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"Here's what I did: I bought 2 or 3 Playtex Breast Milk Storage Kits. I would pump directly into the drop-ins liners with my Ameda pump, put the disk/lid on the liner, **put the liner in the freezer right side up...NOT on its lid (if need be, use a spare bottle to support the liner until it freezes)**, THEN after the milk is frozen, TAKE OFF the blue disk/lid, and put the liner into a large Ziplock Freezer baggie. The disk can be washed and used again on a fresh bottle right away. The milk-filled liner is sealed in a freezer safe bag (I would date the bottom of the liner so I knew how old the milk was - always use oldest milk first!), and I would keep adding filled drop-ins until the Freezer bag was full. " -amazon customer review
Portable HyGenie - Sanitizes most common types of bottles, nipples and pacifiers in about seven minutes. Using clinically tested, environmentally-friendly UV technology, the HyGenie eliminates up to 99 percent of harmful germs. Wish they had these when my kids were babies.
Set of 6 Baby Bottle Monograms or Names by CuttinCrazy on Etsy, $15.00
Refresh-a-Baby Refresh-a-Baby is a baby bottle nipple that adapts onto water bottles, instantly converting the water bottle into a baby bottle without the hassle of clean up time saving parents time and energy on-the-go! $6.99
Playtex Drop-Ins Original Nurser: More than a few breastfeeding mamas have reported that the tried and true Playtex Drop-In Original Nurser ($10) is the easiest bottle to introduce to breastfed babies. Whether it's the collapsing bottle liners that stave off air or the latex nipples that generations of moms have trusted, we're not quite sure, but for whatever reason, breastfeeding moms just seem to love these low-cost bottles!