Reddit Reddit reviews OXO Tot Bottle Brush with Nipple Cleaner and Stand, Green

We found 3 Reddit comments about OXO Tot Bottle Brush with Nipple Cleaner and Stand, Green. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

OXO Tot Bottle Brush with Nipple Cleaner and Stand, Green
Brush head has two types of bristles for gentle cleaning and serious scrubbingFits most bottle sizes; flexible neck for easy reach to get a deep clean inside bottlesSilicone nipple cleaner gets into tight spaces and is ideal for bottle nipples, sippy cup or breast pump partsVentilation holes help nipple cleaner dry quicklySoft, comfortable grip won't slip out of wet hands
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3 Reddit comments about OXO Tot Bottle Brush with Nipple Cleaner and Stand, Green:

u/kayemgi · 15 pointsr/beyondthebump

I'll second this and specifically say that I loved the Boon grass rack and stem accessory, and the OXO bottle brush with nipple cleaner & stand. We still use them now in toddlerhood for straws and cups and they're also great for small cooking & baking tools (like frosting tips).

u/knitpixie · 5 pointsr/FormulaFeeders

I too made the decision to use formula for my physical and mental wellbeing and I have had no regrets.

  • Ask your pediatrician what formula they recommend and see if they have samples. We were able to get 6 cans, which lasted us the entire first month. It was nice to not have to worry about buying it and now we use Amazon and have a subscription. We use Gerber Gentle and have had no issues.

  • The Dr. Brown's Pitcher is awesome. We make up the full days worth in the morning and it's so fast to fill up bottles. You really could use any pitcher but the way this one stirs, it helps reduce bubbles, which lead to gas. It makes it easy to pour out an extra half ounce or ounce when she's still hungry, instead of having to guesstimate on the powder serving.

  • Which leads me to the next thing, a food scale. Not technically necessary, but it makes the measurement of powder more exact. The containers say to use "one scoop" but that can vary in amount depending on how compacted the powder is when you scoop it. We just use a food scale and tare it out to 0, then stop when we get to -9 (the amount for a 2oz serving of Gerber). It makes it easy when mixing up the pitcher, after a few calculations. We are mixing 24 ounces now so we just scoop until the scale says -116. Easy peasy!

  • We empty out the pitcher at night for the nighttime bottles, and keep them in the fridge. LO takes cold bottles like a champ so we just walk down the hall and grab one. Alternatively, you could make them up with water and take the formula can to your room and mix them as needed. We use bottled nursery water but if you have a decent water supply, with clean water, you can use tap. Boiling is also an option but I find that tedious so I'd rather spend a few bucks on bottled water.

  • As for bottles, we use Munchkin Latch and Philips Avent. I think I prefer the Avent but my husband prefers the Latch.

  • We also have the Boon Lawn, Twig, and Oxo bottle brush. I highly recommend all of them! The twig is great for hanging pacifiers or the little blue vents on the latch bottles.

    I hope that helps! I nursed for 5 days, pumped for 1, and then called it quits. It was absolutely the best decision for me and my family but I did get some flak for it. Don't let anyone make you feel bad about your choice!
u/hipsterhater608 · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

That's the hardest thing. My husband lost his mom to cancer last year, and it's still hard not to burst out in tears when I pass her photo. Losing a mom is the worst.

My happy place is on the couch with a bowl of ice cream and my feet propped up on my husband's lap, rubbing my baby belly, watching a movie. We saw Butter last night, and I laughed so much I probably shook that poor baby as if I was sitting on a dryer!!! Haha!

item: Bottle Brush; we're expecting this winter! A boy! =)