Review For Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature @TommeeTippee_NA

About Closer to Nature:

In 2006 Tommee Tippee revolutionized the infant feeding market with the launch of the Closer to Nature line of baby bottles and accessories. Inspired by nature and developed in conjunction with midwives, breastfeeding moms and babies, Closer to Nature bottles are designed to be the closest thing to natural breastfeeding during the very early stages of baby’s life, from first latch to weaning. 

My thoughts:

First off let me just start by saying that I love Tommee Tippee. Before this review we reviewed their Sippy Cups and they have become our favorite Sippy cups.  All of Tommee Tippee products are designed well and trendy.

Little H spits up a lot. In fact we do a lot of laundry and seem to never have enough bibs and burb cloths. So when we were sent the Tommee Tippee Closer to Nature Milk Feeding Bibs I was excited to try them out.

My favorite part of this bib is that there is an absorbent dribble catcher around the neck. This is perfect for little H since when he nurses sometimes milk runs down the side of his face and into his neck but with the bib on it just absorbs into the bib. The fabric is also very soft.

We were also sent the Closer to Nature 5fl oz. blue designed feeding bottle. First I have to let you know that I am a nursing mother and we rarely use bottles so my review of these cannot be compared to another bottle since we have never tried a different bottle.

With that being said, I have to say I love how the bottle nipple resembles the breast. I also love the design on the bottle of the little Owl.  My husband said he loved how the bottle fit in his hand making feedings easier. These bottles and bibs can be purchased at Babies R US.

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