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I am pregnant with my 4th child right now and am always looking for new products that I can use with my kids that are easy to use and convenient.  I was excited to find out about Playtex drop-ins bottle system because the drop in liners are really a convenient option especially when you are on the go.  You really don’t have to worry about your bottles not being cleaned out right away because you can just throw the liner away!  We were sold on the product and have bought more of these bottles and liners so we will be well stocked when the baby comes!

I love that this bottle mimics breastfeeding and helps to reduce gas, colic and spit-up.  Personally, I haven’t been able to successfully nurse my babies for personal reasons so I really have been on the look out for a bottle that can have beneficial features to help my baby. This bottle is so easy to use and perfect for what I look for in a bottle.  They conveniently come in two sizes so you can use the smaller one when your baby is a newborn and the larger one when they start to eat more.  

About Playtex Drop-ins Bottle Systems


We call it baby’s intuition: it’s the sucking, swallowing, and breathing rhythm
that comes naturally to breastfeeding babies. It’s also the inspiration for our
Drop-Ins® System — clinically shown to deliver an experience that mimics
breastfeeding to reduce gas, colic and spit-up*.

As the #1 pediatrician recommended bottle brand**, Playtex has designed
innovative solutions that are simple and intuitive so bottle feeding is made
easy and parents can enjoy more moments with their baby.


Unique features of the Playtex® Drop-Ins® System include:


Only brand that has pre-sterilized, disposable, soft liners that collapse
and contract like the breast to allow the baby to control the flow of
milk and prevent air from entering to reduce spit-up
Pump, store and feed directly in the liners for easy and secure
milk storage
Convenient liners ensure a fresh, pre-sterilized bottle at every


Patented NaturaLatch® soft, wide nipple work like the breast to
promote latch-on, minimize nipple confusion and prevent the
unnecessary gasping and gulping of air

Additional benefits:
Slow flow gives baby the right amount
BPA-Free and Phthalate-Free
Available in 4oz and 8oz sizes
Retail Price: 1 PK: $3.49 – $4.49


Visit to learn more about the Playtex® Drop-Ins®
System and all other Playtex Infant Care products.

How about a giveaway?
One lucky Momsreview4you reader will win Playtex Drop-In bottles!

Here are some great feeding tips for you:


New parents are filled with joy and excitement upon bringing home their newborn, yet this time can also be overwhelming. To help address the anxiety that new moms face during this time, Playtex partnered with Dr. Laura Jana, a renowned pediatrician and co-author of the award- winning, newly released second edition of the book, Heading Home With Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality.

A recent survey by Playtex found that nearly half of moms-to-be are concerned about
establishing a healthy feeding routine for their baby.1 Here, Dr. Jana provides some simple tips to help new parents adjust to parenthood and the important role they play in feeding their newborns.

*Comfortable Feedings: Feeding your baby is one of the first and most important things
you’ll do as a new parent. One way to help ensure both you and your baby are more
relaxed and comfortable during feeding sessions is to register for or purchase a comfortable feeding chair. Armrests can provide both extra support and, in some cases, even extra storage. Some women also prefer to prop their feet up on a nursing stool or ottoman to help relieve stress on their legs and back. Many nursing moms also find nursing pillows to be very helpful. These are specially-designed pillows that typically encircle your waist and can ease the strain on your back, shoulders and neck and spare you some unnecessary aches and pains.

*Baby “Supply Kit”: Once you’ve gotten comfortable with your feeding routine, you may find it useful to create a “feeding supply kit.” This isn’t a formal kit, but rather a set of practical feeding supplies that you can easily take with you from room-to-room. This will allow you to have everything you need – burp cloths, a blanket or nursing cover up, a bottle of water for you, for example – all within arms reach when you sit down to feed your baby. It’s also useful to have extra diapers, wipes, a change of clothing and a diaper changing mat ready to go so that these inevitably necessary items will be handy regardless of the room you’re in.

*Babies, Bubbles and Burping: Many moms hope to allow others to participate in the
feeding experience and even continue breastfeeding after returning to work. This is great
because it allows babies to get the benefits of breast milk even longer. Angled bottles,
disposable nurser bags, and bottles with built-in vents, or flow and control systems are all
designed to help decrease the amount of air that babies swallow. Consider using a bottle,
like the Playtex® Drop-Ins® system, that keeps air from mixing with the milk, meaning less air in babies’ tummies.

*Moms on the Go: For nursing moms who plan to return to work, and even for those moms
who simply want more flexibility with feeding, a breast pump can be a perfect item to
consider purchasing or putting on your registry. In general, the more pumping you plan on
doing, the more you want to invest in a good quality, double pump. For added convenience, there are now electric pumps available that actually allow you to pump directly into bottle liners that can then be used for storage and feeding – all without having to transfer any breast milk! For nursing moms returning to work, it also may be helpful to talk with someone in HR about your company’s breastfeeding policies and accommodations. Ask about a private place you can go for pumping, and talk to any co-workers who are also moms for additional tips on how they made pumping work for them in the workplace.

For more helpful information on caring for your new baby from Dr. Jana and Playtex, check outher book, Heading Home with Your Newborn: From Birth to Reality and visit

While there, be sure to enter the “Brilliance in a Bottle” Sweepstakes. The grand prize winner will receive $2,500 to complete their registry, an in-person meeting with Dr. Jana and a copy ofher book. Additional prizes include $100 gift cards, PlaytexBaby Bottles Gift Sets, phones essions with Dr. Jana and copies of Dr. Jana’s book.

NO PURCHASE NECESSARY. Must be 18 or older to enter (19 if Al or NE, 21 if MS). Void
outside the U.S. 50/D.C., elsewhere and where prohibited. SEE OFFICIAL RULES:

You can also connect with other moms-to-be and enter to win great Playtex products on our Facebook page at:

The Heading Home with Your Newborn Survey was conducted from November 8-14, 2010 as a self-administered online survey by Richard Day Research, a national, independent market research firm, on behalf of Playtex. Results for this survey are based on interviews with 1,015 mothers ages 18 and older. The survey included 505 expectant mothers and 510 mothers of infants ages -12 months old. The sample is weighted to reflect the age, region, race and ethnicity of this population as estimated by the U.S.Census Bureau Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP). With a pure probability sample of this size, one could say with a 95 percent probability that the results based on the total sample of mothers have a sampling error of +/- 3 percentage points. Results based only on the sample of expectant mothers or mothers of infants would have a sampling error of +/- 4 percentage points.

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