Hands-Free Feeding For Baby: Genius or Wacky Invention?

20 December 2014


I just had to show you guys this, I am in awe. Did you know about hand-free feeding for babies? My son Daniel is now nine months old and has gotten to that point where he will hold his bottle himself. It's obvious that some person or company out there has recognised that some babies cannot do this for various reasons, disability, prematurity and others.

So what do they actually do?

They allow baby to be fed upright, which is what is recommended by experts, thus helping eliminate colic.  You will be able to securely hold your baby with two hands whilst the bottle it sat beside you.  It can be used for twins or multiple babies, which means that again you have use of your hands. Apparently, it can help reduce ear infections too. Wow!

After some research online these bottles seem to be a great aid for little tots with a disability, which makes this amazing invention a great thing in my eyes.

Amazon sell these bottles made by two different brands: Podee Hands-Free Baby Bottle* at £27.55 and Clevamama On the Go Feeding Bottle* at just £5.99.

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TOPICS:   Feeding & Weaning

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