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.
-Â Jessica Cook
Tuesday, 8 April 2014
The Boob Baby Bottle has been on the market for just a year and we love hearing Â 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. Â Others love how easy the Boob is to clean and reassemble. Â 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. Â 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. Â 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. Â 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! Â 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. Â Breakfast in bed with mommy!
Wednesday, 12 March 2014
Monday, 10 March 2014
DALLAS, Texas (March 2014) â€“ Joovy is pleased to announce that its PPSU Boob Baby Bottle has been selected for a Crisbie New Arrival Award.Â The Crisbie New Arrival Award honors the best new brands and products of 2013.Â All product submissions are evaluated and reviewed by the Crisbie Academy, a panel of prestigious industry experts, leaders and celebrities.Â Criteria includes: innovation, style/design, marketability, and utility.
The PPSU Boob Baby Bottle introduces the simplest and most advanced technology to the baby-feeding category to date.Â What makes the Boob the best baby bottle on the market? The nipple, vent system, bottle and insulator are state-of-the-art and use todayâ€™s best design and materials. Transitioning from breast-to-bottle or bottle-to-breast can be frustrating and delicate, but the boob baby bottleâ€™s innovation and technology make it a â€œnaturalâ€ choice for quick and easy transitions.Â The key features of the PPSU Boob Baby Bottle system that are markedly different than any other bottle available today: proprietary nipple, CleanFlowâ„¢ Vent, ergonomic PPSU bottle, temperature control, seamless utility.
â€œWeâ€™re excited to bring these new products to market,â€ says Joovy founder Rob Gardner. â€œWe pride ourselves in setting high quality standards and being different in our approach to the market.Â Our product philosophy is simple:Â we want to bring products to consumers that we want to use ourselves, practical and functional with high quality and good looks. Weâ€™ve worked with the best bottle designer in the world developing new technology for the feeding category and weâ€™re confident parents will agree that this is the best feeding system available today.â€
All Boob Baby Bottles and Dood cups are BPA free, phthalate free and PVC free and are manufactured in a clean room environment.
The Joovy Boob is available at buybuy Baby, retailers nationwide, and atÂ joovy.com.Â The line ranges in price from $4.99 to $129.99.
Joovy focuses on producing high quality, affordable, sporty juvenile gear with exceptional good looks and functionality. With keen attention to customer service,Â Joovy is committed to building brand loyalty and long lasting relationships withÂ customers.
Friday, 3 January 2014
My name is Jodie Wiens. I have never written a company before to tell them how amazing their product was, but I am writing to tell you that I absolutely love your Joovy bottles.
They truly are the best bottles on the market. I have an eight week old daughter and I exclusively pump. I have been using the Medela bottles since she was born because it was so convenient to pump and to feed from the same bottle. However, she was spitting up a significant amount and was gassy. She often choked when she was feeding and the nipples would collapse. I did a lot of research on baby bottles before I decided to try yours. I did not want to buy bottle after bottle in order to find one that worked. I saw the Joovy bottle at Buy Buy Baby and I purchased six of your premium PPSU 9 ounce bottles. I was looking for something that I would only have to buy once, that was easy to clean, and that would help with my daughter’s spit up. I have only been using the bottles for three days now and I absolutely love them! I have seen such a huge improvement in the amount that she has spit up. She takes in virtually no air when she is drinking. She loved your bottle from her very first feeding with it. Thank you for making such a wonderful, well-thought out product. I will recommend this to all of my friends. I know that the bottles were expensive, but it was one of the best purchases I have made for her. Thanks again! -Jodie Wiens
Friday, 27 December 2013
Milk coma from the delicious milk from my boob bottle!!!
Friday, 4 October 2013
As seen on Grey’s Anatomy on ABC, October 3, 2013~
Friday, 23 August 2013
Thanks Whitney! Â We are so glad that you shared this with us and we’re proud to have you as a Joovy Mom!
Monday, 12 August 2013
This is Kristy Sevy, you spoke with my mom Janet Muir at the OR show. Â You kindly gave my mom two Joovy Boob bottles for my youngest daughter Josie, who has had some health problems. Â First, thank you so much!!! Â I don’t believe in coincidence, and I have to tell you that those bottles have been life changing! Â I know that sounds cliche, but after all we have been through I am entirely serious.
When my mom met you Josie’s NG tube had been out for ten days. Â Josie had lost three pounds, with the primary problem being liquid intake. Â Unless she began drinking (whether out of a bottle, cup, or one of the special drinking tools I have purchased) the tube was going to be put back in. Â The Boob bottle is THE FIRST nipple Josie has consistently sucked and swallowed with. Â Josie has tried to drink from a cup, but most of the liquid would end up spilling.
Since December 2012 I have taken Josie to a speech therapist, in hopes that she would quickly re-learn how to suck/drink/eat. Â I felt so defeated: week after week there was no big improvement. Â About two weeks ago Josie’s doctors and I (hesitantly) decided to pull the NG tube out for a trial period. Â She had been eating a decent amount of pureed food, and we hoped her liquid intake would gradually improve. Â However, liquid intake did not improve and Josie was on this scary line of almost being dehydrated, that is until the 10th day when I tried the Boob bottle.
Watching Josie repeatedly suck and swallow has been amazing and exciting! Every day since, Josie has improved. Â She likes the 0-3month slow flow nipple, as she has better control. Â She will actually drink 2oz at a time, which has not happened since November 2012. Â I was told that Josie was unlikely to suck on a nipple again, as most babies lose their nutritive sucking reflex around 6 months. Â I guess I feel like this is all sort of a miracle. Â Thank you, thank you, thank you!
As of today there are two major milestones I wanted to share with you: 1. Â Josie has gained back the three pounds lost and is definitely getting enough fluid through the Boob bottle; 2. Josie sucked out of a straw for the first time today!!! Â I have worked with a speech therapist for months, purchased special feeding/drinking tools, and Josie never once sucked out of a straw or a nipple. Â Both my husband and I were amazed. Â I can’t thank you enough.