Now You Can Feed AND Check Facebook

Now You Can Feed AND Check Facebook

I reckon most new mums and dads have had a moment of clever invention during the early days (and nights) of getting to grips with life with a newborn.

Whether it's a gadget to magic away the bags beneath your eyes after yet another sleepless night tending to a wakeful baby, or a way to determine just how much milk a breastfed baby is actually consuming, we've all wished that someone would invent something that could help make the life of a new parent easier.

Well, now someone has. According to the Huffington Post, a dad-turned-inventor has "created a device to allow new parents to multitask when bottle-feeding a baby".

Tim Causa from Northern Virginia was feeding his baby son when he dreamt up what has since become known as the Swipe & Feed - a plastic contraption that attaches to a mobile phone and a bottle to enable parents and carers to keep using their mobile phone one-handed whilst feeding a baby.

On his Kickstarter page, he writes:

"One morning around 3am after bottle feeding my newborn son, Jack, the idea came to me. Every night I would wake up every two hours to the sound of Jack screaming for a bottle. As soon as he started feeding, Jack would nearly fall back asleep. For 25 minutes at a time, I was in a dark, quiet room feeding my son. It dawned on me that I could do some catch-up work while he fed, but I needed something to help me hold a bottle and my smartphone. I searched online for solutions, but nothing was on the market. That's when I decided to seize the opportunity and solve the problem myself."

It fits most smart phones and the vast majority of makes of baby bottle.

Personally I think this is a genius idea. I know there'll be naysayers who'll predict doom for the babies whose parents deign to use a gadget that helps them fixate on screens when they ought to be gazing endlessly into their baby's eyes, but I'd wager that those parents haven't known what's it like to sit in the dark with a baby who likes to feed with his eyes shut for 45 minutes.

If you ask me, anything that improves life and reduces stress for new parents is a good thing and yes, while I can see that focusing on your phone instead of on your baby is generally Not A Good Thing, I also think I'd have been a more easy-going mum if I could have found a way to put some of those long hours of feeding in the dark to more productive use.

But what's your view? Imagine being able to catch up with the latest deals at Playpennies instead of staring into the darkness during those long night feeds? Would you buy one of these gadgets or do you agree that we should be gazing at our babies instead of at our phones during feeding time? Leave us a comment below or join the debate over on our Facebook page.


  • Emma M.

    How about forget Facebook and feed/bond with your child :rage:

  • Louise G.

    Why the hell would you not want to bond with your baby at this special time...they don't need you to do it for long why would you waste these moments on your phone :rage:

  • Sarena J.

    That's just stupid and Crazy !!!

  • Elizabeth T.

    This is disgusting, your phone should be away while your with your baby, phones are for when it's quiet time or baby nap time!

    • Liane B.

      Its the same as reading a book and watching TV! absolutely disgusting we should all be looking at our babies ! :sweat_smile:

    • Jennifer L.

      Lol it must be great to be a perfect Mum, Children being neglected or even worse abused is disgusting, parents using phones within moderation is not the end of the world :joy:

  • Ruth C.

    That's horrible, use this tine to bond with baby not be on ur phone, u can do that when baby sleeps!

  • Carol T.

    Disgusting talk to your child

    • Mairi R.

      Not at 3am in morning. You change feed put back down. As not to wake them to much. Common sense there yes have a nose on the phone or read a book doesn't have to be FB

    • Mairi R.

      I spoke to other mums. And even looking at the phone mums know how much baby eats then burps. There no all stupid

  • Rebecca H.

    How about no phone around baby rule, i love bond with my baby when feeding xx

  • Leanne S.

    A tad over reaction here I think...I agree it's a lovely bonding time with your baby...however there have been times that I have been that TIRED I have used my phone/kindle to keep my brain active whilst feeding... each to their own.

    • Emily W.

      I agree with you, and at 3am its a good idea to keep you awake x

    • Leanne S.

      Phew...I'm not alone lol xx

    • Danielle G.

      I agree at 3am in the morning you need something to stop you falling asleep and dropping the baby !!! Also comes in handy when you're constantly googling stuff!!

    • Rachel R.

      I manage this at 4am feeds without a gadget, spent loads online at that time too!!!! Keeps me awake :thumbsup:

    • Deborah O.

      Yes Leanne this is me right here! I forget what i have even ordered its like a present to myself!! Ohh what did i order last night?....a steam mop or a load of 99p cheap tat from china that I don't need or googling if you can actually die from sleep deprivation :sweat_smile:

  • Lisa S.

    Awful. Surely people can put there phone down for 5 mins to spend some cherished, bonding time with there baby? X

  • Paula F.

    order yourself one of these for junior coming :joy::joy:

  • Hayley B.

    :joy::joy: fed ya baby and check Facebook when baby sleeps I used to be on my phone well loads it's so wrong put it down and pick it up when kids in bed :thumbsup_tone1: this gadget is pathetic :joy:

  • Emily W.

    Perfect wish they had this a few years back

  • Alison S.

    Awful and fantastic in equal messure :joy:

  • Lisa K.

    Pretty sad. What is the world coming to!

  • Lou B.

    I don't usually wade in but sometimes, usually at 2 or 3 am, needs must. How much use are you to your baby if you fall asleep?! But way to judge other mums

  • Julie H.

    This is terrible! Put the dam phone down and feed your baby

  • Carol M.

    That's sad. They are tiny for such a short time. There is nothing more beautiful or more precious on your phone that would beat what's in your arms. Spend the time breathing in every second with your baby

    • Emma S.

      I hope you don't watch TV or anything whilst feeding if you see it like that....

    • Carol M.

      Mine is now a toddler - the time when they are tiny is so short. All I'm saying is enjoy them. Everyone seems stuck on their phone these days they forget to enjoy the world around them.

  • Chaz D.

    Sometimes feeding a babe is the only time you get to check your phone. Anyone getting hurt? Easy on the judging! From a mum of multiple children...

  • Karen G. for you!!! Haha!!xx

  • Helen G.

    lol!! Mad isn't it.. I wonder who invented that?!?! X

  • Michelle S.

    I think if your first thought at seeing this is "wow ,that's so cool I need this " then I strongly suggest not having children .

  • Kasia B.

    I would be concerned that the blue light from mobile affects sleep, it basically tricks the brain into thinking it's daytime and makes us more alert and harder to fall asleep. So instead of quick night feed you might end up with super alert baby who want to play at 3 in the morning;) also it's sad that people can't part with their phones even for 10-15 mins :/

    • Liane B.

      That's what the dim light is for :speak_no_evil:

    • Vikki T.

      Google books now have a night setting that adjusts your phone to a red light depending on time of night

    • Mairi R.

      My midwife told be to keep busy when BF at night as I would fall asleep and nearly drop my child. Had done from day 1 in the hospital used either a book or a phone. Only way for me to keep awake

    • Kate T.

      Yep I used to watch tv and eat biscuits. What wrong with it? Lol

    • Frances W.

      It's 25 minutes with me, even with a fast flow teat.. what do this mothers do while they're feeding? Gaze adoringly at their tiny baby? Every time?

    • Maria H.

      Your right, and the dim light on I phones are only there not to strain your eyes. It will still make your brain release more serotonin.

    • Kate T.

      Actually the night mode is a different colour light that doesn't stimulate your brain so much. We are all damn adults so why the hell cant we look at our phones or watch tv? What difference does it make? I used to purposely make sure I was fully awake while feeding cause it was harder work! Seriously I have never had someone judge me about entertaining myself while feeding. Yes it's all lovely to look at our babies in the beginning but after a few bottles it becomes a bit tedious. Especially in the middle of the night.

    • Kate T.

      And since when does the baby look at the screen when feeding? Pretty sure they can't see it. My goodness.

  • Corinna W.

    That's horrible, babies are little for a short period, why would you rather check Facebook than sit and look into their gorgeous eyes!

    • Vikki T.

      Because it's 3 am and you've already been woken twice. Sometimes looking at your phone is the only way to stay awake, we all know it's dangerous to fall asleep with baby on you. Just another perspective

    • Jamie B.

      Cos a lot of the time my boys eyes were shut! Get a hold of urself love n give ursen a wobble!

    • Corinna W.

      Jamie Boyes love how you don't know me but think you can speak to me like a piece of shite just because it's over Facebook, you wouldn't speak to someone in the street like that. Get some manners. I'm a mum of 4 and lost a child already, Iv done night feeds 3 x over, my children are lucky to be here and so precious, it's my opinion if I'd rather look at my children while feeding them, even when theyr eyes were shut, night feeds are hard and Iv done them all myself due to my fiancé working but I can't say I'd buy a device to hold my babies bottle so I could hold my phone. This generation is far too bothered about phones. What do you think people did in the night before phones? They stayed awake but each to their own. I wasn't asking for feedback to my comment

  • Hayley L.

    Find this actually disgusting!!!

  • Bev B.

    Each to their own but not for me. My phone could wait. It doesn't take long. Even in the night, never once thought to look at phone during a feed. Maybe after yer but not during.

  • Helen M.

    Good secret santa pressie :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

  • Marie T.

    Yet another example of how breastfeeding can be more convenient - one arm to hold baby, one to hold the phone. Yes, bonding is great, but there's still room for other things. I completed a whole course in proofreading one handed!

    • Siobhan M.

      Not for me it wasn't. I have large breasts to start with and I had to hold my breast as well as his head. I had a lot of trouble so get comfy. Don't get me wrong I loved bf but I was always scared I was going to suffocate him.

    • Jamie B.

      Same here siobhan! Hard to juggle a monster boob, a hungry baby and be comfy right after a section (for me) plus the hormone surge when he was feeding was insane on my wound!!

    • Mairi R.

      I was like that to but I used to manage to pop baby on hold the boob and munch a kingsize mars bars. Well I had to eat extra calories hahaha

    • Leona J.

      I have very large breasts and a large baby I checked my phone or laptop while nursing her

  • Cecilia F.

    Bottle feed with the right hand. Phone in the left while cradling baby :joy: I must admit that only with baby 3 have I used my phone whilst feeding but I think that's only because phones do so much more now then they used to 8 years ago!

  • Danielle B.

    Perfect parents out in force as usual :joy: I breast feed and I'm on the phone constantly when wee one is feeding since I'm hands free - yes it's a lovely bonding experience blah blah blah but in the beginning when you're baby is feeding what feels like constantly social media and Internet shopping is a life saver :joy:

    • Sheena V.

      & you get all the bargains in the middle of the night on sales online! :joy:

    • Zoë M.

      Not to mention the amount of times I almost dropped the phone on babies head lol all still happy and healthy!! It's ok to bond sometimes but you don't have to bond every feed 12 times a day and the rest :joy::joy:

    • Laura E.

      I agree, it keeps you going when you are feeding for the tenth time that day ;)

    • Joanna Y.

      Ditto! TBH when I'm breastfeeding my youngest it's the only time I get to have a look on my phone these days lol, he's 2 & is a whirlwind haha. Plus for night feeds in the early days a phone is a lifesaver. Baby is sleep feeding anyway & I found playing about on my phone kept me awake. Otherwise I'd have dozed off:zzz:

    • Claire C.

      Then you wouldn't need this anyway! Breastfeeding babies are not facing the mother face. Bottle fed babies are able to look at a face. One that wouldn't be often looking at them!

    • Leah A.

      Hahaha at the blah blah blah...Surely everyone does what is right for them? We are far too quick to critisise than praise...besides surely everyone loves an online bargain :blush: from another breastfeeding shopaholic :joy:

  • Claire J.

    I'd rather make eye contact with my baby than look on my phone !

  • Yvette H.

    Just feed your babies bloody hell phones can wait !

  • Nicola B.

    :joy::joy::joy::joy: WHY didn't we have this?? Lol xxx

  • Deborah O.

    I seen this earlier and couldn't stop laughing! :joy: apparently if you don't stare lovingly at your baby for the whole half an hour it takes for a bottle you ain't a good mother. Even though they are completely oblivious to us actually being there.

    Look I'm feeding the baby and keeping him alive can I not just catch up on my damn facebook for ten minutes without being judged by judgey mcjudgersons!!! :raised_hand::see_no_evil::sweat_smile:

  • Nadene C.

    Spend time with your baby NOT on your phone

  • Nagem G.

    My two are actually part wolf children now as I didn't stare at them, while trying to feed them both bottles at the same time and resist the urge to pick at their milk spots.

    I'm in the shit now for going back to work- they will have abandonment issues and never find a loving wife. Shame. On. Me. :joy:

  • Alison W.

    Ppl going on about how you need to use the feeding time as bonding with your baby. Seriously so you just what sit and stare at their face for the tenth time that day while their feeding or just stare at the wall? Do you do it in front of the tv because how dare you watch tv while your feeding your baby :rolling_eyes: They'll grow up to hate you because you didn't stare into their face 24/7....over reaction. Some times we need a distraction at 2 am to stop us from falling asleep. I used to prop my kindle and read a chapter of my book (the horror :scream:)

    • Rachel D.

      :joy::joy::joy::clap_tone1::clap_tone1::clap_tone1: I used to read my kindle aloud when my son was a baby, hoping it would soothe him to sleep and I got to read a book I wanted at the same time. I envy me then, I don't have time to read anything other than children's stories, now that he is 3! :joy:

  • Emma W.

    Brings back very recent memories of playing games on my phone at 3am to stop myself falling asleep whilst feeding baby which probably would have resulted in him hitting the floor!! The only device I could have done with was one that propped my eyelids open :joy:

  • Lou C.

    Shouldn't be on ur phone while feeding baby :joy:

  • Deborah O.

    They are all feral I tell ya!! Terrible parents we are but thats how we roll in Ballybeen....i think they should just think themselves lucky they aren't getting their bottles filled with bucky! :joy:

  • Liane B.

    So I watched TV while my baby was feeding that's no different surely!!!

  • Charlotte O.

    The world will not end if you put your phone down for 10 minutes to feed your baby!

  • Francesca T.

    If you can't be bothered to hold your babies bottle to feed it .... Don't have a baby! ....

    • Jamie B.

      Over reaction comment ☝

    • Kirsty S.

      And if you're going to sigh because baby's poop came out of their nappy ..... don't have a baby! Honestly love my beauties more than life but I didn't love every job that goes with motherhood!

  • Claire S.

    Ha ha, Louie was laughing at me today because I was holding the bottle with my chin! Xx

  • Amanda C.

    I think it is silly because feeding is a bonding time and what if your baby has drunk to much milk in one go and starts to choke

  • Jude K.

    :joy::joy: that's on the Xmas list :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

  • Sarah H.

    What ... tell me this is a joke ? Really do new mum need this ?

  • Gayle R.

    And they wonder why kids have no social skills these days

  • Iona M.

    Not going to lie I am currently feeding my baby girl and I'm on my phone but I have been up since 05.00 with my 2 yr old and my 6 month old after having a non existent sleep due to my baby teething. My eyes and my brain are at war the only thing stopping my eyes shutting is being on my phone. I wouldn't use this gadget but I can see how it could come in handy to some specially if your in the situation I currently am. But of course there is all the perfect parents out there sitting behind a keyboard making their judgments :joy:

  • Jodie B.

    :joy::joy::joy: what a great idea :joy:

  • Weronika S.

    This is just sad, why would You want to do this?! Where is the bonding with the new Baby and just admiring their every little feature, this really does my head in!!!

  • Michelle W.

    We managed that without a gadget lol x

  • Jade C.

    I've used my phone while feeding all 3 of my boys as babies! It's not a bad thing if it's in the night especially and your exhausted and need to keep awake somehow. It's not lazy lol you still get that great bond.

  • Row E.

    This is so sad wish I never saw it ...those days pass so quickly #fail

  • Vikki T.

    I would use it for bottle feeding because of the choking risk but I did often use my phone whilst breastfeeding...boy did I make some amazon purchases at 3am :joy: I also used it to talk to other mums in the small hours so I felt less isolated and alone when baby was feeding every hour or so in the night. Some of you have got your judgy pants pulled up way to high. Reading a kindle book on my phone was the only way I could ensure staying awake some nights so that I could feed baby. We all know falling asleep with the baby is a cardinal sin! (Although breastfeeding whilst cosleeping was a revelation for me!)

  • Becky C.

    Haha! You mean to say not everyone has perfected the one handed hold and feed?! Never mind using your phone, how do they ever eat?! :joy:

  • Shareen K.

    That's stupid put your phone down n feed your child properly..

  • Danielle C.

    Some people get easily annoyed. :joy::joy: highly doubt they have sat there staring at their child with no distractions ever,so let's stop pretending. :joy::joy: does no one think breastfeeding mums catch up on Facebook with their free hand?! :joy::joy: but it is a stupid gadget and sad if people did use this.

  • Jolie B.

    I actually need this! Not for Facebook... just so I can txt people back when I get to sit down for 5mins xx

  • Donna D.

    They grow up to fast put down the phone and cherish every moment. You don't get to hold your baby in your arms long enough.

  • Alisha M.

    Hahaha amazing! Although slightly bad too:joy::joy:

  • Mairi R.

    Doesn't have to be technology good old fashioned book with a clip on light was the best thing for ages. Then I got a kindle and my life changed no need to turn pages lol. Everyone manages there own way and if it helps a parent out then so be it. Others can shove their ........

  • Meg N.

    I looked at my phone all the time when I breastfed my babies. Why not have that option for bottle feeding as well? Before my iphone I used to read my book when I breastfed or would watch TV. Once I had more than one kid I was running around while breastfeeding and tending to other children. And yes, obviously I spent time looking at my baby as well! :)

  • Judith W.

    What!!!! Nobody needs to be on their phone all the time, if you canny put it down to interact and bond with your baby then don't have one, just continue to play with your phone. Idiotic thing

  • Emma F.

    WOW! this just strikes me as dangerous. It completely removes the baby's ability to remove the bottle and avoid choking. Mothers have been advised for a long time about the dangers of propping up bottles because of the risks of aspirating milk.

  • Justyna L.

    Do people really need a device for this? Not joining the bonding/ breastfeeding bs debate.

  • Samantha T.

    you don't need this I always propped on my boob. 3am feeds whrn I'm about to collapse from 80 hours no sleep :joy::joy::joy::joy: dying for a wink of sleep whilst hubby snoring away beside. this or murder to hubby.

  • Hayley W.

    When you look at your phone and not at your children especially when communicating the hidden message is the phone is more important to you than your child. I suppose you have to decide what your priorities are.

  • Lizzy B.

    It a rare moment to put your feet up and look into your child's eyes and spend precious time together without distractions - stupid idea if we can't leave are phones for ten or so minutes then what's the world coming too

    • Frances W.

      You gaze at your child every feed? Every feed?!

  • Ellie H.

    Horrendous!!!!!!! Feeding your baby is a precious moment! The world is already bad enough with social media and mobile phones- why advertise such nonsense to Make it worse?

  • Lisa K.

    That is to way to far now this is just getting stupid

  • Diana C.

    What about bonding time will your child :rage::rage::rage::rage::rage::rage:

  • Emma E.

    I'd much rather look into my babies eyes while feeding than check social media there's no excuse even if it's for work purposes take a break and cherish your baby cos it won't be a baby forever ..

  • Wendy F.

    Dont know how u would have coped before the mobile phone. Us mums of pre mobile days just got on with feeding and talking to our babies instead of ignoring them. No wonder kids today are so naughty need patent time.

    • Kirstin S.

      You never turned on the TV, used the opportunity to snack, talked to anyone, read to your older child whilst feeding your precious snowflake either? Your position that anything less than the 100% attention from a parent when the child is feeding us unrealistic, even before mobile phones so get off your high horse

  • Gina P.

    :joy:second time round I'll just get Bradley to feed her :joy:

  • Dorothy K.

    My first thought as a Grannie, was OMG, what next? However, on thinking about it, is it that bad? Baby dream feeding etc, not a lot of facial bonding if baby is asleep so why not catch up with the outside world? Baby is still warm and cuddled. However , if baby is awake then in my book is a No No.

  • Gail P.

    How about interacting with baby while feeding eye contact talking to baby etc .

  • Amy M.

    What will they think of next :joy::see_no_evil:

  • Emma W.

    It's crazy.... far to much has changed in just 10 years.

  • Kirsty H.

    I could do this without using this gadget because my arm was long enough but reading all the perfect mother comments on here is hilarious. Feeding time with kallie was how I got so far on candy crush :joy:

  • Lisa B.

    I actually think this is terrible. Feeding should be a time to snuggled down and bond with your baby with eye contact! Don't waste those early days of bonding. Don't get me wrong sometimes checking FB in those early newborn days sometimes keeps you sane but feeding is not the time!

  • Kirsty H.

    :joy::joy::joy::joy: excactly. I can get sometime to sit down and watch Jeremy kyle again and have some relax time :joy:

  • Claire C.

    Nah. Not for me. Feeding time was a great excuse to cuddle and gaze at my baby. Talking singing and eye contact. Simple but very very important. Parents today spend far too much time on their phones already!

  • Frances W.

    I always go on my phone when I'm feeding. She often falls asleep feeding so what else is there to do? She's not particularly chatty and gets distracted if I talk to her. Perfect gadget for me!

  • Elizabeth M.

    I personally wouldn't use one as my last babe was a miracle baby and i made the decision to never let a moment pass. But its a parents choice at the end of the day :)

  • Samantha H.

    Fucking disgraceful feed your child and get of the phone

  • Katie H.

    Amazing!! I wish I would have come up with this genius!! :joy:

  • Nnatasha F.

    put ur phone down and feed ur baby!!!!!

  • Katie D.

    Yeah, fuck eye contact with your child, facebook is far more important

  • Jane C.

    We were going to buy one for Aaron

  • Emma A.

    Not opposed to using your phone whilst doing the odd feed but if your using your phone on every feed then you really are using it too much, interaction is vital but keeping sane is too. Don't buy a device to make it easier but don't make parents feel bad for doing it, they are already making themselves feel bad over everything else x

  • Laura P.

    Why people so quick to judge! Just concentrate on doing the best job you can go for your children,don't worry what others do or not do.

  • Lisa C.

    Would use this for Night time feeds yes. As I didn't look at baby during night feeds or try to disturb them as I had routines. Kept night feeds quiet time. So would do a bit of online shopping or catch up on emails. Plus helped me not to fall asleep whilst feeding baby. Xx

  • Katrina M.

    Or just put your fucking phone down for 20 minutes and feed your baby.

  • Wendy N.

    Really is been on your phone more important than feeding your baby incredible the lack of love

  • Alicia O.

    This really is a great way to disconnect mother and baby bonding. Even if your tired you should just close your eyes and feel the warmth of such an amazing little being. Browse on your phone when there sleeping. Don't put social media before your baby.

  • Nick C.

    That makes me a little sad :flushed:

  • Natalie P.

    Why oh why would u want it. Whole point of feeding is to provide nurture love warmth and gaze in baby's eyes.

  • Ally W.

    Haha cause you didn't invent it first? You'll be great :kissing_heart::kissing_heart::kissing_heart:

  • Gemma L.

    Jeez! Another way to ignore your child.

  • Kayleigh S.

    I understand that whilst feeding, it does get a tad boring/tiring staring at the same walls, but I think this device is just stupid.

  • Gemma L.

    There was a study recently that showed how often children make eye contact with their parents for reassurance, in a 5 minute play session the child looked to it's mother more than 100 times. However the study highlighted how many of these confidence building moments were missed because of distraction technology. Normally a child would be reassured by a smile or a noise. However when those simple cues are consistently denied, it can have a huge impact on the child's social skills.

  • Lindsay D.

    Urgh this is just awful. Can people really not just enjoy feeding their babies it only lasts such a short time? What about talking to the baby or singing to it and making eye contact? And no I'm not a perfect parent before anyone jumps on my comment just think this is really sad that someone's actually invented such a thing.

  • Lauren G.

    I use my phone while feeding but I think this gadget is ott.

  • Vikki B.

    Whatever happened to using the hand you're cradling your baby with? That's what I did some of the times I was feeding. One hand for the bottle, one hand that's cradling for the phone. Never was a problem for me, just an excuse to sell mothers more shit they really don't need.

  • Donna W.

    :confused: your baby needs to look into your eyes when they are feeding to bond. This makes me sad.

  • Lucy T.

    Cherish feeding your baby! Your phone will still be waiting afterwards your child will still grow up

  • Nicola S.

    I just think this is hilarious!!!:joy::joy:people need to get down of their high horse.. how did people manage in the pre phone days? Good arguement but its the same with everything... how did people manage without washer dryer central heating etc things change. Its 2016!! Itll be fun to see how things are in another 30 odd year with all these new gadgets x

  • Rachel C.

    If you cant put your phonr down for 10 mins while you feed your baby whether is a buisness or pleasure need, i dont know what to say. Its very sad!

  • Helen S.

    yes you'll miss out of you're on the phone instead of bonding with baby, but more urgently, noone really knows what potential harm the phone can physically do in such close proximity re radiation, blue lights affecting sleep etc. does it hurt so much to at least hold it in your other hand or have it on speaker?

  • Kirsty R.

    I agree with you, feeding your baby should be the most important thing not what's on a phone. I loved feeding my girls and I stared into their eyes every time. Memories won't be made looking at your phone or tablet xx

  • Carol J.

    NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. NO. SO WRONG!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Pauline W.

    Sorry but put the phone away and communicate with your baby

  • Georgina T.

    At least you get to read the news and not look like an ignoramus in general conversation.

  • Donna W.

    That is so bad ,feeding baby is suppose to be a comforting time no so you can use your bloody phone what a bad invention x

  • Samantha P.

    This is just awful that you can't spend quality bonding time feeding your baby and feel the need to go on your phone with no eye contact with little one and propping the bottle up, disgusting gadget !!

  • Kim S.

    Or just put your phone down and enjoy the bonding time instead

  • Susan A.

    Deplorable you should concentrate on feeding yr baby

  • Stacey T.

    No, no, no feeding a baby is a special time, every time put the bloody phone down :rage:

  • Clare W.

    That's what you need. Another way to not pay attention to your baby's needs

  • Jeanette S.

    For god sake he's your child give him attention Glad we never had these pressures when I had my boys

  • Samantha K.

    noooo time with your bubba is so precious why be glued to your phone! what is this word coming to!!!

  • Rachel M.

    Ironic that everyone's on social media complaining about it :joy::joy::joy:

  • Kelly T.

    To bright you want the monster to go back to sleep :joy::joy::joy:

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