Philips Avent Anti-Colic Bottle

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Philips Avent.

I nursed my first baby until he was one, and I am still nursing my 8 month old, so you may not think that a good bottle is a concern for me. Wrong! If you’ve nursed a baby before, you know that it is not the skin-to-skin, all natural fairytale you wish it was. I have recently come to realize that I do love it though (just to give you new moms hope) but I definitely had to push through some rough times to figure it out with both babies. 



The reason I wanted to nurse my babies was for all the health benefits for both me and baby, and… because I’m lazy! I didn’t want to have to get a bottle ready every time he needed to eat. I love that I just get to sit down and feed with no prep or clean up necessary. But, like I said, breastfeeding is definitely not all bliss. You can’t get out of the house very much unless your baby takes a bottle, so I wanted to make sure my bottle choice would be best for my baby, as well as easy to clean and low maintenance for me. 



Check out the video to see my experience with my 8 month old Haden. Yes, yes, I know, he’s adorable, but he’s also kind of a fussy baby. We have reason to believe it’s due to colic, which is essentially intestinal gas. He has always had a hard time pooping and getting things moving down there, so I try anything that is said to help. 



This is a Philips Avent Anti Colic bottle and it is awesome because it is designed to reduce fussing and colic. It features a clinically proven Airflex venting system with a valve integrated into the nipple that flexes to allow air into the bottle to prevent vacuum build up and instead, vents it towards the back of the bottle. This keeps air in the bottle and away from baby’s tummy to help reduce gas, spit-up and burping.



I definitely don’t want Haden to be extra fussy when someone else is watching him so this bottle is a great way for me to feel good about leaving him with someone. The bottle also features fewer parts for easier cleaning and assembly. (Only four parts total: bottle, cap, nipple and ring which holds the nipple in place.) This makes it easy for me to get the bottle ready for my babysitters, and easy for me to clean up when I get back. 



If you’re worried about colic or are even just trying to figure out what type of bottles to buy, I highly recommend this Anti-colic Bottle. It is high quality, easy to clean, and everything you’d look for in a regular bottle, But with it, you also get the benefit of knowing it’s not leaking air into your baby’s tummy, which is proven to provide more than just peace of mind, and hopefully a good night’s sleep. Don’t just take my word for it though! Check out this testimonial from actress and new mom Sarah Chalke who has partnered with the brand to share her experience with the Anti-colic bottle as well.



Good luck momma!!






This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Philips Avent.

2 thoughts on “Philips Avent Anti-Colic Bottle”

  1. Your baby is so precious! My sister nursed my nephew and finding a good bottle is definitely a concern for mothers whether you nurse or not. Sometimes nursing is not an option at the moment, so having a good bottle for the baby to use is important!

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