Minbie Baby Bottle Nipple Review
Looking for a feeding system that will help with breast to bottle transition and back? If so, this Minbie Baby Bottles Nipple Review may help! Minbie sent me nipples and Minbie bottles to try out their feeding system and I love it!
I have mentioned a few times 🙂 that I am keeping my new granddaughter while her parents work during the week and I am really enjoying trying out all of the newer products and different range of bottles that weren’t available when my kids were babies.
Well, this one has me really excited! This one is the best baby bottle nipple because the shape of the teat is shaped just like the breast is shaped.
The shape of a nipple when the baby nurses is turned up and flattened out on the bottom. I have always worried about her starting lazy feeding using a bottle and possibly giving up the breast feeding early, as was her Mom.
We tried really hard to work it all out so that she only had a couple of bottles a day. Her Mom nurses her before she gets to me and then nurses her again when she drops her off and then again when she picks her up so that she doesn’t have to have so many bottles. So that she doesn’t end up with nipple confusion.
We also worried about how she would take to the bottles after having nursed exclusively for 8 weeks. So, I was happy when Minbie reached out to us to try their nipples.
Out of the different bottles and different teats we tried, the Minbie teat gives the best high quality feeding experience, in my book they are definitely the best bottle and nipple. The best part is that these are 100% BPA-free silicone while giving you a sustainable latch.
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Minbie is a high quality soft silicone baby’s bottle teat with revolutionised design-functionality that nurtures a newborn’s instinctive breastfeeding technique.
I am a huge proponent of nursing, I nursed my 4 kids until they weaned themselves, so, I loved nursing and love to encourage others to experience it.
One thing I have always known when nursing is the baby’s instinctive feeding technique is that when the baby takes the breast they press it into the roof of their mouth and hold their tongue underneath it. When they press it into the roof of their mouth it allows them to express the milk.
I always used this when trying to quiet a baby with a pacifier. Sometimes when they are crying they don’t realize the pacifier is even in their mouths, but, if you push it up in to the roof of their mouths it encourages them to begin sucking and then they are able to be calmed.
How is Minbie different than other teats?
The Minbie nipple is more like the real thing because it’s shaped more like that and is even set off to the side to mimic the breast when nursing:
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- Minbie nurtures a newborn’s ability to breastfeed by allowing newborns to bottle-feed with the instinctive feeding technique that they are born with.
- Minbie supports a newborn’s digestion by helping to release natural digestive enzymes. This supports a baby’s sleep too.
- Minbie matches breast and bottle feeding action techniques.
For more info, check out their website!
Disclosure: This review was created in partnership with Mom Buzz Media. I received Minbie bottle free of charge in order to facilitate the review. All opinions expressed above are my own and are not influenced in any way.