Some babies will be receptive to their first bottle feeding, while others will take longer to get used to the new feeding method.
Because feeding with the anti colic breastfeeding bottle is a new skill for your child, you need to be patient, calm, positive and consistent.
Some babies may be more willing to accept bottle feeding if they are lethargic or not very hungry, and you will find that this is the best time to use an anti colic and reflux bottle with breast milk.
For a mother returning to work, the biggest worry is that her baby doesn't accept feeding from a bottle. We don't think your child will remember this skill permanently after being bottle fed a few weeks ago.
This skill requires constant practice, and bottle-feeding "vacations" (eg, 5 to 7 days without a bottle practice) should be avoided, and some children work just fine with a few occasional bottle sessions.
Others, however, refuse to re-use the non colic feeding bottle after a while, even though they have been comfortable with an anti colic breastfeeding bottle before, and once they start using the anti colic and reflux bottle, the baby's familiarity should be maintained.
Anti colic breastfeeding bottles can usually be used every other day, or 3 to 4 times a week. In a familiarity exercise, babies don't need to drink a full bottle, but 30ml is enough.
Family members and caregivers should be encouraged to have close physical contact when bottle-feeding, and to change feeding positions multiple times, and to have pauses to interact with the child during feedings.
Your baby should be bottle-fed with yoboo anti colic milk bottle in a semi-upright sitting position with the nipple almost level (although full of milk), which helps the baby better control the flow and avoid choking on too much milk.
In a typical 'side hug' style bottle feeding position, the flow of milk in the bottle is faster due to gravity, so your child needs to drink faster to keep up with the flow, and the semi-upright sitting position helps to adjust the feeding rhythm.
If your child takes a break from feeding, or takes deep breaths, this prompts the caregiver to remove the bottle, talk to him or her or pat for burp, or take a break from feedings.
If your child is happy and actively sucking on the yoboo anti colic breastfeeding bottles, there is no need to pull out the bottle because 5 minutes has passed or baby has consumed 30ml. Instead, wait for a natural pause, remove the bottle, and then make eye contact, interaction or pat the baby for burp.
Caregivers are reminded not to hold the bottle, as this can lead to choking, and they should have physical and social interaction with the child during feedings.