Whether you are moving from breastfeeding to bottle feeding or combination feeding it can be pretty frustrating if your little one refuses the bottle. It will certainly lead you to wonder who the boss in parenting really is! It’s a problem many parents face and there’s lots of advice out there with no magic solution.
IN THEORY, PREPARING FORMULA MILK IS A SIMPLE TASK. HOWEVER, IF YOU’VE NEVER PREPARED A BOTTLE BEFORE, OR IF IT’S 3AM WHEN EVERYTHING IS MORE CHALLENGING, HERE’S A FEW POINTERS FROM TOMMEE TIPPEE ON HOW TO PREPARE A BOTTLE FOR YOUR BABY. STERILISE You’ll need to sterilise your bottle and teat before you start to prepare formula milk. It’s also
IF YOU HAVE NEVER FED A BABY BEFORE, YOU MIGHT BE DAUNTED AT THE PROSPECT. AFTER A FEW TIMES THOUGH, YOU’LL WONDER WHAT YOU WORRIED ABOUT. WE ALL LOVE A TOP HINT, SO WHEN IT COMES TO BOTTLE FEEDING TIPS TOMMEE TIPPEE ASKED THE EXPERTS – A.K.A THE PARENTS WHO DO IT EVERY DAY – TO SHARE
I had to go back to work three months after having Shane, so I tried bottle feeding for the first time about two and a half weeks before that. Until then, I’d been really happy breastfeeding. He was eating well, and it was much easier – especially at night. He had a pacifier, so I