The benefit of Baby Bottle Breastfeeding
But truly, the way you bottle feed (see our post on Paced Bottle Feeding) is so critical ... lots more important than the bottle choice. This is where you can actually "echo" the rhythm and flow of breastfeeding, which will provide your overall breastfeeding partnership. Be sure to train your care provider on the Pace Bottle Feeding Method previously introducing a bottle.
Best bottles for breastfed newborns
There are dozens and hundreds of bottles on the market So what are the very best bottles for breastfed children? Well, they will have a few key functions.
The best bottles for breastfed babies support breastfeeding instead of undermining it. Keep your breastfeeding relationship strong with these kinds of bottles.
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When baby reaches the breast, he is able to control the flow of milk with his suck. Bottles for Breastfeeding on the other hand, often pour milk right into infant's mouth, not allowing your guy to stop to signal that he's had enough (and learning early the feeling of satiety.).
It likewise takes work from child to get milk from the breast, which strengthens and builds the little one's palate, and also gives him a kind of training (watch how babies will "sweat" sometimes when nursing!).
If infant has bottles all the time that flow quickly, he may lose the ability-- and also the desire in some cases-- to adequately remove milk from the breast when you two snuggle in for breastfeeding time. If your goal is to preserve a near breastfeeding relationship and not exclusively pump, this is obviously not good news!
Actually, the term "nipple problem", which we hear a lot around when we intend to start a bottle, may be much more of a flow issue. Some infants will start to prefer the bottle because they don't will have to work so hard to get the milk.
That's why bottles for breastfeeding with a low flow or baby-controlled progress are the most effective bottles for breastfed children. At the very least, picking a baby or preemie nipple will help slow the milk flow and allow infant to retain those sucking muscles!