times and it would be a good quality video. It just seemed like you were rambling too much and made it difficult to want to listen to the whole thing.

    I wound up just reading your list and going to each link. I do appreciate you putting all of that info into your description. Thank you very much for that.

    Best of luck, I mean no harm. You have a good subscriber base but I think with some more planning with videos, you can increase that.

  • Tommee Tippee leaks all over the place.. I have to give baby a bath as well as me… those are the worse. I had a whole anti colic set and had to throw them away bc baby and ME were so frustrated. I actually had a free sample bottle of the munchkin latch and got more of those. My first born loved the avent those are great to.

  • I tried 11 bottles, my son was exclusively breastfed for so long he had issues taking the bottle, I bought these 2 also, and he hated the mimijumi. We ended up with the comotomo. But I think they changed the nipples on the mimijumi because the nipple was so stiff and hard.:/

  • Could u plz give closer luk at the type vents dese bottles hv. We reside in different country with other brand of bottles so it will make deciding which bottle to buy easier.

  • I love your review but I was waiting for you to compare the munchkin latch bottle, the good thing about those they are also used for the sippy cup so you just change the nipple. I didn’t use it when my son was newborn so I wanted to know how it worked for newborn but I loved it when he started using it. I’m trying to decide out of it, advent, or tommy tippy, maybe playtex or brezza, or docter brown, I’m stuck and need help. The doctor brown one you have you can use it with out the green part it’s a optional bottle

  • My son loved the avent bottles and I’m hoping my new baby will love them too it’s just easier to have a bottle that is comparable with my breast pump

  • My daughter loves the Dr. Brown’s bottles the only one she will take. I find them easy to clean plus you don’t have to use the vent.

  • It doesn’t look like you ever did the review on the disposable liner bottles like you mention at the end of this video. I’d be very curious to see that. I’m expecting in December and have bought the kiinde bottle system starter set. I work in childcare and have had a few babies in my care who have used the system and I loved it as a provider so I’m hoping to use it with my own baby. Dr Brown bottles have been my least favorite working in childcare, so this was interesting to me. Thank you for taking the time to make a review like this!

  • I used Tommy bottles with first onewas not impressed; mam (mom?) bottles with secondpain in the behind, because it comes in too many parts, and washing it takes forever, plus, if you don’t screw it right, it will leak everywhere, and it vents too goodflows very fast ( I did like it, but for those reasons started looking for something different ); now, with third one I’m getting comotomo, reviews re great, hopefully it will be good.

  • I like the body style of the Born Free bottle and that it was easy to clean but like mentioned above the nipple would collapse making my baby struggle while eating. So I only used it for a little bit plus I was breastfeeding more than bottle feeding. My favorite bottle is the Nuk brand…the simply natural.

  • Hands down, Dr. Browns is the best bottles on earth. �� And if you have a reflux/GERD baby, they help greatly. They even made the ones for preemie/cleft babies, google them if it’s more up your alley. 18 years I’ve used these bottles, I had a baby every 5 years from that point except my last two were 4 years apart, which last two were GERD. I tried other bottles just out of curiosity, still always went back to Dr. Browns. My babies, babies I’ve babysat and even babies I’ve taken in for years at a time, they all did extremely well with them. What a huge difference they make especially those babies that have a difficult time adjusting to change. For instance a baby having to change from breastfeeding to formula in certain circumstances, I’ve had to personally do it for two babies with these bottles and both wow the immediate take without the side effects from the switch. Even between formula changes you can just tell the difference that they’re helping them adjust over without so much troubles. Yes I love them and recommend them to everyone. I even save them from baby to baby as time goes and hand them to mommies in need. We should all do this, many babies would surely appreciate it I’m sure. ��������

  • Comotomo are nice,after you get past the sticky like lint attracting feel. But they now make cozy bottle covers,in more of a varitey of colors.

  • Oh my Lord… “Boughten”?! “Shaked”?! “FUstrated”?! If you can get past the horrendous grammar, this video IS helpful. For those who can’t, here are the brands she recommends:
    1. Comotomo (not “Coma Tomo”)
    2. Tommee Tippee
    3. Baby Brezza
    4. Avent Classic
    5. Avent Natural

    I’m not trying to be rude; I’m truly not. It just fRustrates me because it’s incredibly distracting.

  • my daughter love HEORSHE baby bottles, she just can’t use any other bottles afterwards..I am pretty sure she loved their colors…or maybe it really feeds her well..

  • I like the dr browns wide neck but my boy’s growing out of 5oz feedings so I need to upgrade and I dont like the bigger ones either! Ah!

  • Playtex nursers will always be 1 of the Best & closest to the breast. You should wash any bottle,what collaspes like a breast but a bag?? Push that air out & you’re in the game. Its breast,glass & Playtex. Anything else are is ok

  • Thank you soooo much for this video as mom that will have to return to work but wants to breastfeed when I’m off this was a very informative video

  • Loved your video, trying to help my daughter who is nursing our first grandbaby. I used the playtex bottles with liners when my kids were babies, so I bought a big box for her and such a sad disappointment they changed the base so much, used to be able to fit your hand in the bottom to squeeze out any excess air so there was never an issue of the air getting in, making my kids less fussy, the drop in style is a neat added feature. But I too was looking at the bottom of the base and read the box it is where you put the lid when your feeding the baby. The old style was great the new style I wouldn’t bother with.
    We have tried Mandela, no go baby not liking the nipple style.
    Same with Dr. Brown bottle, not a fan of all the parts and again he didn’t like the nipple style.
    The tommy tippy another one he didn’t care for it.
    The mam was one that came in a gift pack and we tried it he seemed to do well with that one.
    I was actually looking to see your review the nuk natural, but you didn’t review that one. We are going to try them here this week.
    But so far we do like the mam. Just was looking for a bottle with less fuss in using as baby goes to his other grandma’s and they are old school. So we need it simplified a bit for them to use and warm up bottles.
    Again though I found your review very helpful.

  • I`m from Brazil, here, these Teo bottles costs a fortun, and tour review helped me so much. I’m back to the work soon and I need a bottle that helps me in breastfeeding. Thank you

  • The bottom of the Playtex Nurser bottle looks like something screws onto it because you can clip the lid onto the bottom to hold the lid while you feed! Handy for if you’re out and about and don’t want to lose the lid! Also they’re not called Porte De Sac lol that’s the French part meaning Drop In Liners!

  • Thanks for the video. Really helps. My daughter use dr. Browns and she never get the colic or reflux. I found there’s a new tommee tippee adnvanced anti colic bottle (with vent similar like dr. Brown’s). Wonder if that’s as good as dr. Brown’s?

  • Not All Hero’s Wear Capes!!

    Thank you sir, thank you�� you’re awesome!
    Yes PLEASE do the playtex Drop Ins (with the liners), maybe the Mam one too I was wondering about.
    I got free bottles from samples and welcome boxes for baby #3 ; I used playtex drop ins (liners) for my other two, this was before all the different boxes and gift bags n stuff, and I never had an issue with gas or colic…:but boy my newborn (well he’s now 6 weeks) is miserable with gas since I started supplementing from breastmilk I wanted to try the other bottles I never did with my Other children: I got Avent, Mam and Dr Browns in those samples and gift bags/boxes and was primarily using avent and seeing this explains a lot (avent having lots of bubbles) so I purposely opened the Mam one but it also seems to have lots of tiny bubbles from making formula? Weird. Anyway you’re awesome and I look forward to seeing more videos from you, thank you! New subscriber

  • The best review ever. Very nice demonstration. I used Playtex vent aire with my last baby and I probably will with my second as well because Dr Browns is too much cleaning of the parts. Thank you

  • My daughter is so picky she only likes the mams bottles I have tried almost of the ones in this video she really hates the Dr browns and she is really gassy but she always becomes more gassy with any other bottle besides the mams