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Bottle-feeding Tips with Enfamil & Playtex

July 17, 2018

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I received product and compensation from Mead Johnson Nutrition and Playtex Baby to create this post written by me. All experiences and opinions expressed in this post are my own and not those of Mead Johnson Nutrition nor Playtex Baby. For questions about Enfamil NeuroPro, you can contact Mead Johnson Nutrition at 1-800-BABY-123 (1-800-222-9123). For questions about Nurser bottles with Drop-Ins liners, you can contact Playtex Baby at 1-888-310-4290.

For many mothers figuring out which bottle works best for your little one comes with a lot of questions and research. Mothers choose to use a bottle for their little ones either from day one, to supplement to go along with breastfeeding, or when it is time to transition from breastfeeding to bottle-feeding. With my daughter I tried plenty of bottles and thought they would for sure be the bottle to work for Colton, but I was so wrong. After trying a few different bottles out and getting frustrated that they would leak or he would not take them, we discovered the Playtex Baby™ Nurser Bottles with Drop-Ins® Liners and they became our go to choice instantly.

Colton took to these bottles right away and gave us no issues at all. The Playtex Baby™ Nurser Bottles had everything we were looking for. These bottles have unique liner that contracts for air free feeding (reducing colic, gas & fussiness) like breastfeeding. The liners contract as your little one eats, so air doesn’t mix with the formula and cause gas for your little one.

Another huge pro about the liners are that they are pre-sterilized, so you just drop one in for a guaranteed clean bottle every time. The bottle comes with a NaturaLatch Silicone Nipple, which mimics the natural breast latch for easier transition between breast and bottle. But the Nurser is compatible with all Playtex nipples, so you can choose the one that suits your baby best.

Another decision that went along with the bottle was figuring out what formula we would use. Our transition involved a lot of research and we found Enfamil NeuroPro™.

Enfamil NeuroPro™ is the first formula that has an MFGM & DHA blend for brain-building benefits similar to those of breast milk.* I was not able to breastfeed so having a formula that is similar to breast milk was a huge plus for us, because I wanted to make sure Colton was getting key nutrients. MFGM has been clinically shown to help close the cognitive development gap between formula-fed and breastfed infants**. Cognitive development relates to the way a newborn learns, acquires knowledge and interacts with his/her surrounding environment. This includes the areas of memory, concentration, attention and perception. When your little one is a newborn, it is easy to measure their changes and growth with their weight and size, but it’s not as easy to see what’s happening inside their brain. However, Enfamil NeuroPro™ helped ease my mind.

While supplies last, moms can purchase Enfamil® NeuroPro and Nurser with Drop-Ins® Liners at Walmart and save up to $6.50 with Ibotta. To redeem the offer, download the Ibotta app, scan your receipt with both items, and save!

For more information, visit enfamil.com or call 1-800-BABY-123 (1-800-222-9123). You can also join Enfamil Family Beginnings(R) for up to $400 in gifts* and a chance to win a $25,000 Scholarship for your baby!

Visit enfamil.com/enrollment to join and request a free sample.

*benefits may vary

* In amounts supported by clinical research. As measured by Bayley cognitive scores.

** As measured by Bayley-III cognitive score at 12 months in a different formula with MFGM added as an ingredient.)

 

This is sponsored by Enfamil® Neuro Pro and Playtex Baby™ Nurser with Drop-Ins® Liners

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    Inger Matlock
    June 22, 2019 at 3:15 pm

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