Bottle Feeding At Night

To bottle feed at room temperature early in the morning before baby is awake or at night before when baby is asleep, boil a gallon of water at bedtime. This way, the germs are boiled out and, by the time your child wakes up, it'll be at room temperature. Milk or juice jugs are perfect to use. This way you are wasting less plastic and saving money on your bill from using the stove, which takes forever boiling each bottle with a cranky baby, or microwave for 10 second of use each time? It's a huge waste on your bill.


How many times you turn the water on adds up too, 4 oz. every 2 hours. With less plastic bottles being bought, saving money on bills and cases of waters, less cranky baby, saving mommy/daddy energy and time. What more can you ask for?

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