January 15, 2009

Anyone Used This?

I saw a couple with newborn triplets on TLC's A Baby Story using these bottle straws, called Pacifeeders.   I was thinking they would be useful with feeding all the babies at once while they are lying in their carseats or on their boppys.   Has anyone used these?  

Pacifeeder Baby Pictures, Images and Photos

5 comments:

  1. No, but they look awesome. One those "why didn't I think of that things."

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  2. I tried a similar product (Podee bottles) with mine, but they couldn't get the sucking strong enough to get anything.

    Saw these the other day and thought of you, actually, since you could use a few extra hands. http://www.bottlesling.com/

    I haven't used them, but they look like they have potential.

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  3. I haven't used these, but we do use the Milk Maid Bottle Prop. They work pretty well for us when we need to feed multiple babies at the same time. Sometimes they roll off, but you figure out how to make it work.

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  4. I wouldn't mind using one for myself while watching a Bears game! I love the sig, nice work!

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  5. I too tried the Podee brand, but with no luck. I will be happy to donate them to you! I am going to try to set up a visit time with Lauren B. & I will bring them to you. Thinking of you!

    Brooke, Mom to Augustus & Raleigh, identical twin boys, almost 10 months!

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