Collection: Baby Feeding Products

A revolutionary new way of feeding your baby that doesn't require sterilization! Just pop in a cartridge of breast milk, and you're good to go.

The best part is that these products are dishwasher safe so you can toss them in with the rest of your dishes. No more worrying about whether or not you got all the bacteria out - now you can have peace of mind knowing your baby is being fed using the cleanest method possible.

Keeping your baby fed is essential for their health and growth. We carry a wide variety of baby-feeding products to make the process easier. From baby bottles and formula to high chairs and bibs, you'll find all the essentials to keep your little one fed and happy. We also carry a selection of specialty items such as breast pumps, bottle warmers, and sterilizers. We have something for everyone, no matter what type of feeding supplies you need.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type of bottle should I choose for my baby?

The best type of bottle for your baby depends on your baby's age and feeding preferences. If your baby is under six months old, you should look for bottles designed explicitly for newborns with slow-flow nipples to prevent your baby from swallowing too much milk at once. If your baby is over six months old, look for bottles with angled shapes to help your baby latch and reduce air intake. You may also consider bottles with soft, silicone nipples for a more comfortable feeding experience.

Is it safe to use a microwave to heat baby formula?

No, using a microwave to heat baby formula is unsafe. Microwaves can create hot spots, burning a baby's mouth or throat. It is safest to heat the formula on the stove or in a bottle warmer.

How often should I be feeding my baby?

It is recommended that babies be fed on demand whenever they show signs of hunger. During the first few months of life, this can mean every 2-3 hours or 8-12 times daily. Babies will eat more significant portions less frequently as they grow older.

What is the best way to store breast milk?

The best way to store breast milk is in a tightly sealed container in the refrigerator or freezer. Labelling the container clearly with the date the milk was expressed is essential.

Are there any age restrictions on using baby food?

Yes, there are age restrictions on using baby food. Infants should start eating solid foods between 4 and 6 months of age. Baby food should be introduced gradually and during the infant's developmental stage.

Should I be using formula or breast milk?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby's life and then breastfeeding in combination with other foods for at least one year. However, every family is different, and discussing with your doctor what feeding options work best for you and your baby is essential.

What type of teething products are safe for my baby?

The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends using teething rings made from firm rubber instead of softer plastic or gel-filled products. The best teething products are BPA-free and made from safe materials such as natural rubber, silicone, or wood. Additionally, it is essential to ensure that the product has no small parts that could pose a choking hazard.

How do I know when my baby is full?

It can be hard to tell when a baby is complete and has had enough. Generally, babies will reject the bottle or breast or slow their feeding if they are complete. They may also stop sucking, move their head away, or start to fuss or cry.

Is it safe to give my baby juice?

No, it is not safe to give a baby juice. Babies should only be given juice once they are at least six months old; even then, it should be limited. Juice can contribute to tooth decay and obesity.

Should I take any special precautions when feeding my baby?

Yes, there are several special precautions to take when feeding your baby:

  1. Ensure that the food you give your baby is appropriate for their age.
  2. Always provide your baby with a safe and secure area away from distractions.
  3. Cut food into small pieces to prevent choking.
  4. Ensure your baby is sitting upright while eating to help prevent choking.

Feeding a baby is one of the parents' most essential and rewarding tasks. Ensuring their little one receives proper nutrition is crucial for their growth and development. Baby feeding products significantly make this process easier, safer, and more enjoyable for both the baby and the parents. From bottles and breast pumps to high chairs and utensils, this article will explore a wide range of essential baby-feeding products that can help parents confidently navigate the feeding journey and promote a healthy appetite in their little ones.

Bottles and Nipples 

Bottles and nipples are actual baby-feeding products that offer convenience and flexibility. They provide a means for mothers who bottle-feed or supplement with formula. Bottles come in various shapes, sizes, and materials, including glass and BPA-free plastic. Look for bottles with anti-colic features that reduce air intake, preventing discomfort and gas in babies. Nipples also come in different sizes and flows to accommodate the baby's age and feeding needs.

Breast Pumps

Breastfeeding is a natural and nourishing way to provide nutrition to infants. However, it may not always be possible for mothers to breastfeed directly. In such cases, breast pumps become invaluable tools. Electric or manual breast pumps allow mothers to express and store breast milk for later use. They offer flexibility and convenience, enabling mothers to maintain a milk supply while away or allowing other caregivers to feed the baby.

High Chairs 

High chairs become essential baby feeding products as babies transition to solid foods. High chairs provide a safe and comfortable space for infants and toddlers to sit while enjoying their meals. Look for high chairs with sturdy construction, adjustable heights, and safety features such as harnesses and locking mechanisms. Some high chairs also have detachable trays for easy cleaning and storage.

Utensils and Plates

As babies begin self-feeding, introducing appropriate utensils and plates is essential for their development and mealtime independence. Baby spoons with soft and flexible tips are gentle on gums and teeth. Plates with suction bases help prevent accidental spills and encourage self-feeding skills. Look for utensils and containers made of BPA-free, food-grade materials safe for babies. Consider products that are dishwasher-safe for easy cleaning.

Baby Food Makers 

Baby food makers are game-changers for parents who prefer homemade baby food. These compact appliances simplify the process of preparing nutritious purees and baby-friendly meals. They steam, blend, and reheat food, saving time and effort in the kitchen. Look for baby food makers with easy-to-use controls, BPA-free components, and dishwasher-safe parts for hassle-free cleaning.

Bibs and Burp Cloths 

Feeding sessions can be messy, but bibs and burp cloths are here to save the day. Bibs protect babies' clothes from food spills and stains while allowing them to explore different textures and tastes. Opt for bibs with waterproof or wipeable materials that are easy to clean. Burp cloths are handy for burping and cleaning up spit-ups or dribbles during or after feeding.

Baby Bottle Sterilizers 

Maintaining proper hygiene is paramount when it comes to baby-feeding products. Baby bottle sterilizers offer a convenient way to ensure bottles, nipples, and other feeding accessories are clean and free from harmful bacteria. Electric or microwave sterilizers use steam to kill bacteria effectively. Look for sterilizers with ample space and removable trays that fit different bottle sizes and accessories. Some models also function as bottle dryers.

Nursing Pillows 

Nursing pillows provide support and comfort for mothers who choose to breastfeed during feeding sessions. These specially designed pillows help position the baby at the optimal height for latching and minimize strain on the mother's back, neck, and arms. Nursing pillows come in various shapes and sizes, catering to different body types and breastfeeding positions.

Baby feeding products are indispensable for nourishment and bonding between parents and their little ones. Each product uniquely ensures the comfort, safety, and convenience of both the baby and the parents, from bottles and breast pumps to high chairs and utensils. By investing in high-quality baby feeding products, parents can confidently navigate the feeding journey and create a positive and nurturing environment for their babies, promoting healthy appetites and establishing lifelong healthy eating habits.