Breastfed baby not taking bottle, what can I do?

Some babies just do not like taking a bottle, but don't give up until you have tried different types of nipples and different flows of nipple. Sometimes it is trial and error before you find one they will finally accept. Personally I found the Playtex drop ins like in the picture to be the easiest to transition with.

Breastfed baby not taking bottle, what can I do?
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    05/05/14
    Huh. I don't think I've ever seen that one. I didn't have trouble getting Maddie to drink, and we started with Tommee Tippee bottles. I liked them because they looked like boobs, lol, and I got enough at my shower to cover.

    Nipple flow is very important to play with, I agree!
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      05/05/14
      8Theresa Gould
      Those are what my mom used with my youngest sister, and what my sisters used with their boys.
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        05/06/14
        Playtex drop ins are nice there are many different kinds of nipples that can help in transitioning... you may have to play the game of finding which one works for you... but my suggestion is the wide mouthed nipple because they always resemble the breast better than the smaller ones!
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