My family was surprised when I decided to use glass baby bottles. Sure, they know I’m down on plastic, BPA, and all that jazz. But glass? Didn’t I remember what happened to every single glass given from my wedding registry? Didn’t I remember: “Julie, um, you have slippery fingers.”
So, today (and I’m surprised it has not happened earlier) I dropped a glass bottle from the kitchen counter to the ceramic tile floor. And…
It didn’t break! Ha ha! Hoorah for Coddletime bottles and their snazzy silicone sleeve.
Here are the specs:
Made of borosilicate glass, the same kind of glass used in laboratories due to its superior strength, durability and ability to resist thermal shock, making it extra safe for your little one. Borosilicate glass is also much lighter than traditional glass that is used for baby bottles.
- Extremely resistant to high heat and breakage
- Lightest glass baby bottle on the market
- Soft, wide and stretchy nipples mimic breastfeeding action, preventing nipple confusion
- The semi-transparent food grade silicone bottle wrap protects from scratches and allows for easy viewing of contents inside
- Non-toxic, BPA, lead, PVC and Phthalate free
- Microwave and dishwasher safe
- Winner of iParenting’s 2009 Best Product and 2009 Hottest Product awards
- World’s first borosilicate glass feeding bottle
- Packaging is made with eco-friendly materials
And they didn’t pay me to say all that. I didn’t even get a free bottle out of the deal.
Meanwhile, I hate using the bottle and check the mail daily for my SNS. But I continue to pump and persuade comfort nursing as much as possible.