|Hello Fellow Cloth Diaperers,
I need your advice! You all give such great advice on cloth diapering, that I would like to hear your take on baby bottles. Here's the deal: I could have a baby before the semester is over, so I'd like to be prepared with a nice bottle which would work well with breast-feeding babies. I only attend classes once a week for three hours. My best-case scenario would be to nurse before I take off to class, and nurse as soon as I return home. I'm not sure if that would work out exactly as planned, so I'd like to be prepared with pumped milk and a bottle which would intuitive for my new baby to drink from. I'm open to using glass bottles, stainless steel bottles, or any other BPA-free bottles on the market. I'm sure that each baby is different, and I realize that I may need to purchase a few different bottles to experiment with. With my last child, I think that my son drank from a bottle about 20 times, and fed from the breast his first year. I used Avent Disposable Nurser (300), lined with Gerber Seal'N Go Breast Milk storage bags. The Avent Disposable Nurser has been discontinued (not the Tempo), so I'm not sure where to begin. What would you all recommend?
P.S., I'm a SAHM, and I plan to nurse full-time, and nurse just for occasional outings.