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This is amazing. I wish they would have had something like this when my girls were younger.
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Do you think so? I would think kids are better off if they were exposed to some amount of germs while they were young to build up their immune system. I don't have a kid, just saw this and thought was a horrible idea.
I'm not sure getting germs or bacteria while a baby causes immunity but I'm an idiot what what do I know.


I can say that with my two oldest I was extremely careful with everything as far as germs and do not notice a difference between the older and younger kids (was a "little" less strict with germs by the time they came around laugh out loud) as far as getting sick.
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Yeah there's definitely a balance one has to maintain, but I wouldn't use a baby bottle as a probiotic.
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Bottle warmer....hot water in a glass works just fine. Sterilizer- when you first get the bottles boil them or use the steam bags. I have enough kid shit without another specific purpose appliance.
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I'm surprised this is getting so many thumbs up. Barely any reviews and if it's anything like all the rest, they're more work then what their worth IMO. Guess people don't like the warm water in a cup route and giving them a good soak in boiling water every now and then.
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Do you think so? I would think kids are better off if they were exposed to some amount of germs while they were young to build up their immune system. I don't have a kid, just saw this and thought was a horrible idea.
No it's not it's really not. Babies don't have much of an immune system when they are younger and depend a lot on their mothers for passive immunity (from breast milk). So exposing them to anything is not a good idea. Now as they get older as infants and children that might be the case but not when they are babies.
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Will this work on plastic baby bottles?
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Will this work on plastic baby bottles?
I don't have this model but I have a combo warmer/sterilizer and it works with plastic bottles.

As for the naysayers, for myself as a first time parent, this kind of thing was invaluable. When I was too tired to breastfeed or need to add in formula as a supplement, warm water at the perfect temperature was available immediately. It was also nice for the extra breastmilk, especially if someone other than mom is feeding baby. I did a lot more sterilizing in her first 3 months as opposed to the last 3 and the machine I have does two bottles. That being said I wish it held more bottles for that purpose so this being only a single YMMV.
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Do you think so? I would think kids are better off if they were exposed to some amount of germs while they were young to build up their immune system. I don't have a kid, just saw this and thought was a horrible idea.
I'm not going to rail on you since you don't have a kid. Playboy nah....that's bad logic. You NEVER want the baby bottle to be dirty in any fashion. Now, if you have a modern dishwasher you could just use the sanitation cycle. If you're a regular person, you could just boil water and let the bottle get disinfected that way. Electric tea kettle if boiling water is too hard (somehow)....

Proper handling of liquids and its containers though is beyond key to a healthy baby. You can let your future baby go to daycare to get their fair share of germs.

When it comes to babies though....clean hands, clean diapers, clean bottles.
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Also surprised these are popular, we're on our second daughter and used something like this only a couple times ever. We been giving both our kids cold bottles straight out the fridge though so no time saved with having warm bottles ready.
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Welcome to BabyCenter. You are now being redirected to Slickdeals. 😂
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Can plastic and silicone bottles be used in this warmer or will it damage them?
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