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4 eye-catching baby bottles

Check out these stylish new ways to feed your baby.

Comotomo

150 ml: $16, 250 ml: $17,

www.comotomo.com

For the design-conscious baby and mama, meet the Comotomo bottle, a brand that was a recipient of the 2010 IF Product Design Award. Your baby will love the soft, skin-like material of the bottle, which promises to help the little one transition from breast to bottle, and the bottle’s unique air-flow system allows babies to get more milk and less air. Approved by the FDA and BPA-free, Comotomo’s wide-mouth design also makes the bottles easy to clean (also helpful: the fact they can go into the dishwasher — perfect for busy moms everywhere.





The Ba Baby Bottle Holder

$15, www.newinnovashun.com

Baby bottles are great for feeding your baby, but the design leaves a lot to be desired when it comes time for your baby to self-feed. The Ba Baby Bottle Holder is a circle-like encasement for your favorite baby bottle that helps your munchkin feed solo — sometimes as early as three months. The ball-design of the Ba is FDA-approved silicone, BPA-free and features an array of fun colors to get your baby gripping away.



Munchkin’s Click Lock spill-proof cups

$3-$8, www.munchkin.com

Before you know it, your baby will be a toddler and you’ll need some bottle-like toddler cups for when it’s time to make the transition. That’s where Munchkin’s new Click Lock spill-proof cups come in. Available in an array of bright colors and designs (trainer, sippy, straw, flip-straw and big-kid cups), they all feature an advanced leak-preventing design and are BPA-free.

Mimijumi

“Very Hungry” baby bottle (8 oz.), $15; “Not So Hungry” baby bottle (4 oz.), $14

www.thenewmomshop.com

The Mimijumi “Very Hungry” and “Not So Hungry” baby bottles also get high marks for design and functionality. Designed with input from mothers, doctors and lactation experts, the BPA-free Mimijumi (which features a nipple that is breast-like in appearance and texture to help with latching) was conceived as a stylish complement to breast-feeding.