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Rosie Pope’s Fave New On-the-Go Baby Bottle

07/27/2012 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy Rosie Pope

Pregnant in Heels star Rosie Pope — who live-Tweeted baby girl Vivienne Madison‘s entry into the world on May 13 — says her daughter is settling into life with her big brothers and accompanying Mom on the road.

“She’s doing great,” Pope tells PEOPLE. “It feels really, really awesome to have the two boys and now a little girl.”

And lucky for the reality star, Vivienne easily tags along on work events, including Pope’s latest role as an ambassador for Philips Avent. The busy mom of three utilizes the brand’s new Natural Bottle to feed her youngest on the go.

“There’s a whole combination of reasons why you’d want to use a bottle, and you want to make sure you give your baby the best,” the nursing mom says of the brand’s newly redesigned products, which better mimic feeding at the breast (the bottles encourage natural latch on and makes it easier to combine bottle and breastfeeding).

“With my third baby, and being on live TV and constantly working, being able to have an option like this is really great and I wanted to share it with people.”

Educating fellow moms is also what Pope hoped to focus on during the recently completed second season of Pregnant in Heels, in which she tackled everything from placenta-eating to a haunted nursery. But her greatest takeaway from the show was simple.

“[I've learned] that we’re all kind of in the same boat in terms of wanting to be the best that we can be but being insecure about it; it helps to be around other moms and talk honestly about that,” Pope says. “It certainly helps me with my own parenting.”

– Kiran Hefa

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Vicky on

I love Rosie! Her show has thought me a lot. Have you guys visited her store in LA? Is it worth it?

April on

Rosie, you are an inspiration! Thanks for being an advocate for positive parenting. Keep up the great work!

Shannon on

She live-tweeted the birth? Talk about multitasking! :)

blessedwithboys on

Ugh, there’s a million different baby products you could endorse, why a bottle? I mean, can the US breastfeeding rates get any lower?! Shame, shame…

Anonymous on

Comment for ‘blesseswithboys’, if you would have read the article, it indicated ‘the nursing mom’. Let us not forget you can pump and store your milk for future use.

Besides, it is a choice each woman has and if you watched her show, one of the topics was about a woman who feared she may not be able to breastfeed. You might want to think of all the factors before judgement.

I enjoy watching the show.

Evangeline on

I know this is off the topic but I just adore her daughter’s name! Very pretty, feminine and classic yet still a bit modern.

Lou on

I have no idea who she is, but another “celebrity” being paid to endorse another baby product. Yawn.

Ness on

Yet again, there’s always a breastfeeding mum that ruins the day (ie ‘blessedwithboys again)!

cn tower on

Not that there’s anything wrong with formula feeding, but using a bottle does not necessarily mean she’s not breastfeeding. As soon as breastfeeding is established (6 weeks or so?) and any latching issues etc. have been resolved, lots of mothers pump so their partner or someone else can feed the baby for a change.

Courtney on

She nurses and uses a bottle. It’s the perfect combination for a working mom. You go Rosie, love you! You are the perfect inspiration to working mom’s and all other mom’s, you are not judgmental, you do the best you can, and you can tell that you are in it just like all of us, just trying to do your best!


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