organicKidz was founded back in 2008 by a mother, Jane. She wanted to provide children and parents with a toxin free, unbreakable alternative to the plastic and glass bottles that are available on the market today. organicKidz has taken off in a storm and is sold in many countries and is becoming the most popular bottle available on the market. It was named a Top baby product of 2012 by NBC’s The Today Show.
Sweet Southern Lovin had the opportunity to work with organicKidz. My sister in law was due with a little boy any day and I knew I wanted for my little nephew to have the best he could. I received the 9oz Narrow Necked Spotty Bottle. These bottles are really amazing. They keep the formula hot or cold for up to 6 hours. Which this is great because with kids, you can’t afford for whatever is in the bottle to go to waste. The lid on this bottle can also double as a measuring cup or even a snack cup, so its like 3 things in one. The nipple that comes with it is a fast nipple, but a generic slow nipple can fit on it. The bottle also features a silicone leak proof sealing disk so that if it spills over in the diaper bag it wont leak out and get on everything. My little nephew was born a month early and has had a problem drinking out of regular bottles. He had horrible acid reflux and really bad gas. While I was visiting one day, I told my sister in law to try this bottle out with on of the slow flow nipples and sure enough he had no problem drinking out of it and gave a nice burp and went straight to sleep. These bottles are a must have in any household when little babies are involved.
Head on over here and get a bottle like the one I reviewed for only $23.99. They also have tons of other bottles and goodies for your little ones. Head on over here and check out the entire line of organicKidz. Head over here to find a store near you that sells organicKids.
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