No BPA Concern With Glass Baby Bottles

Having a baby can be stressful. There are just so many things to do and think of. You are always worried about whether or not you are making the wrong or right choice. For a parent, it is not only the big things that are a stress. It is the little things too. The laundry, the never ending laundry, packing the diaper bag when you are going out or everyday when you are going to work is another stress that you have to tackle. Doing the food shopping and of course, making sure everything is clean and sterilized including your glass baby bottles.

There are so many different types of things and products out there for babies today. So many different types of pacifiers, diapers, baby wipes, diaper cream and baby bottles. The newest concern today is that of BPA, a chemical that was once very common in baby bottles. This chemical was used in a lot of plastic baby bottles, cups and pacifiers. The concern was that the chemical was released when heated to a certain temperature which would make using a dishwasher to clean them or a warmer to warm them possible harmful to your child.

To eliminate this concern many manufacturers have stopped using this chemical. If you want to avoid any worry about the chemical coming into contact with your child try using glass baby bottles. This will make feeding on the go a little more difficult but will ultimately relieve any stress that you may have when it comes to plastics and your baby.

When packing a diaper bag you have to have a checklist in your head. Start at the beginning of your day and go through what you do on a normal basis. Make sure you have everything you need. Extra onesies, extra socks, extra clothing area must when you have a little one. When it comes to bibs think about how many meals your child is going to have while you are out or at work. Then make sure you pack twice as many bibs. This will allow for those unplanned spit ups. Make sure you pack diaper cream, diapers and of course do not forget nail clippers and their favorite toy. If your child takes a pacifier, make sure you pack two.

Do not let packing the diaper bag become a chore. If you keep it relatively packed and replaces things that you use as you go it will become less of a chore and more of a routine. It is not a bad idea to keep an extra small diaper bag in your car at all times. This will help you to avoid those uh-oh moments when you are out longer than you plan. You can never be too prepared.

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