(Closed) Dr. Brown's Glass Bottles

posted 5 years ago in Babies
Post # 2
169 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

I don’t know about the glass ones, but my husband and I bought a bunch of different brands for him when I work, 12hr shifts, and he like’s the Dr Brown ones! But we have plastic ones… lol He says they don’t leak like the Tommy Tipee ones… but she still gets major, major gas! 

Post # 3
3378 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

LuluInLove:  Commenting to bump, and because I’m interested in hearing some answers to your questions!  I’m planning to go the glass-bottle route as well, because Darling Husband and I have phased most plastics out of our kitchen already, so I can’t really align getting plastic bottles for a baby with that choice.  I hope someone else can comment with some experiences!

Post # 4
1984 posts
Buzzing bee

My sister uses glass. They’re not dr. Browns though. I don’t remember the brand, but she loves them!

Post # 5
6830 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2011

We used the plastic Dr. Brown ones.. so can’t comment on how to travel with the glass ones. I liked the Dr. Brown bottles

Post # 6
41 posts
  • Wedding: May 2012

Still pregnant but we are planning on using Lifefactory glass bottles…they come with a sleeve and you don’t have to take it off to wash/boil/freeze/etc.  We have tile floors so the sleeve was important to us!  I did a test drop from about 4 feet and the bottle was fine 🙂  As far as nipples, we are hoping baby likes the ones they come with!  But if not, we found that medela, evenflo and the disposable ones they give you at the hospital all fit (basically any standard size nipple will fit).  We plan to use them just like regular plastic bottles when it comes to heating, traveling, etc.


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