- Comfort and serenity: two basic principles for good bottle feeding
- Breastfeeding positions suitable for bottle feeding
- The right pacifier to support babies' digestion
Of course, breastfeeding and bottle-feeding are two different actions. Yet every parent who feeds their child puts as much heart into the work, whether they use their breasts or they use a bottle. But, it's like everything, to do it well you have to know the tips, the tricks of those who have experimented before you. However, with 6 to 8 bottles every day and night for your infant, rest assured, you too will soon have your certified nursing parent badge. Before that, and because we wanted a bibRond which offers a feeding as close as possible to breastfeeding , discover with us the best positions to give your baby a bottle without discomfort, with confidence and in complete peace of mind .
Comfort and serenity: two basic principles for good bottle feeding
Giving the bottle may seem simple, especially with a baby who is already a few months old. But, an unsuitable position or a bottle tilted too far and it's guaranteed to cause a cramp or a wrong turn! To avoid this, bet everything on the following two points.
All the comfort to take your time and offer it to baby
Serenity for a well-shared bottle
Because the bottle is not only the occasion for a meal, but also for a sensory experience to enjoy as a couple , surround yourself with a bubble of serenity by adopting the safest possible position for your baby. Always install it so that it is semi-recumbent, well positioned in front of you, or on your side . In this way, baby is reassured by your touch, by your look and by your smell . Also, the inclination of one's body first facilitates drinking and then digestion.
A sensory bibRond, perfectly adapted
Breastfeeding positions suitable for bottle feeding
For mothers who breastfeed their babies, the choice of positions is natural, instinctive and partly initiated by the infant. But, did you know that certain breastfeeding postures can be perfectly adapted to meals taken from a bottle?