Feeding your baby is one of the best ways to bond, whether you’re breastfeeding or using a bottle. Each baby bottle is made differently, and there isn’t an absolute best bottle for your baby. It will take some trial and error before you find which one works best. A good place to start is to get a simple, easy-to-use/clean bottle.
The baby bottles below are dishwasher-safe (top rack) and BPA-free. Dr Brown’s anti-colic bottles come in both plastic and glass, and they are a good choice if you want more bottles and teats size options.
Some accessories can help make washing and late-night feeds easier. Baby bottles have to be taken apart and scrubbed after each use. Accessories like bottle brushes or sterilisers are one of the few easiest ways to keep your baby’s bottles clean. Baby bottle warmers are nice to have, but you might want to skip them if you want to pare down to just the essentials. Our blog on baby warmers will tell you why.