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Isn’t she a cutie? I am big on sleep training books, and most of them say if your baby is crying they are either hungry, tired, or need a diaper change. They are missing one big factor: air intake. I never really experienced this with Michael, however poor little Paige has been in major discomfort on multiple occasions. It is so sad to see your perfect little babe so sad and uncomfortable. It was pretty clear from the beginning that her fussiness was caused by air intake because the moment the air was finally relieved she would fall peacefully asleep.
Smilo’s Anti Colic Bottles
I couldn’t wait to try out my smilo bottles. Not only do they look cute, but they are anti colic bottles that reduce air intake by 44%. This means less gas and discomfort for baby, and a less stressful experience for us moms. I am so impressed with them! So how do these anti colic bottles work? The design of the nipple mimics the anatomy of the ducts inside a mothers breast, making it easier for a baby to latch. This reduces air intake and relieves pressure on tiny ears, mouths, and tummies.
It’s a major bonus that these anti colic bottles are easy to clean! I can’t tell you how many bottles I went through with Michael trying to find a brand that I loved. All baby bottles are definitely not created equal. I honestly don’t know how people use bottles with an excessive number of parts. I’ve tried them out, and I just don’t have the patience to track down all of the pieces in a drawer for one bottle. (Smilo bottles are also dishwasher safe.)
We have the newborn bundle that comes with the anti colic bottles, the coziest star blanket pictured above, 3 pacifiers, 3 newborn pacifiers, and 2 different nipple sizes. It comes in purple, blue, and orange. (You can view their other bundles here!)
Smilo bottles come with this cute grip and a little disc for travel to prevent leaks. (Spilt milk in a diaper bag or car is the worst!) When I’ve got my hands full (when are they not full?) I just slip my pinky in the little grip to easily carry it around!
When it comes to babies, the tiniest things make the biggest differences. We are so grateful for Smilo!
Sponsored by Smilo. All thoughts and opinions are my own.