BottleSnugglers: Adorable and Practical!

11/29/2009 at 11:00 AM ET
BottleSnugglers

Want a free hand while feeding your baby? Try the adorable and cleverly designed BottleSnugglers ($23.95).

Made of soft velour, these plush stuffed animal bottled holders have an elastic band that wraps around the bottle to hold it securely in place while your little one feeds.

“They truly allow you to multi-task,” says creator, Jennifer Marko. “If your toddler is crying for a juice box, you can use your free hand to open the fridge while carrying a feeding baby in the other arm. It’s really the ‘third hand’ that we all wish for at times.”

It’s also perfect for moms of multiples, especially for those hectic middle-of-the-night feeds.

Want one? Styles include the Cuddly Cow, Charming Teddy Bear, Pinky Pig and Precious Puppy. It was also recently awarded the coveted iParenting Media Award.

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Lacey on

You should never prop a bottle up.

Lacey on

You should never prop a bottle up.

mrsh on

how did I know the first comment would be about not propping a bottle? I’m psychic ;-)

mrsh on

how did I know the first comment would be about not propping a bottle? I’m psychic ;-)

lucy on

talk about a choking hazard

lucy on

talk about a choking hazard

pp on

what a horrible idea. Most babies prefer to hold their own bottles by 4-5 months anyway. And you should not be propping bottles before then, or EVER! Babies need to be held while being fed! ALWAYS!

pp on

what a horrible idea. Most babies prefer to hold their own bottles by 4-5 months anyway. And you should not be propping bottles before then, or EVER! Babies need to be held while being fed! ALWAYS!

Shawna on

For God’s sake, if you can’t take the time to hold your baby and feed them without having a product hold the bottle for you then you don’t have the time to have baby! With the exception of multiples, this is the epitomy of laziness!

Shawna on

For God’s sake, if you can’t take the time to hold your baby and feed them without having a product hold the bottle for you then you don’t have the time to have baby! With the exception of multiples, this is the epitomy of laziness!

Cece on

This seems very unnecessary. I think it’s much sweeter when babies play with their Mommy’s clothes, necklace or hair. Why should they be bonding with a stuffed animal when they have their Mommy (or Daddy)

Cece on

This seems very unnecessary. I think it’s much sweeter when babies play with their Mommy’s clothes, necklace or hair. Why should they be bonding with a stuffed animal when they have their Mommy (or Daddy)

Rachel on

Exactly what Lacey said. This is just a fancy way of propping a bottle which is unsafe in so many ways. Not only is it a choking hazard (think about it – a small enough infant or sleeping baby cannot push a propped bottle out of its mouth and no bottle out there stops dripping/leaking milk when a child stops sucking), it can also lead to ear infections when the milk pools in the back of the infants mouth.

Rachel on

Exactly what Lacey said. This is just a fancy way of propping a bottle which is unsafe in so many ways. Not only is it a choking hazard (think about it – a small enough infant or sleeping baby cannot push a propped bottle out of its mouth and no bottle out there stops dripping/leaking milk when a child stops sucking), it can also lead to ear infections when the milk pools in the back of the infants mouth.

emily on

Ok…why, Lacey?

emily on

Ok…why, Lacey?

Ann on

This is a horrible idea. I’m amazed the mods would even post this. Bottle-propping is dangerous and can lead to choking, not to mention it’s a great way to be a neglectful parent. No one’s going to hold their baby at the same time as propping their bottle.

Fail, mods. Fail. I’m amazed you’d advertise such an unsafe product. I vote you take it down immediately.

Ann on

This is a horrible idea. I’m amazed the mods would even post this. Bottle-propping is dangerous and can lead to choking, not to mention it’s a great way to be a neglectful parent. No one’s going to hold their baby at the same time as propping their bottle.

Fail, mods. Fail. I’m amazed you’d advertise such an unsafe product. I vote you take it down immediately.

Babs on

Wow. How difficult is it to take a few minutes to hold your baby and feed them?? I can’t believe that this site is pushing something like this.

Babs on

Wow. How difficult is it to take a few minutes to hold your baby and feed them?? I can’t believe that this site is pushing something like this.

ekaterina on

I am dissapointed that cbb would even have this on the site
- if you are going to do product reviews at least make them genuine and not just glorified advertisements please
and look into them ( as PP mentioned- there are many problems with this type of a product)

ekaterina on

I am dissapointed that cbb would even have this on the site
- if you are going to do product reviews at least make them genuine and not just glorified advertisements please
and look into them ( as PP mentioned- there are many problems with this type of a product)

Annie on

CBB, really? Did you get paid to post this? This is an unsafe concept, and I can’t imagine why you would advertise it (unless you were paid to post it, in which case this site has changed TOO much from what originally was).

Annie on

CBB, really? Did you get paid to post this? This is an unsafe concept, and I can’t imagine why you would advertise it (unless you were paid to post it, in which case this site has changed TOO much from what originally was).

liz on

Seriously I know all Mums are called upon to multi-task while taking care of infants and toddlers but to suggest that this is a useful tool to free up a hand to grab a juice box for your toddler is just silly. More than likely it would be used to prop a bottle for an extended period of time and there is ample evidence that this is bad and dangerous practice. Far better that busy Mums think of other ways to deal with those moments when they need a “third hand” (i.e. put a drink out for your toddler before you start feeding your infant) than waste money on this product. Kudos to all who’ve responded and see this product for what it is; Mums know!

liz on

Seriously I know all Mums are called upon to multi-task while taking care of infants and toddlers but to suggest that this is a useful tool to free up a hand to grab a juice box for your toddler is just silly. More than likely it would be used to prop a bottle for an extended period of time and there is ample evidence that this is bad and dangerous practice. Far better that busy Mums think of other ways to deal with those moments when they need a “third hand” (i.e. put a drink out for your toddler before you start feeding your infant) than waste money on this product. Kudos to all who’ve responded and see this product for what it is; Mums know!

megan on

“If your toddler is crying for a juice box, you can use your free hand to open the fridge while carrying a feeding baby in the other arm. It’s really the ‘third hand’ that we all wish for at times.”

I pictured trying to do that and I got cross eyed just thinking about it.

megan on

“If your toddler is crying for a juice box, you can use your free hand to open the fridge while carrying a feeding baby in the other arm. It’s really the ‘third hand’ that we all wish for at times.”

I pictured trying to do that and I got cross eyed just thinking about it.

Jessica on

I don’t see what’s the big deal. So parents are busy and if they are like the 6 month-old I know then they will just suck on it on and on even if they’re not eating. And it’s nice to have a free hand.

Jessica on

I don’t see what’s the big deal. So parents are busy and if they are like the 6 month-old I know then they will just suck on it on and on even if they’re not eating. And it’s nice to have a free hand.

J on

It’s one thing to only really advertise the more pricey items, but it’s irresponsible to post this poor product.

Emily, common sense will tell you why this is an unsafe product.

mrsh, it’s more common sense than being psychic. ;)

J on

It’s one thing to only really advertise the more pricey items, but it’s irresponsible to post this poor product.

Emily, common sense will tell you why this is an unsafe product.

mrsh, it’s more common sense than being psychic. ;)

J on

Wow Jessica… :(

J on

Wow Jessica… :(

Janet on

I have used this product, and it’s really not an evil thing, nor am I a neglectful parent, as some of you have suggested. How can you know the motives of another mother? I have a toddler, a home-based business, and an infant. If I am holding my baby in my arms while she eats AND answering the door/phone/toddler demands, how am I neglecting or being lazy? You can be irresponsible with any product, not just this one. How about giving some of us a little credit for common sense?

Janet on

I have used this product, and it’s really not an evil thing, nor am I a neglectful parent, as some of you have suggested. How can you know the motives of another mother? I have a toddler, a home-based business, and an infant. If I am holding my baby in my arms while she eats AND answering the door/phone/toddler demands, how am I neglecting or being lazy? You can be irresponsible with any product, not just this one. How about giving some of us a little credit for common sense?

wess on

I m so happy to say that i bought this for my neice for her baby and she swears by it. She says its her asst.great idea for a gift !!

wess on

I m so happy to say that i bought this for my neice for her baby and she swears by it. She says its her asst.great idea for a gift !!

TC on

I’ve got a 4 month old and a 3 yr old, and yes there are times when I have to get something for my oldest while I’m feeding the baby. I just hold the bottle with my chin and chest for all of a few seconds while I get what my 3 yr old needs.

I actually saw this product a few weeks back and thought what a horrible idea but to each their own, if a parent wants to use it then they will, or they will prop the bottle up with anything else they can find.

TC on

I’ve got a 4 month old and a 3 yr old, and yes there are times when I have to get something for my oldest while I’m feeding the baby. I just hold the bottle with my chin and chest for all of a few seconds while I get what my 3 yr old needs.

I actually saw this product a few weeks back and thought what a horrible idea but to each their own, if a parent wants to use it then they will, or they will prop the bottle up with anything else they can find.

valerie on

I gifted Bottle Snugglers to my girlfriend with twins and she thanks me any chance she gets :). SHE LOVES IT !!!!

valerie on

I gifted Bottle Snugglers to my girlfriend with twins and she thanks me any chance she gets :). SHE LOVES IT !!!!

Julie on

Before you have a fit about a product you personally don’t need, please remember not every parent is able-bodied and may need a helping hand in order to be active in the care of their child.

My mother-in-law would of loved this, she was a polio survivor and never regained full use of her left arm. When her babies were small, it was very difficult for her to cradle them in one arm and hold the bottle in the other.

Julie on

Before you have a fit about a product you personally don’t need, please remember not every parent is able-bodied and may need a helping hand in order to be active in the care of their child.

My mother-in-law would of loved this, she was a polio survivor and never regained full use of her left arm. When her babies were small, it was very difficult for her to cradle them in one arm and hold the bottle in the other.

Amy on

This is a wonderful and cute product! If you have ever given one as a gift you will know that moms love them.

It is simply an aid to help you while you are holding the baby. Instead of trying to balance the bottle with your chin so you can free up a hand, like I used to try to do, you have it already in place and you don’t have to interrupt feeding time.

No one is suggesting that you abandon your child to use it!
This is a great tool, just like the bottle itself is for moms that can’t nurse. Thanks for featuring this on the Celebrity Baby Blog!

Amy on

This is a wonderful and cute product! If you have ever given one as a gift you will know that moms love them.

It is simply an aid to help you while you are holding the baby. Instead of trying to balance the bottle with your chin so you can free up a hand, like I used to try to do, you have it already in place and you don’t have to interrupt feeding time.

No one is suggesting that you abandon your child to use it!
This is a great tool, just like the bottle itself is for moms that can’t nurse. Thanks for featuring this on the Celebrity Baby Blog!

Camille Gregg on

These are AMAZING!! I have had 3 friends with new babies that I have gotten these for(adorable gifts) and the moms and dads LOVE them….sooooo practical and a wonderful addition to all the items to make life a bit easier for parents! Was surprised to see any negativity at all about this wonderful and convenient product! Our parents used towels under bottles, but they never stayed propped up…Bottle Snugglers are a safe, useful and incredibly creative new product! It will continue to be the first items along with diapers I buy all the new babies in our lives….The Cow is my favorite!! Would make a perfect Christmas gift, too!

Camille Gregg on

These are AMAZING!! I have had 3 friends with new babies that I have gotten these for(adorable gifts) and the moms and dads LOVE them….sooooo practical and a wonderful addition to all the items to make life a bit easier for parents! Was surprised to see any negativity at all about this wonderful and convenient product! Our parents used towels under bottles, but they never stayed propped up…Bottle Snugglers are a safe, useful and incredibly creative new product! It will continue to be the first items along with diapers I buy all the new babies in our lives….The Cow is my favorite!! Would make a perfect Christmas gift, too!

UggaMugga.com on

I receive a lot of emails from readers of my parenting blog asking for recommendation for products for their families. I actually read an email from a reader not long ago asking for a bottle holder recommendation. Here’s what I replied to her and would say to anyone even thinking for a second about purchasing something like this:

“I’m sure that you’ve noticed the all-natural feel of the blog and family-focused activities and products I write about. With that spirit in mind, I must tell you that I’ve never used a bottle holder for one of my children. Whenever my children have been fed as a baby, they’ve been held close by a loved one.

The reason for this, is that feeding time is a very special and social time for babies…it’s a time they can really focus on something and they calm down…their heart rates and breathing calm too as they are satisfied.

I feel it’s important for a loving face to be there…whether you’re watching TV, talking to them, singing to them, whatever….but to be there for them to see, so that in the future, they associate you or another loved one with that amazing feeling they have while feeding as an infant…for early bonding. Does that make sense?

I know it seems that feeding an infant takes up a lot of time…and it does! But as someone who has a 5 year old, 3 year old, and 8 month old, I can tell you that in the blink of an eye it will all be gone! And you’ll be yearning for the quiet, still moments of feeding an infant. They’re some of my very favorite, most cherished memories as a mother!”

UggaMugga.com on

I receive a lot of emails from readers of my parenting blog asking for recommendation for products for their families. I actually read an email from a reader not long ago asking for a bottle holder recommendation. Here’s what I replied to her and would say to anyone even thinking for a second about purchasing something like this:

“I’m sure that you’ve noticed the all-natural feel of the blog and family-focused activities and products I write about. With that spirit in mind, I must tell you that I’ve never used a bottle holder for one of my children. Whenever my children have been fed as a baby, they’ve been held close by a loved one.

The reason for this, is that feeding time is a very special and social time for babies…it’s a time they can really focus on something and they calm down…their heart rates and breathing calm too as they are satisfied.

I feel it’s important for a loving face to be there…whether you’re watching TV, talking to them, singing to them, whatever….but to be there for them to see, so that in the future, they associate you or another loved one with that amazing feeling they have while feeding as an infant…for early bonding. Does that make sense?

I know it seems that feeding an infant takes up a lot of time…and it does! But as someone who has a 5 year old, 3 year old, and 8 month old, I can tell you that in the blink of an eye it will all be gone! And you’ll be yearning for the quiet, still moments of feeding an infant. They’re some of my very favorite, most cherished memories as a mother!”

Danielle on

I agree with ekaterina. Since CBB was bought out by People the site has changed and not for the better. The standards and integrity this blog had before are not being upheld. They must have been paid to advertise this product. I cannot see how people would feel good endorsing it otherwise.

Danielle on

I agree with ekaterina. Since CBB was bought out by People the site has changed and not for the better. The standards and integrity this blog had before are not being upheld. They must have been paid to advertise this product. I cannot see how people would feel good endorsing it otherwise.

amy on

This is a wonderful and cute product! If you have ever given one as a gift you will know that moms love them.

It is simply an aid to help you while you are holding the baby. Instead of trying to balance the bottle with your chin so you can free up a hand, like I used to try to do, you have it already in place and you don’t have to interrupt feeding time.

No one is suggesting that you abandon your child to use it!
This is a great tool, just like the bottle itself is for moms that can’t nurse. Thanks for featuring this. :)

-Amy

amy on

This is a wonderful and cute product! If you have ever given one as a gift you will know that moms love them.

It is simply an aid to help you while you are holding the baby. Instead of trying to balance the bottle with your chin so you can free up a hand, like I used to try to do, you have it already in place and you don’t have to interrupt feeding time.

No one is suggesting that you abandon your child to use it!
This is a great tool, just like the bottle itself is for moms that can’t nurse. Thanks for featuring this. :)

-Amy

mrsh on

J – darn, here I thought my abilities were really starting to develop ;-) Common sense is pretty good though, too. I know a lot of people who don’t even have that!

I was actually really surprised when I saw this product on this site. The first thing I thought was, “Their promoting bottle propping?!?” Yeah, CBB, not your best moment. I still hold my 8-month old daughter in my lap while she drinks her bottle. I still hold her bottle, too. It’s a bit heavy for her when it’s full, and she squirts it everywhere. I honestly think it’s nice to hold your kid while they are fed. They aren’t little and willing to be held for all that long a time, it’s a good idea to enjoy it while it lasts.

mrsh on

J – darn, here I thought my abilities were really starting to develop ;-) Common sense is pretty good though, too. I know a lot of people who don’t even have that!

I was actually really surprised when I saw this product on this site. The first thing I thought was, “Their promoting bottle propping?!?” Yeah, CBB, not your best moment. I still hold my 8-month old daughter in my lap while she drinks her bottle. I still hold her bottle, too. It’s a bit heavy for her when it’s full, and she squirts it everywhere. I honestly think it’s nice to hold your kid while they are fed. They aren’t little and willing to be held for all that long a time, it’s a good idea to enjoy it while it lasts.

Marla on

what cracks me up is that the picture is of a mom holding the baby while using the bottle propper…you know that the people who use this will do it while the baby is not in their arms, b/c otherwise, what’s the point??

i agree it is a bad idea. ask any pediatrician and she/he will tell you as much. either your toddler will need to wait for the juice (and get upset) or you put the baby down and get the toddler the juice (and then the baby will be upset). it’s what happens in life (and as a mother too)…you can’t please everyone all the time.

Marla on

what cracks me up is that the picture is of a mom holding the baby while using the bottle propper…you know that the people who use this will do it while the baby is not in their arms, b/c otherwise, what’s the point??

i agree it is a bad idea. ask any pediatrician and she/he will tell you as much. either your toddler will need to wait for the juice (and get upset) or you put the baby down and get the toddler the juice (and then the baby will be upset). it’s what happens in life (and as a mother too)…you can’t please everyone all the time.

Andrew on

As a husband and co-parent of one adorable little boy, I can tell you that feeding time is always chaotic in our household. Both my wife and I work from home, and we take turns with feeding our son. Having our Bottle Snuggler has been a tremendous help. We do not ever prop our baby’s bottle with it, but use it while holding our son in our arms to have an “extra helping hand”. I can certainly understand other parent’s concerns with proping, but responsible parents would never use this device for anything other than what it intended to be used for…an extra helping hand during feeding time.

Andrew on

As a husband and co-parent of one adorable little boy, I can tell you that feeding time is always chaotic in our household. Both my wife and I work from home, and we take turns with feeding our son. Having our Bottle Snuggler has been a tremendous help. We do not ever prop our baby’s bottle with it, but use it while holding our son in our arms to have an “extra helping hand”. I can certainly understand other parent’s concerns with proping, but responsible parents would never use this device for anything other than what it intended to be used for…an extra helping hand during feeding time.

Jamie on

It sounds like a lot of the pro-bottle-feeder commentators are the same person commenting over and over again under different names. I’m sticking with my gut and saying a firm NO to this product, and I’m highly disappointed that Celebrity Baby Blog (which I’ve been reading for years) has promoted it.

Jamie on

It sounds like a lot of the pro-bottle-feeder commentators are the same person commenting over and over again under different names. I’m sticking with my gut and saying a firm NO to this product, and I’m highly disappointed that Celebrity Baby Blog (which I’ve been reading for years) has promoted it.

Janet on

I think the point here is that, although you may not need help in a certain area, someone else may, and they should not automatically be judged harshly because of it. Moms can get criticized for having an epidural (or not), going back to work (or not), hiring a nanny (or not), using a pacifier (or not), breastfeeding exclusively for the first year (or not), using disposable diapers (or not), etc. Did anyone ever judge you for these things? Was it right of them to do so? We can all have our own opinions without trashing someone else’s. And just because we’re anonymous online doesn’t negate the importance of being civil and understanding. Every product is not right for every person!

Janet on

I think the point here is that, although you may not need help in a certain area, someone else may, and they should not automatically be judged harshly because of it. Moms can get criticized for having an epidural (or not), going back to work (or not), hiring a nanny (or not), using a pacifier (or not), breastfeeding exclusively for the first year (or not), using disposable diapers (or not), etc. Did anyone ever judge you for these things? Was it right of them to do so? We can all have our own opinions without trashing someone else’s. And just because we’re anonymous online doesn’t negate the importance of being civil and understanding. Every product is not right for every person!

Malinda on

I gifted Bottle Snugglers to a friend who was having twins. Her husband is in Iraq and she has two babies that are fours months and a four year old. Every time I talk with her she say Thank you. She says unless she was magical she could never get it all done by herself. Kudos to CBB for realizing this is a good product. Anything could be used irresponsibly, but loving parents with their handsful can get it all done and be responsiable.

Malinda on

I gifted Bottle Snugglers to a friend who was having twins. Her husband is in Iraq and she has two babies that are fours months and a four year old. Every time I talk with her she say Thank you. She says unless she was magical she could never get it all done by herself. Kudos to CBB for realizing this is a good product. Anything could be used irresponsibly, but loving parents with their handsful can get it all done and be responsiable.

Malinda on

I used this product with my Grandchildren! It was terrific. I wish I had known about it earlier. Thanks Bottle Snugglers!

Malinda on

I used this product with my Grandchildren! It was terrific. I wish I had known about it earlier. Thanks Bottle Snugglers!

Rachel on

Andrew — having something other than a hand holding the bottle is the definition of “propping” the bottle. Regardless of whether or not you are holding your son. If you do not have your hand on the bottle then you lose the ability to slow the flow, tilt the bottle at the proper angle so the child isn’t sucking air, and to know when/if the infant is attempting to push the bottle from his or her mouth. I’m not saying that feeding isn’t chaotic for a lot of families… especially those with multiples. I work in an infant room where there are two of us (adults) to often 10 infants. We never do anything but hold the bottle for the baby and somehow we manage to do that for every single baby in the room. It’s possible. My suggestion for parents who say they just need that one “extra hand” while bottle feeding would be to use a nursing pillow or boppy pillow to prop the baby (not the bottle) on their lap, or a sling to hold the baby and use the hand that would have been holding the baby to hold the bottle. You still have the extra hand and you’re feeding your baby the safest way.

Rachel on

Andrew — having something other than a hand holding the bottle is the definition of “propping” the bottle. Regardless of whether or not you are holding your son. If you do not have your hand on the bottle then you lose the ability to slow the flow, tilt the bottle at the proper angle so the child isn’t sucking air, and to know when/if the infant is attempting to push the bottle from his or her mouth. I’m not saying that feeding isn’t chaotic for a lot of families… especially those with multiples. I work in an infant room where there are two of us (adults) to often 10 infants. We never do anything but hold the bottle for the baby and somehow we manage to do that for every single baby in the room. It’s possible. My suggestion for parents who say they just need that one “extra hand” while bottle feeding would be to use a nursing pillow or boppy pillow to prop the baby (not the bottle) on their lap, or a sling to hold the baby and use the hand that would have been holding the baby to hold the bottle. You still have the extra hand and you’re feeding your baby the safest way.

Dena on

I think that this is a great product for when I need a free hand while feeding my baby. I ALWAYS carry and bond with him but need to use my right hand, on occasion, while feeding him and that is where bottlesnugglers is GREAT!

Dena on

I think that this is a great product for when I need a free hand while feeding my baby. I ALWAYS carry and bond with him but need to use my right hand, on occasion, while feeding him and that is where bottlesnugglers is GREAT!

Shelley on

I don’t see what the big deal is at all. I realize some of the harpier moms seem to think you should hold the bottle the entire time for every single feeding and maybe this is realistic for you, but as a mom of two that works full-time as a transcriptionist from the home, I definitely could have used this product when my boys were infants. I propped my kids’ bottles up with blankets sometimes (not frequently but when was necessary) when they were in the car, when I had chores to do or when I needed get some work done. I hardly think that makes me an unqualified parent, or as one poster put it, “lazy”. At 2 and 5 they seem to have come out of it just fine, thank you.

Shelley on

I don’t see what the big deal is at all. I realize some of the harpier moms seem to think you should hold the bottle the entire time for every single feeding and maybe this is realistic for you, but as a mom of two that works full-time as a transcriptionist from the home, I definitely could have used this product when my boys were infants. I propped my kids’ bottles up with blankets sometimes (not frequently but when was necessary) when they were in the car, when I had chores to do or when I needed get some work done. I hardly think that makes me an unqualified parent, or as one poster put it, “lazy”. At 2 and 5 they seem to have come out of it just fine, thank you.

Malinda on

If you don’t like it, DON’T BUY IT! But keep your comments to yourself! One year after a car accident and loss of my left arm, we were blessed with our first child. This little device was given to me by a friend at my shower and has been a great help to me care for my child on my own.

Malinda on

If you don’t like it, DON’T BUY IT! But keep your comments to yourself! One year after a car accident and loss of my left arm, we were blessed with our first child. This little device was given to me by a friend at my shower and has been a great help to me care for my child on my own.

Ann on

LOL at all the people that “Bottle Snugglers” or someone like them have sent over to pimp this stupid product. All I have to say is, you buy it, your problem – I hope your baby stays safe.

Ann on

LOL at all the people that “Bottle Snugglers” or someone like them have sent over to pimp this stupid product. All I have to say is, you buy it, your problem – I hope your baby stays safe.

Dee on

Parenting Fail you’re doing it right. :-P

Dee on

Parenting Fail you’re doing it right. :-P

texasmom3 on

Just another reason I’m glad that I nurse my babies!

I honestly never remember having these kinds of problems, and I had a 3yo and a 5yo at home with me 24/7 when my youngest was a newborn. Shoot, if I wore him in the sling, and latched him on, I had BOTH hands free! I could sit at the computer and type away, make lunch for my kids, shop, do whatever. And he was still skin-to-skin, snuggled up, hearing and feeling my heartbeat and respiration, often drifting to and from sleep, all cozy.

I have been nursing for 8 years. If I can make the time to breastfeed my babies on cue whenever they want or need to, day or night, – even if it’s – shock! – inconvenient – then I really have a hard time imagining someone who cannot prioritize taking a break out of their busy schedule to, y’know, hold a BOTTLE for their baby. You’re already sticking a fake rubber nipple into their mouth instead of the real deal, at least be willing to sacrifice 10-15 minutes of arm usage, jeez.

For multiples, I can sort of see it, though it’s still not something that I would gravitate toward. But it really should be considered a specialty product and not marketed to the masses.

texasmom3 on

Just another reason I’m glad that I nurse my babies!

I honestly never remember having these kinds of problems, and I had a 3yo and a 5yo at home with me 24/7 when my youngest was a newborn. Shoot, if I wore him in the sling, and latched him on, I had BOTH hands free! I could sit at the computer and type away, make lunch for my kids, shop, do whatever. And he was still skin-to-skin, snuggled up, hearing and feeling my heartbeat and respiration, often drifting to and from sleep, all cozy.

I have been nursing for 8 years. If I can make the time to breastfeed my babies on cue whenever they want or need to, day or night, – even if it’s – shock! – inconvenient – then I really have a hard time imagining someone who cannot prioritize taking a break out of their busy schedule to, y’know, hold a BOTTLE for their baby. You’re already sticking a fake rubber nipple into their mouth instead of the real deal, at least be willing to sacrifice 10-15 minutes of arm usage, jeez.

For multiples, I can sort of see it, though it’s still not something that I would gravitate toward. But it really should be considered a specialty product and not marketed to the masses.

Laura on

This has been such a Godsend to my friends with multiple children! I have given it as gifts to two friends and they both have multiple children. Both have expressed to me how useful this product has been when trying to meet the needs of so many at one time. Of course you never leave baby unattended. That’s a no brainer. As far as safety this product has been tested and would not be allowed on the market if it weren’t safe! Relax! We can’t do it all. Prop the bottle, answer the phone, come back to baby. It’s really simple if you just think about it.

Laura on

This has been such a Godsend to my friends with multiple children! I have given it as gifts to two friends and they both have multiple children. Both have expressed to me how useful this product has been when trying to meet the needs of so many at one time. Of course you never leave baby unattended. That’s a no brainer. As far as safety this product has been tested and would not be allowed on the market if it weren’t safe! Relax! We can’t do it all. Prop the bottle, answer the phone, come back to baby. It’s really simple if you just think about it.

ame on

I recieved these as a gift, I am a mother of three a four year old and four month old twins, my husband is on his third tour in Iraq, I am not a NEGLECTFUL mom but a busy one trying to do it alone while my husband serves his country. The bottle snuggler is not meant to be a constant bottle prop, but sometimes my twins want to be fed at the same time or my other child needs something. The bottle snuggler is meant to help parents who need another set of hands. Unless a cheap nanny and maid knock on my door, I praise the bottle snuggler, for those who are busy bashing the snuggler, please walk just a few steps in my shoes, before making a quick judgement that mothers who use this item are in some way negelcting or harming their babies.

ame on

I recieved these as a gift, I am a mother of three a four year old and four month old twins, my husband is on his third tour in Iraq, I am not a NEGLECTFUL mom but a busy one trying to do it alone while my husband serves his country. The bottle snuggler is not meant to be a constant bottle prop, but sometimes my twins want to be fed at the same time or my other child needs something. The bottle snuggler is meant to help parents who need another set of hands. Unless a cheap nanny and maid knock on my door, I praise the bottle snuggler, for those who are busy bashing the snuggler, please walk just a few steps in my shoes, before making a quick judgement that mothers who use this item are in some way negelcting or harming their babies.

Shawna on

The responses of all the people who think this is a good product just explains so, so much….

Shawna on

The responses of all the people who think this is a good product just explains so, so much….

Jody on

HOORAY for Bottle Snugglers!! As a mom of twins, these are a GOD SEND!!! Especially when on of those twins is special needs and requires a LOT more attention than the other during feeding and they want to eat at the SAME time. Super Woman I am not, although many days I feel like I would wear the title well! I have given these as gifts ever since I have discovered them and all of my new mom friends have loved them. What a fabulous solution to needing a 3rd hand on many days. Thank you, Bottle Snugglers and CBB for endorsing this amazing product.

Jody on

HOORAY for Bottle Snugglers!! As a mom of twins, these are a GOD SEND!!! Especially when on of those twins is special needs and requires a LOT more attention than the other during feeding and they want to eat at the SAME time. Super Woman I am not, although many days I feel like I would wear the title well! I have given these as gifts ever since I have discovered them and all of my new mom friends have loved them. What a fabulous solution to needing a 3rd hand on many days. Thank you, Bottle Snugglers and CBB for endorsing this amazing product.

NLT on

F = FAIL. Just, ugh. I don’t think I’ve ever propped a bottle; but then, I ama BFer. But, even with my nieces and nephews, I always took the time to hold the bottle while they were eating.

NLT on

F = FAIL. Just, ugh. I don’t think I’ve ever propped a bottle; but then, I ama BFer. But, even with my nieces and nephews, I always took the time to hold the bottle while they were eating.

Annie on

It sounds like a lot of the pro-bottle-feeder commentators are the same person commenting over and over again under different names. I’m sticking with my gut and saying a firm NO to this product, and I’m highly disappointed that Celebrity Baby Blog (which I’ve been reading for years) has promoted it.

Annie on

It sounds like a lot of the pro-bottle-feeder commentators are the same person commenting over and over again under different names. I’m sticking with my gut and saying a firm NO to this product, and I’m highly disappointed that Celebrity Baby Blog (which I’ve been reading for years) has promoted it.

Annie on

Huh. 3 people with different names all commented from the website celebritykids.com (a photog website). They are all pro-bottle feeders. Interesting…

Annie on

Huh. 3 people with different names all commented from the website celebritykids.com (a photog website). They are all pro-bottle feeders. Interesting…

JM on

one of the best comments so far was the one about not every parent being able bodied. no one has dared respond to that people were too quick to assume the worst. i agree leaving an infant on their own with this device would be highly irresponsible but then so would many things. the picture shows a mother WITH the baby. whilst i personally have no use for this product i would not demonise or make assumptions about parents who had bought this product until i actually SAW them leaving their child alone with it. from what i can tell, everyone here who has said that they own this product say that they use it when they are WITH their child. so again, no reason to assume the worst and yes for people without the full use of their limbs i could imagine that this would be very useful.

JM on

one of the best comments so far was the one about not every parent being able bodied. no one has dared respond to that people were too quick to assume the worst. i agree leaving an infant on their own with this device would be highly irresponsible but then so would many things. the picture shows a mother WITH the baby. whilst i personally have no use for this product i would not demonise or make assumptions about parents who had bought this product until i actually SAW them leaving their child alone with it. from what i can tell, everyone here who has said that they own this product say that they use it when they are WITH their child. so again, no reason to assume the worst and yes for people without the full use of their limbs i could imagine that this would be very useful.

Erika on

I think this is cute! I don’t have kids (not for a long time) but I think it’s a nice decoration, and a cute toy. It probably wouldn’t be smart to use it to feed the baby alone, but if you are holding the bottle it’s a cute thing for the baby to look at.

Erika on

I think this is cute! I don’t have kids (not for a long time) but I think it’s a nice decoration, and a cute toy. It probably wouldn’t be smart to use it to feed the baby alone, but if you are holding the bottle it’s a cute thing for the baby to look at.

jessie on

I don’t see why some of you are attacking cbb for posting products, whether it’s this or a car seat etc… If you don’t want to use it then don’t!

jessie on

I don’t see why some of you are attacking cbb for posting products, whether it’s this or a car seat etc… If you don’t want to use it then don’t!

Moore on

The evils of bottle propping. I doubt this product was created for mothers who simply wanted to put their kid away somewhere to eat while they do other things. If anything its for those random feedings (where the child is old enough to push a bottle out of their mouth) needs to be fed and mom has too much going on or perhaps another child or two in her arms.
Judging from the pic though this is looks nothing more like a combination of a stuffed animal and a bottle. Mom is right there feeding her baby and her baby, I’m sure, is entertained by the lovy on their bottle. Mom is hands free and baby is well guarded. I see no problems here and if I did I just wouldn’t buy it.

Moore on

The evils of bottle propping. I doubt this product was created for mothers who simply wanted to put their kid away somewhere to eat while they do other things. If anything its for those random feedings (where the child is old enough to push a bottle out of their mouth) needs to be fed and mom has too much going on or perhaps another child or two in her arms.
Judging from the pic though this is looks nothing more like a combination of a stuffed animal and a bottle. Mom is right there feeding her baby and her baby, I’m sure, is entertained by the lovy on their bottle. Mom is hands free and baby is well guarded. I see no problems here and if I did I just wouldn’t buy it.

graciesmom on

Texasmom3, your comment is very condescending towards those who choose to bottle feed their children. You do what’s best for your children and others do what’s best for theirs. It doesn’t mean anyone’s less of a parent.

graciesmom on

Texasmom3, your comment is very condescending towards those who choose to bottle feed their children. You do what’s best for your children and others do what’s best for theirs. It doesn’t mean anyone’s less of a parent.

MJ on

My sister has lupus and has had several strokes. As a result, she doesn’t have full function of her left hand and has a bit of trouble holding my niece and the bottle. I’m definitely going to get this for her because I’d rather her focus on holding my cutie pie niece securely. I know she hates that she needs assistance with some things and now this will be one more thing she can do independently!! Some of you mamas are ridiculously judgmental! Why??? If it’s not for you, then it’s not for you!! I work in a pediatric ICU and I have NEVER seen a baby come in with injuries resulting from having a bottle propped up!!

MJ on

My sister has lupus and has had several strokes. As a result, she doesn’t have full function of her left hand and has a bit of trouble holding my niece and the bottle. I’m definitely going to get this for her because I’d rather her focus on holding my cutie pie niece securely. I know she hates that she needs assistance with some things and now this will be one more thing she can do independently!! Some of you mamas are ridiculously judgmental! Why??? If it’s not for you, then it’s not for you!! I work in a pediatric ICU and I have NEVER seen a baby come in with injuries resulting from having a bottle propped up!!

Courtney on

I have to say I had this and LOVED it. WHen my daughter was 17 days old I fell and badly injured my left arm. I could not use it. Soo I was able to hold her in my right while my husband got me situated. It was WONDERFUL to still be able to jsut hold her and feed her. We also had a barely 2 year old and a 15 month old at home. And during the same time I owned my own business working 70-80 hours a week. I would hardly call myself lazy. Leave it to the sancti-mommies out there to make others feel like crap!

Courtney on

I have to say I had this and LOVED it. WHen my daughter was 17 days old I fell and badly injured my left arm. I could not use it. Soo I was able to hold her in my right while my husband got me situated. It was WONDERFUL to still be able to jsut hold her and feed her. We also had a barely 2 year old and a 15 month old at home. And during the same time I owned my own business working 70-80 hours a week. I would hardly call myself lazy. Leave it to the sancti-mommies out there to make others feel like crap!

Keltie on

Wow! I wonder how mothers who breastfeed exclusively (no bottles) get ANYTHING done.

I think a product similar to this was actually taken off market or ordered to stop accepting orders.

Keltie on

Wow! I wonder how mothers who breastfeed exclusively (no bottles) get ANYTHING done.

I think a product similar to this was actually taken off market or ordered to stop accepting orders.

ame on

This is to texasmom3, you should be ashamed of yourself for assuming that the rest of us are bad mothers because we do not breast feed in the sling and have two free hands. However a woman chooses to feed her child is none of your business. For your information I did not produce enough milk for my twins and I do use the bottle snuggler, when my twins are hungry at the same time it helps or do you think I should allow my child to scream hungry until I can bottle feed in my arms? like I said in my earlier post, walk a few steps in my shoes, are you fortunate enough to have your husband at home. Well I am not he is in Iraq protecting your right to freedom

ame on

This is to texasmom3, you should be ashamed of yourself for assuming that the rest of us are bad mothers because we do not breast feed in the sling and have two free hands. However a woman chooses to feed her child is none of your business. For your information I did not produce enough milk for my twins and I do use the bottle snuggler, when my twins are hungry at the same time it helps or do you think I should allow my child to scream hungry until I can bottle feed in my arms? like I said in my earlier post, walk a few steps in my shoes, are you fortunate enough to have your husband at home. Well I am not he is in Iraq protecting your right to freedom

Chris on

Some of you are extremely condescending while others sure do like to toot your own horns. With all due respect, please get over yourselves.

There will always be misuse of any product. I’m sure CBB isn’t encouraging people to use this particular product unsupervised. It seems like this would make a great shower gift. I don’t see the problem.

Chris on

Some of you are extremely condescending while others sure do like to toot your own horns. With all due respect, please get over yourselves.

There will always be misuse of any product. I’m sure CBB isn’t encouraging people to use this particular product unsupervised. It seems like this would make a great shower gift. I don’t see the problem.

Rebecca on

I’m shocked that CBB reviewed this. An $80 cardboard rocket is one thing, but this is shocking. Yes, there are special circumstances, but for the most part, people don’t need this.

Rebecca on

I’m shocked that CBB reviewed this. An $80 cardboard rocket is one thing, but this is shocking. Yes, there are special circumstances, but for the most part, people don’t need this.

Jeff on

Lets breast feed all of the children and keep those fathers from bonding with their children. Thanks ladies for your high and righteous moral standards. Lets sit round our laptops and continue to think about how we are all different instead of pausing just long enought to realize that we are all in this together. There is no “us” and “them”. Just “We”.

Jeff on

Lets breast feed all of the children and keep those fathers from bonding with their children. Thanks ladies for your high and righteous moral standards. Lets sit round our laptops and continue to think about how we are all different instead of pausing just long enought to realize that we are all in this together. There is no “us” and “them”. Just “We”.

Rebecca on

Oh, and to those that asked if CBB was paid for the review, OF COURSE THEY WERE!

Rebecca on

Oh, and to those that asked if CBB was paid for the review, OF COURSE THEY WERE!

Liliana on

To judge others so harshly before anyone is aware of the circumstances is foolish.

Despite nursing my sons, I worked full time so could never do so exclusively. Regardless, whatever means a person chooses to feed his or her children should not be the basis regarding whether or not an individual is a good parent.

If such a product is used without the supervision of an adult, it can, like anything, be dangerous. As most comments from individuals who are familiar with the item have said, they don’t use it alone as a means to feed their child nor do they do so because of sheer laziness.

Parenting is difficult enough without mindless criticisms from uninvolved parties. As long as a parent does what’s best for his or her child, that’s the only information that should be taken into account.

Liliana on

To judge others so harshly before anyone is aware of the circumstances is foolish.

Despite nursing my sons, I worked full time so could never do so exclusively. Regardless, whatever means a person chooses to feed his or her children should not be the basis regarding whether or not an individual is a good parent.

If such a product is used without the supervision of an adult, it can, like anything, be dangerous. As most comments from individuals who are familiar with the item have said, they don’t use it alone as a means to feed their child nor do they do so because of sheer laziness.

Parenting is difficult enough without mindless criticisms from uninvolved parties. As long as a parent does what’s best for his or her child, that’s the only information that should be taken into account.

Elizabeth on

Ok I am sure some people may need this but I have to admit my first thought was seriously?! you are too important and busy to take the time to hold your babies bottle when they are eating?

Elizabeth on

Ok I am sure some people may need this but I have to admit my first thought was seriously?! you are too important and busy to take the time to hold your babies bottle when they are eating?

Jody on

Boy…before you know it…this will be the great debate over stay-at-home mom’s vs. working mom’s or breast feeding mom’s vs. formula. Enough already!! I breast fed my twins for 6 months before they had one ounce of formula. But there were times that the FAKE NIPPLE with the breast milk in it was what my husband used in those middle of the night feedings as he was bonding with one of our girls. I honestly can’t believe some of you are being so rude and slamming such an innocent product that you have NEVER EVEN TRIED. You shouldn’t be able to “review” or give your opinion if you haven’t experienced it yourself. Because those of us who have love it. I, for one, am logging off this site and not coming back on. I don’t need the negativity in my life. Think “HAPPY” thoughts!!

Jody on

Boy…before you know it…this will be the great debate over stay-at-home mom’s vs. working mom’s or breast feeding mom’s vs. formula. Enough already!! I breast fed my twins for 6 months before they had one ounce of formula. But there were times that the FAKE NIPPLE with the breast milk in it was what my husband used in those middle of the night feedings as he was bonding with one of our girls. I honestly can’t believe some of you are being so rude and slamming such an innocent product that you have NEVER EVEN TRIED. You shouldn’t be able to “review” or give your opinion if you haven’t experienced it yourself. Because those of us who have love it. I, for one, am logging off this site and not coming back on. I don’t need the negativity in my life. Think “HAPPY” thoughts!!

Cathy Jane on

CBB…really? This isn’t a review. This is an advertisement. Regardless of whether or not this is a “safe” product, this blurb belongs in your add space. Not in the posting space. If you had reviewed it, that’d be a different story.

Cathy Jane on

CBB…really? This isn’t a review. This is an advertisement. Regardless of whether or not this is a “safe” product, this blurb belongs in your add space. Not in the posting space. If you had reviewed it, that’d be a different story.

ame on

to those bottle snuggler bashers, maybe its not the product that is harmful maybe its the parent using it that has decided to be neglectful, if you have never used it, then shut your mouth you have no right to judge

ame on

to those bottle snuggler bashers, maybe its not the product that is harmful maybe its the parent using it that has decided to be neglectful, if you have never used it, then shut your mouth you have no right to judge

ame on

Gee Elizabeth I know I am not too important to hold my child’s bottle, but with twins, a four year old, and a husband in Iraq, go figure I find myself a little busy at times and need the snuggler to help feed

ame on

Gee Elizabeth I know I am not too important to hold my child’s bottle, but with twins, a four year old, and a husband in Iraq, go figure I find myself a little busy at times and need the snuggler to help feed

mrsh on

Wow! This got really nasty! There are definitely good reasons to use this product. I, being able-bodied with one child, don’t need or want it. Could it be misused? Of course, but almost anything can. Texasmom3, you were, by far, the rudest person on here. I don’t understand self-riteous breastfeeders like you. You’re not going to win any “converts” like that, so I guess you fo it in order to make bottle-feeders feel bad. I hope that it brings you happiness, because to stoop do low, you must not have much.

mrsh on

Wow! This got really nasty! There are definitely good reasons to use this product. I, being able-bodied with one child, don’t need or want it. Could it be misused? Of course, but almost anything can. Texasmom3, you were, by far, the rudest person on here. I don’t understand self-riteous breastfeeders like you. You’re not going to win any “converts” like that, so I guess you fo it in order to make bottle-feeders feel bad. I hope that it brings you happiness, because to stoop do low, you must not have much.

mrsh on

Oh and ame, good for you! You do what you have to do. I have friends who are military wives, and they amaze me with their sacrifice! I, for one, don’t know how you do it. Especially with children! Don’t let the haters get to you :-)

mrsh on

Oh and ame, good for you! You do what you have to do. I have friends who are military wives, and they amaze me with their sacrifice! I, for one, don’t know how you do it. Especially with children! Don’t let the haters get to you :-)

Rebecca on

Jeff, there are other ways to bond with your baby other than feeding a bottle.

Rebecca on

Jeff, there are other ways to bond with your baby other than feeding a bottle.

Marla on

people can and will disagree and judge all they want. right or wrong, it’s sort of the nature of the internet.

the fact of the matter is that propping a bottle doesn’t make you lazy or a bad parent. however, as i mentioned earlier, it is a GENERALLY a bad idea (missing limbs, disabilities and multiples aside). this is not just my opinion. the AAP discourages it b/c it contributes to ear infections, cavities, and the aspiration of milk/formula in young babies in particular. will your baby be ok if you do it? most likely. are you a horrible parent if you use this or prop a bottle? of course not.

the bottom line in parenting is that you do what you have to do, based on what you’ve researched, what your baby’s doctor says, and what fits into your family dynamic.

of slight concern to me is that this is a product that is promoting something that does carry risks. are they significant enough for you? i can’t answer that. but it is ok for people to bring them up, no?

Marla on

people can and will disagree and judge all they want. right or wrong, it’s sort of the nature of the internet.

the fact of the matter is that propping a bottle doesn’t make you lazy or a bad parent. however, as i mentioned earlier, it is a GENERALLY a bad idea (missing limbs, disabilities and multiples aside). this is not just my opinion. the AAP discourages it b/c it contributes to ear infections, cavities, and the aspiration of milk/formula in young babies in particular. will your baby be ok if you do it? most likely. are you a horrible parent if you use this or prop a bottle? of course not.

the bottom line in parenting is that you do what you have to do, based on what you’ve researched, what your baby’s doctor says, and what fits into your family dynamic.

of slight concern to me is that this is a product that is promoting something that does carry risks. are they significant enough for you? i can’t answer that. but it is ok for people to bring them up, no?

ljc on

To all of you complaining about CBB posting this product and so called “selling out”…no one is forcing you to read this website. Get over yourselves. Each parent has the right to choose how they will raise their child. Last time I checked there were no laws against bottle holders. And while I was checking on that I also noticed that CBB has the right to inform ALL types of parents of products that are out there. So if you don’t like it, then don’t use it…but it could come in handy for another parent out there.

ljc on

To all of you complaining about CBB posting this product and so called “selling out”…no one is forcing you to read this website. Get over yourselves. Each parent has the right to choose how they will raise their child. Last time I checked there were no laws against bottle holders. And while I was checking on that I also noticed that CBB has the right to inform ALL types of parents of products that are out there. So if you don’t like it, then don’t use it…but it could come in handy for another parent out there.

Erika on

ame- I don’t have children but I agree with you. If someone if leaving their child unattended for an hour with the bottlesnuggler, than that may be a problem. If you don’t have a free arm but are sitting with them, or get up for a second to get something (provided they can’t get hurt wherever they are) I don’t see a problem. I am also amazed by the sacrifices military families have to make for our freedom and so thankful to them for doing so for our country. I think you have to do what you have to do, and nobody should be judging you!

Erika on

ame- I don’t have children but I agree with you. If someone if leaving their child unattended for an hour with the bottlesnuggler, than that may be a problem. If you don’t have a free arm but are sitting with them, or get up for a second to get something (provided they can’t get hurt wherever they are) I don’t see a problem. I am also amazed by the sacrifices military families have to make for our freedom and so thankful to them for doing so for our country. I think you have to do what you have to do, and nobody should be judging you!

Rachel on

The problem is not with people voicing their opinions. The problem lies in individuals either, voicing their opinions in a nasty manner and those who take honest opinions and advice as criticism of their parenting styles.

In the beginning of these comments it was pointed out by several commenters (myself included) in a very nondegrading manner, that this product could be considered unsafe and is considered bottle propping. Which it is. I, personally took the time to state why, as listed by experts, the AAP included, it can be unsafe. I never called anyone names or insisted that any of you were lazy or neglectful parent. Yes I am sure there are many of you who use this product and use it in a manner that is safe (while holding the baby and under close supervision), however, there will be just as many who will put their baby to bed with it, use it in the backseat of a car, leave the baby in a separate room, etc… etc…

Now I personally visited the website for this product and NOWHERE can I find where it suggests that the product is not intended for bottle propping. Nor where it lists the dangers of bottle propping. Nor where it suggests only using the product under supervision. If anyone can find on the site where it does mention any of those things, please point me in that direction.

For those who suffer from medical conditions/problems that make bottle feeding difficult, I would suggest something more along the lines of the podee feeding system (the nipple has a tube that goes between it and the bottle) and therefore the baby can be fed in a more upright position to avoid choking and the flow of liquid stops when the sucking stops so there’s no pooling of or dripping of liquid into the mouth. Also you don’t have the heavy weight of the bottle they can’t spit out.

There are other similar products that get rid of some of the dangers of propping bottles.

Rachel on

The problem is not with people voicing their opinions. The problem lies in individuals either, voicing their opinions in a nasty manner and those who take honest opinions and advice as criticism of their parenting styles.

In the beginning of these comments it was pointed out by several commenters (myself included) in a very nondegrading manner, that this product could be considered unsafe and is considered bottle propping. Which it is. I, personally took the time to state why, as listed by experts, the AAP included, it can be unsafe. I never called anyone names or insisted that any of you were lazy or neglectful parent. Yes I am sure there are many of you who use this product and use it in a manner that is safe (while holding the baby and under close supervision), however, there will be just as many who will put their baby to bed with it, use it in the backseat of a car, leave the baby in a separate room, etc… etc…

Now I personally visited the website for this product and NOWHERE can I find where it suggests that the product is not intended for bottle propping. Nor where it lists the dangers of bottle propping. Nor where it suggests only using the product under supervision. If anyone can find on the site where it does mention any of those things, please point me in that direction.

For those who suffer from medical conditions/problems that make bottle feeding difficult, I would suggest something more along the lines of the podee feeding system (the nipple has a tube that goes between it and the bottle) and therefore the baby can be fed in a more upright position to avoid choking and the flow of liquid stops when the sucking stops so there’s no pooling of or dripping of liquid into the mouth. Also you don’t have the heavy weight of the bottle they can’t spit out.

There are other similar products that get rid of some of the dangers of propping bottles.

yvonne on

I plan to purchase this as a gift for a girlfriend who’s baby wakes up several times a night…I think it will definatley lend a helping hand for those round the clock feedings.

yvonne on

I plan to purchase this as a gift for a girlfriend who’s baby wakes up several times a night…I think it will definatley lend a helping hand for those round the clock feedings.

fuzibuni on

Marla pretty much said just what I was going to.

I wonder, did the People magazine folks not consider the health of babies when they accepted the advertising money for this product? There are thousands of other products they could have showcased instead. Next thing you know they will be telling us about some great new formula that is wonderful for bottle feeding infants.

Also, it’s so obvious that many of the pro-Baby Snugglers comments are from the same people. It looks like they came running over to defend their lame product when they realized that most people were against it. So transparent folks.

I realize that some people are not able bodied and need assistance with feeding their children… but most can feed their babies without this potentially dangerous and unhealthy gimmick.

And if the reason you like this product is because you don’t have the time to hold your baby while feeding them, you might want to re-prioritize your life.

fuzibuni on

Marla pretty much said just what I was going to.

I wonder, did the People magazine folks not consider the health of babies when they accepted the advertising money for this product? There are thousands of other products they could have showcased instead. Next thing you know they will be telling us about some great new formula that is wonderful for bottle feeding infants.

Also, it’s so obvious that many of the pro-Baby Snugglers comments are from the same people. It looks like they came running over to defend their lame product when they realized that most people were against it. So transparent folks.

I realize that some people are not able bodied and need assistance with feeding their children… but most can feed their babies without this potentially dangerous and unhealthy gimmick.

And if the reason you like this product is because you don’t have the time to hold your baby while feeding them, you might want to re-prioritize your life.

J on

Mrsh, LOL! It’s ok it takes time and some practice. You can do it! ;)

J on

Mrsh, LOL! It’s ok it takes time and some practice. You can do it! ;)

MJ on

Then you didn’t look too hard, check #2 http://www.bottlesnugglers.com/faqs.php

MJ on

Then you didn’t look too hard, check #2 http://www.bottlesnugglers.com/faqs.php

Rachel on

Thank you MJ, I did look, honestly, I just missed it. That’s why I asked. They still do not mention the other safety issues with bottle propping even if you’re holding the child though.

Rachel on

Thank you MJ, I did look, honestly, I just missed it. That’s why I asked. They still do not mention the other safety issues with bottle propping even if you’re holding the child though.

MontanaMomma on

WARNING: don’t read this if you don’t have an open mind and/or already have your mind made up about the world and/or don’t want to bother with a lot of words.

I miss the old Celebrity Baby Blog. Daniele, the founder of this website, would never have endorsed or advertised such a product. Never.

What has happened to primal parenting? It’s time to evaluate our lifestyle choices in this modern world. If we can’t be fully present for our children, maybe we need to evaluate what is really important. Is it our children or a big house? Is it our children or a new car? Is it our children or a high-power career? Is it our children or a new flat-screen television? Is it our children or vacations to Europe? Is it our children or typing on the laptop, while talking on our iPhone, while texting our bff, while drinking Starbucks lattes? Is it our children or living hundreds or thousands of miles away from family (extended family has been paramount in successfully raising children since the dawn of humanity). The questions go on and on.

What we (or the media) have told ourselves is freedom is actually enslaving us and cheating our children. When are our children going to be first? Our children are everything. They are our future, our best insurance policy, our caregivers when we are old, caretakers of the planet, and our democracy.

In the last century we have strayed so far from the way our ancestors lived for thousands of years. Life flowed and functioned pretty well, baring a few exceptions, during that time. And now we have imminent planetary destruction, the breakdown of morality in society, major cultural dysfunction, increasing violent crime, and the list goes on and on. Do people often stop to think, is this really a good idea? Are the benefits outweighing the detriments? Or are people just trying to get through the day and as a result, not giving their choices much thought?

I don’t think this product alone is the cause of the breakdown of society, but there are way too many devices on the market designed to make life easier and they are ultimately separating us from our offspring, physically and as a result, emotionally, spiritually, intuitively, etc. etc…

If you think this product is bad, check out this one…oh my, do we really even need mother or father anymore?

http://www.bottlesling.com/

MontanaMomma on

WARNING: don’t read this if you don’t have an open mind and/or already have your mind made up about the world and/or don’t want to bother with a lot of words.

I miss the old Celebrity Baby Blog. Daniele, the founder of this website, would never have endorsed or advertised such a product. Never.

What has happened to primal parenting? It’s time to evaluate our lifestyle choices in this modern world. If we can’t be fully present for our children, maybe we need to evaluate what is really important. Is it our children or a big house? Is it our children or a new car? Is it our children or a high-power career? Is it our children or a new flat-screen television? Is it our children or vacations to Europe? Is it our children or typing on the laptop, while talking on our iPhone, while texting our bff, while drinking Starbucks lattes? Is it our children or living hundreds or thousands of miles away from family (extended family has been paramount in successfully raising children since the dawn of humanity). The questions go on and on.

What we (or the media) have told ourselves is freedom is actually enslaving us and cheating our children. When are our children going to be first? Our children are everything. They are our future, our best insurance policy, our caregivers when we are old, caretakers of the planet, and our democracy.

In the last century we have strayed so far from the way our ancestors lived for thousands of years. Life flowed and functioned pretty well, baring a few exceptions, during that time. And now we have imminent planetary destruction, the breakdown of morality in society, major cultural dysfunction, increasing violent crime, and the list goes on and on. Do people often stop to think, is this really a good idea? Are the benefits outweighing the detriments? Or are people just trying to get through the day and as a result, not giving their choices much thought?

I don’t think this product alone is the cause of the breakdown of society, but there are way too many devices on the market designed to make life easier and they are ultimately separating us from our offspring, physically and as a result, emotionally, spiritually, intuitively, etc. etc…

If you think this product is bad, check out this one…oh my, do we really even need mother or father anymore?

http://www.bottlesling.com/

Anne on

I have gifted the bottle snuggler to a friend with twins and she swears by it!! Total hit!

Anne on

I have gifted the bottle snuggler to a friend with twins and she swears by it!! Total hit!

Kristin on

MJ, yes, they do say that, but the home page also has two pictures of babies in car seats with the bottles propped up. So they’re not even taking their own advice.

Kristin on

MJ, yes, they do say that, but the home page also has two pictures of babies in car seats with the bottles propped up. So they’re not even taking their own advice.

Kristin on

Sorry, they’re strollers, not car seats. Still, same thing.

Kristin on

Sorry, they’re strollers, not car seats. Still, same thing.

hayley fedup2thebackteeth on

any one turning this into a breat/bottle debate needs to get a grip, for goodness saKE WOMAN HAVE BEEN BOTTLE FEEDING FOR YEARS and their babies are just as good as yours.
just because you breastfeed means NOTHING if the child doesn’t have a healthy lifestyle….

bottle feeding in not lazy! as i have pointed out before i’m a midwife ans i refuse to judge a woman as less of a mother because she can’t/won’t breatfeed its still her body.

reading these nasty things its a wonder mother ever talk to each other when all that goes on is childish playground behaviors.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1231263/I-hate-mumsnet-Why-mum-thinks-parenting-website-smug-patronising-vicious.html

please read this article i could not have written it better my self

hayley fedup2thebackteeth on

any one turning this into a breat/bottle debate needs to get a grip, for goodness saKE WOMAN HAVE BEEN BOTTLE FEEDING FOR YEARS and their babies are just as good as yours.
just because you breastfeed means NOTHING if the child doesn’t have a healthy lifestyle….

bottle feeding in not lazy! as i have pointed out before i’m a midwife ans i refuse to judge a woman as less of a mother because she can’t/won’t breatfeed its still her body.

reading these nasty things its a wonder mother ever talk to each other when all that goes on is childish playground behaviors.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-1231263/I-hate-mumsnet-Why-mum-thinks-parenting-website-smug-patronising-vicious.html

please read this article i could not have written it better my self

Jen on

Rebecca, there are other ways to bond with your baby other than breastfeeding.

Jen on

Rebecca, there are other ways to bond with your baby other than breastfeeding.

mrsh on

hayley fedup2thebackteeth – It’s funny that you should say, “it’s amazing mothers even talk to each other” because my mother suggested I take my daughter to Mommy & Me classes when she gets a bit older, and my only concern was that I might be expected to talk to the other mothers! Haha! That’s not a good sign for the way I expect to be treated, is it?

mrsh on

hayley fedup2thebackteeth – It’s funny that you should say, “it’s amazing mothers even talk to each other” because my mother suggested I take my daughter to Mommy & Me classes when she gets a bit older, and my only concern was that I might be expected to talk to the other mothers! Haha! That’s not a good sign for the way I expect to be treated, is it?

Allison on

My goodness there are so many judgmental moms on this site! After breastfeeding my first child I decided with my second that I would only bottle feed. I am so happy with my decision. It allows me the life that I want to live while still being a full time stay at home mom to my 2 kids. I can go have dinner or a drink with friends on a whim and not have to worry about pumping, other people can feed my baby and I can have some one on one time with my son and some alone time for myself!My husband also takes 2 full nights a week to wake up with her so that I can have a full nights rest. Personally this makes me happy and a better mom at the end of the day.

Allison on

My goodness there are so many judgmental moms on this site! After breastfeeding my first child I decided with my second that I would only bottle feed. I am so happy with my decision. It allows me the life that I want to live while still being a full time stay at home mom to my 2 kids. I can go have dinner or a drink with friends on a whim and not have to worry about pumping, other people can feed my baby and I can have some one on one time with my son and some alone time for myself!My husband also takes 2 full nights a week to wake up with her so that I can have a full nights rest. Personally this makes me happy and a better mom at the end of the day.

Rebecca on

Jen, yes, there are other ways to bond with a baby other than breastfeeding. I should have said there are other ways to bond with a baby other than FEEDING, no lines drawn between breast and bottle. There’s giving baby a bath, changing their diaper, playing with them, snuggling, kangaroo carrying them, talking to them, etc. Feeding doesn’t have to be the end all be all of bonding.

Rebecca on

Jen, yes, there are other ways to bond with a baby other than breastfeeding. I should have said there are other ways to bond with a baby other than FEEDING, no lines drawn between breast and bottle. There’s giving baby a bath, changing their diaper, playing with them, snuggling, kangaroo carrying them, talking to them, etc. Feeding doesn’t have to be the end all be all of bonding.

Elby on

I’ve raised two sets of twins successfully to the ages of 3 years and 18 months without the need for a bear to hold a bottle for me. Both sets were breastfed but I also pumped so I could get help from friends/family especially when the boys came along. Obviously if I was feeding the kids I just plugged them both in but if my husband was doing it on his own he’d prop both up on loads of cushions on our bed then hold both the bottles, that way he could feel if they were finished, stop them taking air etc and he’s certainly never had any problems bonding with our kids. He could still make eye contact, chat with them etc. And if one of the girls was demanding something then they just had to wait or get it themselves.
I don’t judge anyone for the choices they make with their kids because we all have to do what works for us and our families but I would advise against using something to prop a bottle purely because of the risks inherent with it.
But I would take anything the Daily Mail says with a pinch of salt Jen

Elby on

I’ve raised two sets of twins successfully to the ages of 3 years and 18 months without the need for a bear to hold a bottle for me. Both sets were breastfed but I also pumped so I could get help from friends/family especially when the boys came along. Obviously if I was feeding the kids I just plugged them both in but if my husband was doing it on his own he’d prop both up on loads of cushions on our bed then hold both the bottles, that way he could feel if they were finished, stop them taking air etc and he’s certainly never had any problems bonding with our kids. He could still make eye contact, chat with them etc. And if one of the girls was demanding something then they just had to wait or get it themselves.
I don’t judge anyone for the choices they make with their kids because we all have to do what works for us and our families but I would advise against using something to prop a bottle purely because of the risks inherent with it.
But I would take anything the Daily Mail says with a pinch of salt Jen

momof3isb on

I just want to say that I am a mother of three and used this product with my youngest two. I still held my child and bonded but it allowed me to be able to help my other children too as I was trying to fix a toy or open fruit snacks for them. My other kids loved to help hold the bottle when it was in the bottlesnuggler too which helped them bond with their brother and sister. They would run and get it when it was was bottle feeding time. I breast fed one of my children as well and have the same bond with all three of my kids.

momof3isb on

I just want to say that I am a mother of three and used this product with my youngest two. I still held my child and bonded but it allowed me to be able to help my other children too as I was trying to fix a toy or open fruit snacks for them. My other kids loved to help hold the bottle when it was in the bottlesnuggler too which helped them bond with their brother and sister. They would run and get it when it was was bottle feeding time. I breast fed one of my children as well and have the same bond with all three of my kids.

Anon on

MontanaMomma–I miss the old CBB, too! Ever since People took over it, it’s become so commercialized. I hate that. I know I make the choice to come back here, and I do it because I enjoy learning about celebrity babies. (And yes, I do skip over the rest of the posts!)

I miss Danielle too!

Anon on

MontanaMomma–I miss the old CBB, too! Ever since People took over it, it’s become so commercialized. I hate that. I know I make the choice to come back here, and I do it because I enjoy learning about celebrity babies. (And yes, I do skip over the rest of the posts!)

I miss Danielle too!

ame on

Here I go again, seriously can we stop with the its harmful to prop a bottle, I will never leave my child unattended or in the crib with a bottle, go figure I do have common sense, but I need help and the bottle snuggler works for me, As all you snuggler bashers gasp, i used it this morning, I was pushing the double stroller with my twins and pulling the grocery cart behind me and for all you bashers how many hands does that leave me to feed with, count them NONE, although I try to run errands in between feedings, I am not going to tell my four month olds to wait. The bottle snuggler was used while my daughter was in her car seat in the stroller. Imagine that, she is perfectly fine, but then again I am the bad mom who props the bottle. If you can bring my husband home from iraq or provide me with a third arm for my three kids then please do it, if not then the two bashers who keep using alias’ to post can quit now.

ame on

Here I go again, seriously can we stop with the its harmful to prop a bottle, I will never leave my child unattended or in the crib with a bottle, go figure I do have common sense, but I need help and the bottle snuggler works for me, As all you snuggler bashers gasp, i used it this morning, I was pushing the double stroller with my twins and pulling the grocery cart behind me and for all you bashers how many hands does that leave me to feed with, count them NONE, although I try to run errands in between feedings, I am not going to tell my four month olds to wait. The bottle snuggler was used while my daughter was in her car seat in the stroller. Imagine that, she is perfectly fine, but then again I am the bad mom who props the bottle. If you can bring my husband home from iraq or provide me with a third arm for my three kids then please do it, if not then the two bashers who keep using alias’ to post can quit now.

ame on

Reading these posts it has occurred to me that the bashers have not read the bottle snugglers website very well, on the What are they page, How to use page, and the FAQ page, it CLEARLY states that babies should not be left unattended as choking can occur, it also says that the snuggler is to be used as a helping tool while you hold and feed the baby and not to be used with every feeding, so PLEASE before you criticize this product, read the website carefully, evrything is stated very clearly, so those that say otherwise just wanted to jump on the every other mother but me is neglectful, unfortunately see where your assumptions got you, NOWHERE

ame on

Reading these posts it has occurred to me that the bashers have not read the bottle snugglers website very well, on the What are they page, How to use page, and the FAQ page, it CLEARLY states that babies should not be left unattended as choking can occur, it also says that the snuggler is to be used as a helping tool while you hold and feed the baby and not to be used with every feeding, so PLEASE before you criticize this product, read the website carefully, evrything is stated very clearly, so those that say otherwise just wanted to jump on the every other mother but me is neglectful, unfortunately see where your assumptions got you, NOWHERE

Dana Esposito on

I bought this product for my niece and she loves it!

I wish someone would please tell me when lost our freedom to choose how we care for our babies. If I had listened to comments like these when my kids were born, I don’t think I’d would’ve ever be allowed to put my babies down. I have no doubt that I would’ve been harshly criticised for bottle feeding rather than breast feeding, and God forbid! I used a pacifier AND a baby swing! Do I agree that you should prop a bottle and leave your baby unattended? OF COURSE NOT! Common sense must dictate here, as in every other situation regarding child rearing.

Dana Esposito on

I bought this product for my niece and she loves it!

I wish someone would please tell me when lost our freedom to choose how we care for our babies. If I had listened to comments like these when my kids were born, I don’t think I’d would’ve ever be allowed to put my babies down. I have no doubt that I would’ve been harshly criticised for bottle feeding rather than breast feeding, and God forbid! I used a pacifier AND a baby swing! Do I agree that you should prop a bottle and leave your baby unattended? OF COURSE NOT! Common sense must dictate here, as in every other situation regarding child rearing.

Suzanne on

Women are awful to each other.
You may be all for what is “right” for children, but when you deal with each other, you tear each other to bits.
Nice example for the precious babies.

Suzanne on

Women are awful to each other.
You may be all for what is “right” for children, but when you deal with each other, you tear each other to bits.
Nice example for the precious babies.

ame on

I had one more thought, all these posts state how harmful propping the bottle is, the site does not advocate that, if a parent uses the snuggler incorrectly by propping bottle in bed or napping while the snuggler is being used, then the user is at fault not the snuggler itself, car seats are designed safe, but there are people who place them in the front seats with airbags despite the warnings, are we going to blame the makers of the car seats or the mothers who are harming their children by placing them incorrectly

ame on

I had one more thought, all these posts state how harmful propping the bottle is, the site does not advocate that, if a parent uses the snuggler incorrectly by propping bottle in bed or napping while the snuggler is being used, then the user is at fault not the snuggler itself, car seats are designed safe, but there are people who place them in the front seats with airbags despite the warnings, are we going to blame the makers of the car seats or the mothers who are harming their children by placing them incorrectly

TripletMama5 on

@MontanaMama

While I agree with you to an extent, SO MANY families aren’t working to get that “bigger house” or “bigger car.” My husband is a police officer and I am a teacher. We have triplets. I was a SAHM but we were in serious jeopardy of losing our fairly modest home. We both drive older cars. We work because we have to. Society is changing and we must learn to adapt with it.

TripletMama5 on

@MontanaMama

While I agree with you to an extent, SO MANY families aren’t working to get that “bigger house” or “bigger car.” My husband is a police officer and I am a teacher. We have triplets. I was a SAHM but we were in serious jeopardy of losing our fairly modest home. We both drive older cars. We work because we have to. Society is changing and we must learn to adapt with it.

Vanessa on

I have given this product to so many friends who love it! I have used it myself and think it’s fantastic – I recommend it as a baby shower gift to everyone I meet.

Babies eat every 3 hours! Isn’t it logical that moms would have something come up during one of those times during the day?

There are so many wonderful products that moms are inventing every day to help us – from new slings, to bottles, to nursing covers, etc. I think it’s a wonderful product.

Vanessa on

I have given this product to so many friends who love it! I have used it myself and think it’s fantastic – I recommend it as a baby shower gift to everyone I meet.

Babies eat every 3 hours! Isn’t it logical that moms would have something come up during one of those times during the day?

There are so many wonderful products that moms are inventing every day to help us – from new slings, to bottles, to nursing covers, etc. I think it’s a wonderful product.

michelle on

So much for women sticking together and supporitng each other. You are all just so hateful. Why? No mother is perfect and the one thing a new mom needs is support, not judgement. Women know better than anyone what other women face on a daily basis. We should be offering support and love not judgement and hate. Shame on you all.

michelle on

So much for women sticking together and supporitng each other. You are all just so hateful. Why? No mother is perfect and the one thing a new mom needs is support, not judgement. Women know better than anyone what other women face on a daily basis. We should be offering support and love not judgement and hate. Shame on you all.

brandy on

ok people get a grip bottle snugglers are meant to be a helpfull hand to parents that we all need from time to time. My son has one and loves it. He plays with the cow’s cruchy ears as he is feeding but i never leave him alone as it states on both the web site and the packages. this is a great idea for moms to get a little help bc we all know we need it sometimes. I gift these to everyone i know with children and they all love it too.

brandy on

ok people get a grip bottle snugglers are meant to be a helpfull hand to parents that we all need from time to time. My son has one and loves it. He plays with the cow’s cruchy ears as he is feeding but i never leave him alone as it states on both the web site and the packages. this is a great idea for moms to get a little help bc we all know we need it sometimes. I gift these to everyone i know with children and they all love it too.

N.S on

Wow, I haven’t commented on anything in a long time – I’ve been browsing a lot- but WOAH.

I took a double take when I saw this.

CBB – you sold out.

You put aside safety and good information for parents for money – and this is not okay.

Reckless.

I would ask for all the moms who scroll this website daily for this advert to be taken down – this is FAR below your usual standards.

Is this from a new moderator? (She/he needs to be fired)

N.S on

Wow, I haven’t commented on anything in a long time – I’ve been browsing a lot- but WOAH.

I took a double take when I saw this.

CBB – you sold out.

You put aside safety and good information for parents for money – and this is not okay.

Reckless.

I would ask for all the moms who scroll this website daily for this advert to be taken down – this is FAR below your usual standards.

Is this from a new moderator? (She/he needs to be fired)

J on

True Vanessa, but at the same time some of these “wonderful, new, helpful” devices are creating false senses of security and are making some parents lazier.

Ame you certainly love to make assumptions… :/

J on

True Vanessa, but at the same time some of these “wonderful, new, helpful” devices are creating false senses of security and are making some parents lazier.

Ame you certainly love to make assumptions… :/

Dee on

ame- why do you care what a bunch of strangers think? Seriously?

for all you know we’re all 13yo boys with nothing better to do but stir up poo and you’re giving those boys TONS of fodder to work with. If the $25 Bear Scrunchy thing works for you have fun with it. Personally I think you can take a stuffed animal from home (doesn’t everyone with kids have 700 million?) and sew a scrunchy to it and get the same effect for free. $25 seems like a dreadful waste of money for such a dumb product. But if it works for you. Get down with yo bad self and enjoy it. No one on here is going to come to your house and take your Bear Scrunchy.

Dee on

ame- why do you care what a bunch of strangers think? Seriously?

for all you know we’re all 13yo boys with nothing better to do but stir up poo and you’re giving those boys TONS of fodder to work with. If the $25 Bear Scrunchy thing works for you have fun with it. Personally I think you can take a stuffed animal from home (doesn’t everyone with kids have 700 million?) and sew a scrunchy to it and get the same effect for free. $25 seems like a dreadful waste of money for such a dumb product. But if it works for you. Get down with yo bad self and enjoy it. No one on here is going to come to your house and take your Bear Scrunchy.

Alison Schers on

I find this add shocking – that an item like this is produced at all is disturbing, but that you are marketing it is a real shame.

Babies need to be held and nurtured as they are fed.

Why is this add here – to make you money?

Alison Schers on

I find this add shocking – that an item like this is produced at all is disturbing, but that you are marketing it is a real shame.

Babies need to be held and nurtured as they are fed.

Why is this add here – to make you money?

cammie on

wow, poster #95 said it all. SO much anger and nastiness in one post. If one researches the product and doesn’t like it, then don’t buy it. If one likes it, then that is good too. In the supposedly “goodwill to all” time of year the ugliness associated with this website and its posters is disgusting. Of course, everyone is entitled to their opinion, I acknowledge that before someone points that out to me. It’s just disappointing that women are so judgemental to other women, that’s all.

cammie on

wow, poster #95 said it all. SO much anger and nastiness in one post. If one researches the product and doesn’t like it, then don’t buy it. If one likes it, then that is good too. In the supposedly “goodwill to all” time of year the ugliness associated with this website and its posters is disgusting. Of course, everyone is entitled to their opinion, I acknowledge that before someone points that out to me. It’s just disappointing that women are so judgemental to other women, that’s all.

ame on

Alison first of all, my point was to the bashers out there who claim the product is not safe clearly did not read the website, It works for me becaue I am a mom of three with infant twins and a husband in iraq, gee do you have a husband at home to help you, if so great but I do not have privelege, he is fighting for your right to freedom and occasionally I need help with feeding, i doubt 13 year old boys are crising this site to pose as moms, really, you should be ashamed of youself, want to walk in my shoes
Also to J, i was not making assumptions I was pointing ou to the bashers that assumed that there are two lovers of this product and we are using fake names to talk te product up, please to both of your walk in my shoes before you judge

ame on

Alison first of all, my point was to the bashers out there who claim the product is not safe clearly did not read the website, It works for me becaue I am a mom of three with infant twins and a husband in iraq, gee do you have a husband at home to help you, if so great but I do not have privelege, he is fighting for your right to freedom and occasionally I need help with feeding, i doubt 13 year old boys are crising this site to pose as moms, really, you should be ashamed of youself, want to walk in my shoes
Also to J, i was not making assumptions I was pointing ou to the bashers that assumed that there are two lovers of this product and we are using fake names to talk te product up, please to both of your walk in my shoes before you judge

fuzibuni on

hi ame…

WE HEARD YOU THE FIRST TIME. k? thx.

fuzibuni on

hi ame…

WE HEARD YOU THE FIRST TIME. k? thx.

Annalee on

This item just seems like something that will to contribute to what I believe is a growing trend: second-born children getting shafted because first-born children are allowed to be so demanding…

Annalee on

This item just seems like something that will to contribute to what I believe is a growing trend: second-born children getting shafted because first-born children are allowed to be so demanding…

Annalee on

Oh, the old owner of CBB, Danielle, would NEVER have allowed an item like this be posted on this site…

Annalee on

Oh, the old owner of CBB, Danielle, would NEVER have allowed an item like this be posted on this site…

Dee on

ALL moms (married and not, military or not) deal with their babies alone. Just because a husband is state side doesn’t mean he’s there 24/7 to help out.

I’m sorry your husband is deployed and you’re frazzled I’ve been there (several times) it sucks, but really we get it. Maybe it’s time to fly in a family member for a visit so you can go have a Starbucks solo? ;)

Dee on

ALL moms (married and not, military or not) deal with their babies alone. Just because a husband is state side doesn’t mean he’s there 24/7 to help out.

I’m sorry your husband is deployed and you’re frazzled I’ve been there (several times) it sucks, but really we get it. Maybe it’s time to fly in a family member for a visit so you can go have a Starbucks solo? ;)

Carol M. on

ame, i 100% appreciate your husband’s any all other servicemen and women’s sacrifices. but i can’t help but suggest that perhaps if you stopped commenting and got off your computer your hands would be free to feed your baby. i’m just saying…

Carol M. on

ame, i 100% appreciate your husband’s any all other servicemen and women’s sacrifices. but i can’t help but suggest that perhaps if you stopped commenting and got off your computer your hands would be free to feed your baby. i’m just saying…

Amy on

Hold on. Back up. One of you said that you use a product like this IN THE CAR?! That’s insanely dangerous. I would assume that your child is rear facing in the back seat while you’re in the front driving. I’d also assume that you’re using it with a young infant who might lack head control and is STRAPPED INTO A SEMI RECLINING POSITION. There are not the words to possibly describe the ridiculous, dangerous, and downright irresponsible parenting there.

Amy on

Hold on. Back up. One of you said that you use a product like this IN THE CAR?! That’s insanely dangerous. I would assume that your child is rear facing in the back seat while you’re in the front driving. I’d also assume that you’re using it with a young infant who might lack head control and is STRAPPED INTO A SEMI RECLINING POSITION. There are not the words to possibly describe the ridiculous, dangerous, and downright irresponsible parenting there.

Rachel on

Ame — you keep throwing out the fact that your husband is in Iraq. I’m so thankful to him for being there. Really.

But you are not completely unlike all of the other women in America whose husbands go to work on a daily basis and leave them with the children. And you certainly aren’t unlike all of the other military wives with children who also manage.

I’m not trying to trivialize your situation, I’m just saying I know women who are with their children from the moment they wake up in the mornings until they go to bed at night and up with babies for nighttime feedings whose husbands live right there at home with them, but work all day and don’t do the baby work at night…

… like Dee said, we get it.

I personally wasn’t criticizing you for properly using the bottle propper. But in my opinion, if I educate just ONE person who wasn’t aware of the possible negative effects and stops using the bottle propper improperly, well heck, it’s WELL worth offending that one other person.

Rachel on

Ame — you keep throwing out the fact that your husband is in Iraq. I’m so thankful to him for being there. Really.

But you are not completely unlike all of the other women in America whose husbands go to work on a daily basis and leave them with the children. And you certainly aren’t unlike all of the other military wives with children who also manage.

I’m not trying to trivialize your situation, I’m just saying I know women who are with their children from the moment they wake up in the mornings until they go to bed at night and up with babies for nighttime feedings whose husbands live right there at home with them, but work all day and don’t do the baby work at night…

… like Dee said, we get it.

I personally wasn’t criticizing you for properly using the bottle propper. But in my opinion, if I educate just ONE person who wasn’t aware of the possible negative effects and stops using the bottle propper improperly, well heck, it’s WELL worth offending that one other person.

Allison on

dee- that was totally rude.

Allison on

dee- that was totally rude.

Jessi on

Dee: Exactly! There are some of us that are or will be single mothers and would not imagine using this item. Like myself. I feel that if you have to hold the baby anyways then why not just use your hand to hold up the bottle? According to the site you aren’t supposed to prop it up unless you are holding the baby. I really tried to stay out of this post, but I couldn’t resist.

Jessi on

Dee: Exactly! There are some of us that are or will be single mothers and would not imagine using this item. Like myself. I feel that if you have to hold the baby anyways then why not just use your hand to hold up the bottle? According to the site you aren’t supposed to prop it up unless you are holding the baby. I really tried to stay out of this post, but I couldn’t resist.

Sarah on

I can’t actually believe that people are even debating this. Parenting has really become this much of a free for all that people won’t even hold their baby’s bottle for them?
I guess some of us really do expect their children to raise themselves and this gadget is further proof…as long as there is a cute teddybear attached to the feeding device it’s ok, right?
No. It is not ok. In fact, in my book, it’s called neglect.

Sarah on

I can’t actually believe that people are even debating this. Parenting has really become this much of a free for all that people won’t even hold their baby’s bottle for them?
I guess some of us really do expect their children to raise themselves and this gadget is further proof…as long as there is a cute teddybear attached to the feeding device it’s ok, right?
No. It is not ok. In fact, in my book, it’s called neglect.

MontanaMomma on

Ultimately it is about your priorities in life. List priorities in order of importance and then make sacrifices to do what you feel is most valuable. If it is your priority to feed your child with your own hand or breast, then make it happen. Being able to multi-task is great and a necessity as a parent, but we all draw lines at some point about how much of our attention we divert from our children and when and how.

Some people feel trapped because of multiples, lack of help, and handicaps. Products like these might make it work in seemingly unworkable situations, however, I think it’s ultimately a disservice to mothers and children everywhere to peddle them to the masses. Money talks way too much in this country, and at the expense of people.

This product is a disgrace to Danielle’s legacy, the woman who founded Celebrity Baby Blog and put a lot of thought, heart and soul into its evolution.

MontanaMomma on

Ultimately it is about your priorities in life. List priorities in order of importance and then make sacrifices to do what you feel is most valuable. If it is your priority to feed your child with your own hand or breast, then make it happen. Being able to multi-task is great and a necessity as a parent, but we all draw lines at some point about how much of our attention we divert from our children and when and how.

Some people feel trapped because of multiples, lack of help, and handicaps. Products like these might make it work in seemingly unworkable situations, however, I think it’s ultimately a disservice to mothers and children everywhere to peddle them to the masses. Money talks way too much in this country, and at the expense of people.

This product is a disgrace to Danielle’s legacy, the woman who founded Celebrity Baby Blog and put a lot of thought, heart and soul into its evolution.

MontanaMomma on

TripletMama5 #97: I hear where you are coming from and you sound frustrated by your situation. I know there are many families in your position and I don’t envy it.

I realize society is evolving and there are pros and cons to that evolution. I embrace aspects of it and reject others. Some ways of living are timelessly beneficial. Ensuring our children’s early years are spent in close proximity to family is one of those.

My husband and I have chosen to prioritize time with our children and resolved not to place our infants and toddlers in the care of others. I stay home with them and he works full-time to support us. His income is extremely humble and allows us a very basic lifestyle. We rent our home and drive older cars. We don’t take vacations or go out to eat very often. We don’t have cable television or cell phone packages. This works for us because being with our children while they are young is paramount. I don’t believe this is the only way. Others have different priorities and make different choices.

It is upsetting how many of us are enslaved by mortgages, car payments, credit card debt, etc. Less is more and that is exactly the opposite of what the media tells you in the USA. Buy, buy, buy…own your home…invest your money in the stock market…drive a new car…buy, buy, buy. It’s a vicious cycle to nowhere.

I do believe in home ownership, but not when it places people in a vulnerable situation where they are struggling to make end’s meat and forced to farm out their children’s care to non-family members. I think we need to take a step back and evaluate what really matters. Is it our children, or our stuff (what we own)? I know for myself, when it is time for me to leave this world, it will be the time I spent with my family that counts, not the crap I bought or the house I owned. Buy a house when you are ready, but when it means that the majority of your children’s early years will be spent in the care of another, is owning your house really worth it?

Everyone wins when we learn to live with less stuff. :)

MontanaMomma on

TripletMama5 #97: I hear where you are coming from and you sound frustrated by your situation. I know there are many families in your position and I don’t envy it.

I realize society is evolving and there are pros and cons to that evolution. I embrace aspects of it and reject others. Some ways of living are timelessly beneficial. Ensuring our children’s early years are spent in close proximity to family is one of those.

My husband and I have chosen to prioritize time with our children and resolved not to place our infants and toddlers in the care of others. I stay home with them and he works full-time to support us. His income is extremely humble and allows us a very basic lifestyle. We rent our home and drive older cars. We don’t take vacations or go out to eat very often. We don’t have cable television or cell phone packages. This works for us because being with our children while they are young is paramount. I don’t believe this is the only way. Others have different priorities and make different choices.

It is upsetting how many of us are enslaved by mortgages, car payments, credit card debt, etc. Less is more and that is exactly the opposite of what the media tells you in the USA. Buy, buy, buy…own your home…invest your money in the stock market…drive a new car…buy, buy, buy. It’s a vicious cycle to nowhere.

I do believe in home ownership, but not when it places people in a vulnerable situation where they are struggling to make end’s meat and forced to farm out their children’s care to non-family members. I think we need to take a step back and evaluate what really matters. Is it our children, or our stuff (what we own)? I know for myself, when it is time for me to leave this world, it will be the time I spent with my family that counts, not the crap I bought or the house I owned. Buy a house when you are ready, but when it means that the majority of your children’s early years will be spent in the care of another, is owning your house really worth it?

Everyone wins when we learn to live with less stuff. :)

Nikki on

I don’t even have to read the 115 other comments to know that this thread is nothing but a sheer “I’m the better parent” debate.

If you don’t like the product…move on, no point crying about it and calling other people bad mothers for not thinking it is an evil invention.

I don’t see the big deal? I wouldn’t use one, but I wouldn’t call anyone a horrible human being for using one either.

Geez.

Nikki on

I don’t even have to read the 115 other comments to know that this thread is nothing but a sheer “I’m the better parent” debate.

If you don’t like the product…move on, no point crying about it and calling other people bad mothers for not thinking it is an evil invention.

I don’t see the big deal? I wouldn’t use one, but I wouldn’t call anyone a horrible human being for using one either.

Geez.

Jessicad on

I just saw this thread and read up to MontanaMomma, your post is exactly how I feel! We don’t need a bunch of stuff, family is what matters most in the end. I plan to drive my car until it falls apart, live in a modest home no matter how much money I make etc. I was impressed with your post so I thought I’d let ya know:)

I don’t think people who use these are terrible parents though. I know lots of moms with multiples and there is just no other way sometimes, or those who have jobs or school. If the situation calls for it and it can be used safely, go for it. I’m a single mother, worked very hard during my pregnancy to save enough to be able to stay home until I had to go back to school when she was 8 months old. I’d do homework with her in her bouncy at my feet and a bottle propped up on a rolled up blanket. I nursed her also, the first month I’d sit and gaze into her eyes, but honestly it just got boring doing that for 30 minutes 8 or so times a day! Once she started looking around and paying attention to other things I’d watch tv or do other chores while nursing. I seriously doubt this product would be used by anyone for EVERY feeding, people know better than that. I dare someone to say I’m a lazy mother for using a prop.

Reading some of these harsh and judgemental posts makes me sick to my stomach. I’m so sick of the “my way is perfect, my children are perfect, and you’re a bad and lazy mother for doing otherwise”. Ugh.

Jessicad on

I just saw this thread and read up to MontanaMomma, your post is exactly how I feel! We don’t need a bunch of stuff, family is what matters most in the end. I plan to drive my car until it falls apart, live in a modest home no matter how much money I make etc. I was impressed with your post so I thought I’d let ya know:)

I don’t think people who use these are terrible parents though. I know lots of moms with multiples and there is just no other way sometimes, or those who have jobs or school. If the situation calls for it and it can be used safely, go for it. I’m a single mother, worked very hard during my pregnancy to save enough to be able to stay home until I had to go back to school when she was 8 months old. I’d do homework with her in her bouncy at my feet and a bottle propped up on a rolled up blanket. I nursed her also, the first month I’d sit and gaze into her eyes, but honestly it just got boring doing that for 30 minutes 8 or so times a day! Once she started looking around and paying attention to other things I’d watch tv or do other chores while nursing. I seriously doubt this product would be used by anyone for EVERY feeding, people know better than that. I dare someone to say I’m a lazy mother for using a prop.

Reading some of these harsh and judgemental posts makes me sick to my stomach. I’m so sick of the “my way is perfect, my children are perfect, and you’re a bad and lazy mother for doing otherwise”. Ugh.

Dee on

Allison– What was totally rude?

My parenting fail comment, Saying we could all be 13yo boys, or telling Ame to go get Starbucks Solo?

I didn’t realize suggesting my favorite easy, inexpensive getaway was rude… wow… starbucks rude. Fascinating.

Dee on

Allison– What was totally rude?

My parenting fail comment, Saying we could all be 13yo boys, or telling Ame to go get Starbucks Solo?

I didn’t realize suggesting my favorite easy, inexpensive getaway was rude… wow… starbucks rude. Fascinating.

hayley fedup2thebackteeth on

Sarah Says

long as there is a cute teddybear attached to the feeding device it’s ok, right?
No. It is not ok. In fact, in my book, it’s called neglect.

get a grip!!!! neglect! my god there are children being beaten to death, starved, raped abused in the most vile way and you dare to compare this teddy to those things! those are neglect not using a HELPFUL feeding hand.

ugh i am so disgusted by some of you , shame on you good luck to all your children because some of the nasty horrid things being written about mums that use these thing i can only guess what rubbish your filling your poor childrens head with…but hey they may turn out to be as judgemental as you but you used TWO hands when feeding them so thts what counts right…..

ugh

hayley fedup2thebackteeth on

Sarah Says

long as there is a cute teddybear attached to the feeding device it’s ok, right?
No. It is not ok. In fact, in my book, it’s called neglect.

get a grip!!!! neglect! my god there are children being beaten to death, starved, raped abused in the most vile way and you dare to compare this teddy to those things! those are neglect not using a HELPFUL feeding hand.

ugh i am so disgusted by some of you , shame on you good luck to all your children because some of the nasty horrid things being written about mums that use these thing i can only guess what rubbish your filling your poor childrens head with…but hey they may turn out to be as judgemental as you but you used TWO hands when feeding them so thts what counts right…..

ugh

Carol M. on

hayley fedup2thebackteeth, there is a different between neglect and abuse.

Carol M. on

hayley fedup2thebackteeth, there is a different between neglect and abuse.

upsetmomma on

I used to enjoy coming to this site but, since it has become a free for all to bash people I have stopped. Every single one of you are moms who love your children, whether you breast-feed or bottle feed. We all do the best we can. To bash someone because of what they do or don’t do is stupid and childish and I would be more concerned with how your children are being raised. Would you want your children reading your hateful comments. Ame, I applaud you for all you are doing just like I applaud every mom on here because we all have struggles. NONE OF US IS PERFECT AND WE MAKE MISTAKES. I am sure the people that use this product do not just prop their kid in a chair stick this in his/her mouth and say “enjoy”. They are holding their child, giving them love but, also, having the ability to take care of other things. EVERYONE needs to get off their high-horse and grow up. Also to texasmom3, you should be absolutely ashamed of yourself. My daughter was 6-weeks early and although I would have given anything to breast feed her right away, I was far more concerned with her breathing and being able to suck. A bottle instantly went into her mouth and she ate. We tried unsuccessfully after that because I was so stressed having a baby in NICU that I didn’t produce any milk. My daughter is a happy, HEALTHY 35 pound 2 1`/2 year old. She is a proud formula fed baby and I am a mother who wanted my child to be fed BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY. SO STICK THAT UP YOUR “I AM BETTER THEN EVERYONE” BUTT.

upsetmomma on

I used to enjoy coming to this site but, since it has become a free for all to bash people I have stopped. Every single one of you are moms who love your children, whether you breast-feed or bottle feed. We all do the best we can. To bash someone because of what they do or don’t do is stupid and childish and I would be more concerned with how your children are being raised. Would you want your children reading your hateful comments. Ame, I applaud you for all you are doing just like I applaud every mom on here because we all have struggles. NONE OF US IS PERFECT AND WE MAKE MISTAKES. I am sure the people that use this product do not just prop their kid in a chair stick this in his/her mouth and say “enjoy”. They are holding their child, giving them love but, also, having the ability to take care of other things. EVERYONE needs to get off their high-horse and grow up. Also to texasmom3, you should be absolutely ashamed of yourself. My daughter was 6-weeks early and although I would have given anything to breast feed her right away, I was far more concerned with her breathing and being able to suck. A bottle instantly went into her mouth and she ate. We tried unsuccessfully after that because I was so stressed having a baby in NICU that I didn’t produce any milk. My daughter is a happy, HEALTHY 35 pound 2 1`/2 year old. She is a proud formula fed baby and I am a mother who wanted my child to be fed BY ANY MEANS NECESSARY. SO STICK THAT UP YOUR “I AM BETTER THEN EVERYONE” BUTT.

Neve on

I pretty much agree with everything Dee said, as well as Marla (#71), and Rachel (#74 & #113).

Ame, you keep throwing out the “my husband’s in Iraq” rhetoric as an excuse. It seems to be in almost all of your posts. Rachel’s comment in #113 said it best. You’re not so unlike most other women out there. I’m sorry, I just get a tad annoyed when I see the “my husband’s in Iraq/Afghanistan” phrase thrown around so much and used as an excuse for so many things. I’m a military wife myself and I was born and raised in the military. It’s not that bad. I don’t use my husband’s job as an excuse for my decisions. It may *influence* our decisions (based on the situation), but I’d never use it as an excuse; and with the amount of times you’ve brought up your husband’s job, it feels to me that this is exactly what you’re doing.

Like Rachel said… we are not unlike most other women out there. Parenting is hard… whether you’re home alone with the baby, or when you have lots of support. Whether you’re a military wife or your husband works from home. We all make decisions based on what works for us and our situations.

That being said, while I think this product is something that I would never recommend anyone use (for all the reasons others have stated) AND I was shocked to see it advertised here, I don’t think anyone’s a bad parent just because they use one (and use it properly). However, I also agree with the person (can’t remember who, sorry) who said it’s basically a waste of money… it’s a scrunchy sewn to a stuffed animal. Anyone who has a mini sewing kit from a gas station can sew a dang scrunchy to a teddy bear. If something like this is useful to your family, you don’t need to pay $25 for this.

Neve on

I pretty much agree with everything Dee said, as well as Marla (#71), and Rachel (#74 & #113).

Ame, you keep throwing out the “my husband’s in Iraq” rhetoric as an excuse. It seems to be in almost all of your posts. Rachel’s comment in #113 said it best. You’re not so unlike most other women out there. I’m sorry, I just get a tad annoyed when I see the “my husband’s in Iraq/Afghanistan” phrase thrown around so much and used as an excuse for so many things. I’m a military wife myself and I was born and raised in the military. It’s not that bad. I don’t use my husband’s job as an excuse for my decisions. It may *influence* our decisions (based on the situation), but I’d never use it as an excuse; and with the amount of times you’ve brought up your husband’s job, it feels to me that this is exactly what you’re doing.

Like Rachel said… we are not unlike most other women out there. Parenting is hard… whether you’re home alone with the baby, or when you have lots of support. Whether you’re a military wife or your husband works from home. We all make decisions based on what works for us and our situations.

That being said, while I think this product is something that I would never recommend anyone use (for all the reasons others have stated) AND I was shocked to see it advertised here, I don’t think anyone’s a bad parent just because they use one (and use it properly). However, I also agree with the person (can’t remember who, sorry) who said it’s basically a waste of money… it’s a scrunchy sewn to a stuffed animal. Anyone who has a mini sewing kit from a gas station can sew a dang scrunchy to a teddy bear. If something like this is useful to your family, you don’t need to pay $25 for this.

Erin on

Wow, Malinda, you have a crazy life! You have twins, grandkids, and you lost your arm, and you still have time to give these to all of your friends?

My husband is totally bonded to both of our exclusively breastfed children.

CBB, boo. Bottle propping is dangerous and lazy, and allowing all of these obviously fake comments on this non-review/advertisement is inappropriate.

Erin on

Wow, Malinda, you have a crazy life! You have twins, grandkids, and you lost your arm, and you still have time to give these to all of your friends?

My husband is totally bonded to both of our exclusively breastfed children.

CBB, boo. Bottle propping is dangerous and lazy, and allowing all of these obviously fake comments on this non-review/advertisement is inappropriate.

Shanelle on

Wow! We’re excited to see so many of you sharing your thoughts — this has been a lively discussion, to say the least. But there’s one point that a few readers made that we’d like to clarify: We do not accept money for any of the products that we share with you. Our goal in the Fashion/Gear section is to bring you style news and deals on baby/maternity/kids products that we think might be helpful to you and that happen to look good too.

That said, thank you for being such engaged and interesting readers … We love hearing what’s on your mind!

—CBB editors

Shanelle on

Wow! We’re excited to see so many of you sharing your thoughts — this has been a lively discussion, to say the least. But there’s one point that a few readers made that we’d like to clarify: We do not accept money for any of the products that we share with you. Our goal in the Fashion/Gear section is to bring you style news and deals on baby/maternity/kids products that we think might be helpful to you and that happen to look good too.

That said, thank you for being such engaged and interesting readers … We love hearing what’s on your mind!

—CBB editors

Rebecca on

#111, no kidding! If her kids are sleeping, now’s a good time to get all that stuff done around the house that she would worry about (laundry, vacuuming living room, dishes, etc). Get off the computer, stop arguing with people you think are just trying to bash you!

Rebecca on

#111, no kidding! If her kids are sleeping, now’s a good time to get all that stuff done around the house that she would worry about (laundry, vacuuming living room, dishes, etc). Get off the computer, stop arguing with people you think are just trying to bash you!

Rebecca on

Oh, I’m sorry Shanelle, you receive “Advertisment Fees” or some other such bs term.

No, we do not.

- CBB editors

Rebecca on

Oh, I’m sorry Shanelle, you receive “Advertisment Fees” or some other such bs term.

No, we do not.

- CBB editors

MontanaMomma on

Regardless of whether or not there are incentives involved in the products promoted on CBB, I think it’s been made infinitely clear that this particular product was controversial, and certainly not something Danielle, the site founder, would ever have promoted. Perhaps that much can be agreed upon!

MontanaMomma on

Regardless of whether or not there are incentives involved in the products promoted on CBB, I think it’s been made infinitely clear that this particular product was controversial, and certainly not something Danielle, the site founder, would ever have promoted. Perhaps that much can be agreed upon!

Oh my! on

Is Danielle here now? No. Get over it!

As far as the bottle propper I love it. I use it all the time. Because of this I have soooooo much extra time to watch tv, do my nails, and read these lovely comments. :) Baby? what baby? Oh yes, the one in the other room that I’m ignoring while she’s feeding herself with her cute cuddly bottle snuggler….I should get back to her I guess….

Oh and I never even tried breastfeeding. I figured my breasts still looked magnificent after pregnancy, why potentially ruin a good thing? Also, then I would have to feed the baby. Oh the horror!

Oh my! on

Is Danielle here now? No. Get over it!

As far as the bottle propper I love it. I use it all the time. Because of this I have soooooo much extra time to watch tv, do my nails, and read these lovely comments. :) Baby? what baby? Oh yes, the one in the other room that I’m ignoring while she’s feeding herself with her cute cuddly bottle snuggler….I should get back to her I guess….

Oh and I never even tried breastfeeding. I figured my breasts still looked magnificent after pregnancy, why potentially ruin a good thing? Also, then I would have to feed the baby. Oh the horror!

Kemba on

Really? I guess you haven’t been reading the site for very long. This bottle propping product was posted in 2007 during Danielle’s time.

http://celebrity-babies.com/2007/07/23/tipetoes-baby/

Kemba on

Really? I guess you haven’t been reading the site for very long. This bottle propping product was posted in 2007 during Danielle’s time.

http://celebrity-babies.com/2007/07/23/tipetoes-baby/

mrsh on

Erin – I was enjoying the crazy “Malinda” posts, too :-)

mrsh on

Erin – I was enjoying the crazy “Malinda” posts, too :-)

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