Recognize that silhouette?
I breastfed both of my girls exclusively, and neither of them would ever take a bottle. It wasn’t for lack of trying, though. I always wondered if I might have had better luck with something that was shaped more convincingly like the original source. I had seen the Breastbottle Nurser in catalogs, but I was skeptical so I never gave it a shot.
Now, Adiri, the same company that developed the Breastbottle Nurser is introducing the Natural Nurser, a revolutionary new bottle that features a design radically different from anything that has come before it. The bottle is 100% polycarbonate free. The nipple is co-molded onto the body of the bottle, and it’s made from a soft, natural material that is soothing for babies while feeding.
The bottle has an easy Fill Twist and Feed system that makes it very easy to use – according to the company’s website, parents and caregivers will be able to prepare a bottle while juggling a hungry infant in one arm (wait, don’t we all do that already?). For colicky babies, the Natural Nurser also has a vent that reduces the amount of air the baby takes in. The Natural Nurser is due to arrive in June. I do not have pricing information yet.