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I breastfed Shawn, so I didn’t need to use a bottle warmer. But with Jaden, I couldn’t breastfeed, so I had to learn all about bottle feeding and bottle warmers (and this gave my husband the chance to pitch in too).
I remember vividly the first time I had to use a bottle warmer. I was so exhausted from being up all night with a screaming baby, and the last thing I wanted to do was fiddle around with a bottle warmer. But I quickly learned that it was worth the effort because it meant that my baby would drink the milk!
There is nothing like the feeling of seeing your baby’s face light up when they take that first sip of warm milk. It’s like all their troubles melt away and they are so content. For us parents, it is sometimes just an overlooked moment, because we feed our children so many times a day that we can become immune to how special it is.
Nowadays, parents are flooded with advice, equipment, and products and it can be hard to know what you need and what you don’t. When it comes to bottle warmers, I would say that they are definitely worth the investment. They make life so much easier, especially in those early weeks and months when you are sleep deprived and just trying to survive!
As I’ve continued on my parenting journey, I’ve learned a lot about different types of bottle warmers and sterilizers. I’ve also become quite passionate about ensuring that all parents have the information they need to make the best choices for their families.
So that’s why I decided to create this website – to share all the information I’ve learned about bottle warmers (and sterilizers) with all of you. I hope you find it helpful!