She {hearts} mimijumi Baby Bottle

I currently breastfeed my two-month-old baby, but there are times when it is nice to be able to pump and bottle feed. I discovered an awesome bottle that does not confuse a breastfed baby.

The mimijumi baby bottle is specially designed to replicate a mother’s breast, in shape, color, texture, and rate of milk flow.  All of these features are benefits that are not provided by most other bottles.

Personally, my favorite feature about the mimijumi bottle is how it requires a baby to actually latch on in a similar way as if they were nursing their mother.  The flow rate 1 nipple is slow, allowing the baby to have a familiar eating experience.

mimijumi baby bottle

Even if your baby is not breastfed, this is a great bottle to purchase and use.  It is made of medical-grade silicone and free of toxins like BPA.  The venting technology are also aids in preventing colic, and the bottle exceeds U.S. safety standards.

The mimijumi is available in two sizes: very hungry (8 fl. oz.) and not so hungry (4 fl. oz.) and comes packaged in a cute milk carton.

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Purchase your own mimijumi Very Hungry Baby Bottle here.

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Aliesha

Aliesha of Feathers in Our Nest is a stay-at-home mom to her sweet little ones, Vera, Cordelia, & Jude, and a wife to her awesome husband, Tad. She lives in North Carolina and loves reading great books as well as doing all things creative. She also enjoys breastfeeding, cloth diapering, babywearing, cooking from scratch, party planning, blogging, and dabbling in photography. Read articles by Aliesha →

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Aliesha of Feathers in Our Nest is a stay-at-home mom to her sweet little ones, Vera, Cordelia, & Jude, and a wife to her awesome husband, Tad. She lives in North Carolina and loves reading great books as well as doing all things creative. She also enjoys breastfeeding, cloth diapering, babywearing, cooking from scratch, party planning, blogging, and dabbling in photography. Read articles by Aliesha →

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