Tommee Tippee Baby Girl to Big Girl

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Recently we took in a 3 month old baby who was about to go into the system. Its been several years since I had a baby that little so of course I was starting over. So who better to turn to when getting bottles and tinks? The best baby/toddler products trusted by parents all over the country and myself. I have used Tommee Tippee’s product now with 3/5 of my kids. Tommee Tippee sent me an array of products to help her go from baby girl to big girl!

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Everyday Pacifier: These pacifiers are perfect for everyday use. The everyday pacifier has the same baby approved nipple so that you can easily switch between paci’s and styles and won’t upset your baby. The shape of the pacifier is similar to the bottle so that it becomes more of a familiar feeling. 68% of babies accept this style of pacifiers the first time over the old design. Available in 2 stages 0-6 months and 6-18 months. I received one set of each.   Street Smart Pacifiers: These new Closer to Nature pacifiers have the same baby approved baglet so that you can switch between the bold designs without confusion.

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First Sips Soft Transition Cup: Ages 4+ months and will hold up to 5 ounces of fluids. This is great for those going from breast to bottle or bottle to cup. The soft grip handles are removable and great for little hands. The first time that I had my LO use this she did great and drank from the bottle but was able to use the handles to feed herself the whole thing. Hoping before too long she can try the sippy spout.

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Easi Roll Bib: This bib was designed for babies 7+ months. The Easi Roll Bib is made of a silicone type material which is BPA free and easy to clean. There is a crumb catcher at the bottom at the bib to help prevent less messes around. I received pink and teal color. My LO isn’t old enough to “test” these out but I have complete confidence that they will be great.

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Free Flow Trainer: New Free Flow trainer cups are great for babies 4 + months. The free flow is recommended by healthcare professionals instead of “sippy” cups. Perfect for a first trainer cup, the flip up/down spout is leak-proof which is great for travel and if if gets dropped or laid down. The handles are perfect for little hands to hold. I received the blue/purple 2 pack, and also comes in a red/green 2 pack.

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Closer to Nature Baby Bottle: These bottles were designed for a natural transition between breast to bottle. The nipple is formed for a more of a “just like mom” feel. There is a venting valve that helps reduce the air intake. Closer to Nature bottles are available in different colors, ounces, pack sizes, and decorations.

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Comfi Neck Bib: These bibs are very neat and unique. I wish that I had them with my other kids. It has a dribble catcher that absorbs milk and drool and protects her neck from rashes. Easy to put on and take off. Available in cream, pink and blue.

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Author: Nikki

My name is Nikki. I am a stay at home mom of 4. My oldest is getting ready to head off to college, the other almost in high school. We have 2 little ones also 3 years old and a newborn. I have a passion for writing and I love doing reviews to help other moms like me find the right stuff for my family.

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