Baby Deeds was understandably VERY happy when we started using Adiri Natural Nurser Baby Bottles.
(Baby Deeds, pictured here at about 5-months-old!)
We still nurse, but increasingly as he grew, there have been times that we needed to be apart for short periods, including when I was working part-time.
I didn’t want him to have to be entirely dependent on my return to give him nourishment. I snack between meals a lot myself!
With Adiri Natural Nurser baby bottles, I didn’t have to worry about the dreaded “nipple confusion”.
What is good about Adiri?
- 100% polycarbonate-free and BPA-free
- beautiful design
- easy to fill and prepare for use
- includes cover to protect nipple from dirt and germs
- dishwasher safe
- Adiri bottles are shaped like a mother’s breast!
My son adored using Adiri bottles. I was so excited to try them when he was 6-months-old that I gave him a bottle of water. He started to drink it and then stopped and smiled at me! He happily began to “milk” the bottle with his hands while he continued to “nurse” on the Adiri.
I have often wondered why baby bottles to not resemble an actual breast in any way. Do a lot of people have 2-inch long nipples shaped like pencils? (that was a rhetorical question; no show of hands, please). An Adiri bottle would make the transitions between breast and bottle feeding seamless and interchangeable. It’s revolutionary.