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Dr. Brown’s Baby Bottles & Accessories

When Sarah was a baby I was first introduced to Dr. Brown’s Baby Bottles. They were the only kind she would take. I think it was partially due to her being exclusively breastfeed the first 6 or so months of her life.

Dr Brown’s bottles use a patented 2-piece internal vent system for your baby’s comfort. This system creates positive-pressure flow for vacuum-free feeding that is similar to breastfeeding. The breast milk or formula flows freely without nipple collapse. As the baby feeds, air is channeled from the Level One nipple collar through the vent system to the back of the bottle. Air never mixes with the breast milk or formula, so oxidation is prevented, thereby maintaining essential vitamins such as C, A and E.

The vent system also eliminates air bubbles in the formula or milk, which helps to reduce feeding problems like colic, spit-up, burping and gas. The bottle is completely BPA-, PVC-, lead- and phthalate-free for your baby’s safety.

It is easy to clean with a dishwasher-safe design.


2-piece internal vent system
The fully vented bottle reduces vacuums, so your baby can quickly access the milk or formula in a method similar to breastfeeding. This positive-pressure feeding system channels air through the Level One nipple collar to the back of the bottle, keeping it separate from your baby’s food.

Prevents oxidation of nutrients
By keeping air separate from the milk or formula, the Dr. Brown’s bottles reduce oxidation for nutrient-rich feeding. The system helps maintain vitamins C, A and E to keep your baby healthy.

Reduces unpleasant feeding problems
The unique vent system also prevents the ingestion of air bubbles. It eliminates negative pressure and air bubbles to help reduce colic, spit-up, burping and gas.

We received quite a few different bottles from Dr. Brown and Shelby really seemed to like the smaller nipple and the bottle because it has a slim design was easy for her to hold onto. She obviously doesn’t understand her milk comes out of the bottle yet but I am sure after a few tries she will get it.

When we used the Dr. Brown bottles with Sarah she hardly ever had spit up, never got gas bubbles and was always happy. I loved these bottles with her and have always recommended them to anyone.

I absolutely love the Dr. Brown’s Natural Flow Bottle Brush. The brush is great for cleaning the long neck bottles, holds baby liquid soap really well and doesn’t scratch the surface of the bottles. I also love that it comes with it’s own suction cup stand. I do not recommend using it to clean other cups and such, and always wash baby’s stuff separately than regular dishes.

another item I find useful, especially since I am breastfeeding still is the Dr. Brown Milk Storage Bags. They are ideal for extended freezer storage, these bags are extra-thick and double-sealed to prevent leaks. Pre-sterilized for cleanliness and convenience. They are easy to use and lay flat in the freezer for better storage.

The Dr. Brown’s Microwave Steam Sterilizer is an interesting product I didn’t think would be useful.  But I like that it gives you that extra sense of assurance that the bottles are clean. Dr. Brown’s Sterilizer is uniquely suited to fit Dr. Brown’s Bottles. It sterilizes up to 4 bottles. It holds standard or wide neck bottles. The sterilizer is dishwasher safe, uses tap water and includes plastic tongs.

You can purchase Dr. Brown Baby Bottles at most mast merchandise stores like Babies ‘R’ Us.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. I am nursing with Baby boy but we used Dr. Browns with our oldest. She was really gassy and had reflux these were the only bottles she could use when we went to bottles.

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