As a parent, one concern you might have is the materials in the products you use with your baby. BPA, a chemical that can leach from plastic, is a wide spread concern now so it is important to know what your baby’s bottle is made from and the effects it may have on your child and the environment.
Several years ago, Thinkbaby introduced an Eco-friendly Baby bottle made from materials that can be recycled after use and do not leach chemicals that adversely affect the environment. Thinkbaby bottles are free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, nitrosamines, lead, PVC, PET, and other biologically harmful chemicals.
Thinkbaby sent over a starter set for us to try with my grandson, Liam. I love the orange accents and the bottle, which is made from extra soft, medical grade silicone, has an easy grip shape.
One of the neat things about thinkbaby bottles is the nipple design. First, the venting system is built right into the nipple. I can not tell you how many bottles and cups we have used over the years that end up in the bottom of a kitchen drawer because we have lost the inner mechanisms of the vent system. Secondly, the design mimics nursing requiring the baby to apply pressure to the nipple in order to eat. The anti-colic design also helps reduce incidence of gas and spit up . And lastly, the criss-cross design reduces spills during feeding.
The ThinkBaby Starter Set includes:
- (2) 5 ounce bottles
- (3) Stage A nipples (designed for 0 to 6 months)
- (2) 9 ounces bottles
- (3) Stage B nipples (designed for 6+ months)
So what did Liam think of these cool, new bottles?
He had to ponder it a bit….
But in the end, he gave it a whirl!
Liam was a tad hesitant at first. He has only had one type of bottle since he discontinued nursing so it was new to him. After checking out the ends and outs of the thinkbaby bottle for himself, he took to it quite well. We have been using these bottles for the last month or so and have had no problems or issues at all.
Liam is ready to be weaned from the bottle soon but that doesn’t mean we have to toss out this bottle. I can purchase a conversion kit that transforms the bottle into a sippy cup, saving me money and the environment! How cool is a bottle that not only is safe but also can grow with your child through toddlerhood?
I also adore the price. For $19.99, I can buy an entire starter kit of four bottles with two extra nipples. Great value!
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I received the above mentioned product free of charge to facilitate my review, however all opinions are my own.