Saturday, 13 December 2014
The notorious wall of bottles at the baby store. It haunts every soon to be new mom and seasoned moms alike.
Every color, shape, size imaginable litters the walls. They all have different tricks and gadgets to “reduce colic.” It’s beyond overwhelming to pick the right one for you and your baby.
That’s all great and dandy if you are having one baby but twins is an entirely different ball game. With twins it boils down to what is the best quality bottle with the least amount of pieces.
The Joovy Boob was the best bottle for us. When the twins were infants, eating every 2.5 hours, we went through 10 bottles a day! The last thing I wanted to do before going to bed was clean multiple pieces! They add up! We loved that the Boob only had 3 pieces beside the bottle. All of which are super easy to clean!
The Joovy Boob is on top of being easy to clean, a great bottle.
The nipple is very durable. At first, I was trying to do everything perfect according to the books… but then I came to my senses and used the dreaded DISHWASHER. The nipples withstood a year of daily washing.
The bottle shape itself is the best on the market. It is very easy to hold and to hold comfortably with one hand.
Again, a plus with twins due to the fact that you will always be holding two bottles at once. You need a bottle that you can easily grip. What’s also nice about the shape is that when the babies are ready, it’s easier for them to hold as well. Best day ever when they hold their own bottles. You can also add the handles to the bottle to help with that transition.
All around it’s another smart designed product with the parents of twins in mind.
Elizabeth, mom to twins, Carson and Ellie (aren’t they adorable?!)
Thursday, 11 December 2014
I waited a year to see my daughter take a bottle.
Brynlee was born with Pierre Robin Sequence and had a g-tube and trach placed at 9 days old due to feeding and breathing difficulty related to her cleft palate, micrognathia, and airway obstruction.
She turned 1 year old on Sunday and we decided to give the Joovy Boob a try now that her palate is repaired and she has suction. She took to it and loves it!
Thank you so much, for being such a wonderful support this year and for sending these awesome bottles for Brynlee.
A devoted mom – Whitney and blogger at It’s Gravy, Baby
Note: Whitney is a Joovy Blogger who has shown so many of us about the real meaning of courage and fortitude through her Facebook and Instagram postings. We are grateful for her sharing about her daughter’s journey and hope for continued progress for Brynlee. We are proud to have her as a Joovy Mom.
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Saturday, 6 September 2014
“I have to say that the Boob bottles have been a lifesaver. Super easy to use and clean, and Lukas transitions so well back and forth between the breast and the bottle, especially now that I’m back at work. I’ve had to supplement his diet from the beginning with formula, and he goes back and forth thanks to the Boob without any issues. I actually gave all my other bottles (Dr. Brown’s and Avent) away and bought more Boobs online!”
Thanks again for making such awesome products!
Tuesday, 19 August 2014
Tuesday, 29 July 2014
Only on Twitter! “I was showing my husband the @joovy Glass #boobbottle – his question? “Do they sell them by cup size?” Oy. Mem. LOL.
Tuesday, 24 June 2014
See what this mom has to share about her exclusively breastfed baby and
baby bottles, “I have been exclusively breastfeeding from the beginning….and Jaxon has made it clear he doesn’t like bottles. UNTIL I found the Joovy Boob Baby Bottle. I hate having to give him a bottle (even though its mommy milk)… but this momma has to go back to work soon!”
Wednesday, 7 May 2014
I just wanted to say thank you for making the joovy boob. My 3 month old son is exclusively breast fed but I wanted to have a bottle on hand so daddy could feed sometimes. We tried 5 different types of bottles (born free, avent, dr. Browns, tommee tippee and playtex drop ins) and my son refused every single one. Finally one day at buy buy baby I came across the boob bottle and figured why not give it a try. My son instantly took the bottle, and didn’t even flinch. To date he has taken it 4 times with no problems at all. He even suffers from acid reflux and the bottle has not been any problem. I am so thankful for these bottles and how wonderful they are. I can’t sing enough praises.
– Jessica Cook
Tuesday, 8 April 2014
The Boob Baby Bottle has been on the market for just a year and we love hearing the feedback from parents who’ve tried the PPSU, PP or new glass Boob.
Comments range from, “It’s the only bottle my baby will take” to, “my baby rejected 14 bottles before we found the Boob!”
Some mention the sheer beauty of the bottle; its shape, its nipple and its gorgeous package. Others love how easy the Boob is to clean and reassemble. We like to tease that even dad’s can do it.
We feel the Boob is a great choice for breastfeeding babies who occasionally need to take a bottle. Mom can pump directly into the Boob with the breast pump adapter and baby loves the wide based nipple that allows a nursing-like latch.
If baby is strictly bottle-fed, the Boob is a seamless feeding system. Accessories like the breast pump adapter, sealing caps and insulators add to the ease of use and help make feeding time a pleasant and enjoyable experience.
The PPSU and PP bottles are available in Starter and Gift Sets. They come in either 5 or 9 ounce bottles with a variety of accessories and nipples.
Our new glass Boobs come in 5 and 8 ounce bottles. They have gorgeous silicone sleeves in bright colors that will help protect the glass and add a bit of fun to feeding time.
To celebrate #JoovyRush this week, we want to giveaway some Boobs! There are two ways to enter our contest this week: here on the blog in the Rafflecopter entry below and on our Facebook page.
As always, thanks for visiting and hope you’ll try our Joovy Boob Baby Bottle!
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Wednesday, 2 April 2014
This shot was captured while on vacation. Breakfast in bed with mommy!
Wednesday, 12 March 2014