Monday, March 10, 2014

Pura Kiki Stainless Steel Infant Bottle Giveaway!


Adorable colors! And they come with a cover as well!
Did you use a bottle to feed your child? If your child was anything like mine, you had to try several before they would actually feed from one. I went back to school (once a week) shortly after M was born, so my husband had to take care of her during those times. And she was so small that she needed to eat every few hours. So I pumped, he fed. And M resisted many a bottle. We tried several (including Pura Kiki) before she finally took the Medela bottle that had come with my pump. Of course. She screamingly refused all others. Prior to her birth, we had purchased several stainless steel bottles made by Pura. Called Pura Kiki, these bottles were BPA free and had no plastic components. I was sold. Also, they are amazingly adorable. I actually bought quite a few of them, and only ever ended up trying one. So I have an entire unused set left over that I thought I would give away to one lucky reader. They retail for $45 on Amazon, so they are a bit pricey. Good luck!!!

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Was your baby fussy like mine and would only take a certain bottle? Which one did they prefer?
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40 comments:

  1. My cousin's baby wasn't fussy like yours & has no preference but I think these Pura Kiki's would be a nice change to plastic. Never knew they existed.
    [akto987@]

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  2. My first baby wasn't fussy at all and had no bottle preference so long as he got fed! My second baby is still on the way, so I'll see soon!

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  3. My first is on the way this summer, so we soon shall see! I hope that the little one will take to the Pura Kiki, because I love the idea too! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  4. My baby cousin wasn't picky but I love these bottles! I hope to be able to try them out!

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  5. I don´t have babies yet, but I know for sure that I don´t want them to drink from plastic anything, either glass or stainless, and I would rather it being stainless and this is a great way to go, so I hope to win. I am going to buy some anyways too, but it is always great to win some and brag (to your friends) about the benefits.

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  6. I never had any children. I am entering so I can donate these to a battered women's shelter

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  7. Stephanie FriedersdorffMarch 23, 2014 at 8:11 PM

    I work at a daycare, so this would be great donation to the class rooms.

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  8. I've been pretty lucky that no matter what I gave my girls or in what container (including me) they seemed to adapt. It's more about what I prefer! ;)

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  9. My daughter went from nursing to a sippy cup - she absolutely refused any type of bottle (and we tried many) or soother. Once we figured out that she would drink from the cup, we had a happy girl (and Mom)!

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  10. I am expecting my first child in September so i don't know how he or she will be but if you have nothing but good things to say about these bottles i would love to win some to give it a try!

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  11. Yep. My stubborn little stinker would/will only drink out of the Breastflow bottles. Literally, he has been at my mother's, screaming and screaming with hunger - and refusing to drink his milk (that he usually drinks at home) out of the bottle she had there.

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  12. Unfortunately my first refused a bottle completely, so this time I am hoping I might be able to try introducing a bottle earlier which might work.

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  13. My babies weren't extremely fussy. But one of my girls would only take the drop ins bottles. My nephew is having a baby now

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  14. My babies weren't really very fussy but we used Born Free bottles but they had so many parts!

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  15. My niece hasn't been born yet - but I hope she won't be!

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  16. my babies only like the gerber regular old plastic bottles with the rubber nipples. They were their favorites.

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  17. i changed around a lot because my baby had colic. :( i had never heard of these before but they look really cool.

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  18. My first wasn't fussy but we'll see about the second!

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  19. I dont have any children yet but Id love to win these for my friend Melanie who is very eco friendly :)
    crazyweirdo33@yahoo.com

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  20. No, my little one wasn't too fussy - just hungry all the time! Hoping my new one on the way won't be too fussy either.

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  21. My niece was not fussy at all, but my nephew is

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  22. None of my babies have been picky about bottles. I used the Parents Choice bottles this time. I had used Playtex bottles before.

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  23. both my babys were very easy, I was very lucky. No fussiness

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  24. My babies weren't really fussy, but I have a little grand that is.
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  25. I did have a fussy baby but she didn't care which bottle she had
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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  26. My first baby only used Medela bottles. Our second will be here any day, so I'm not sure what he'll like yet. :)

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  27. My son was not really fussy when he was a little baby.

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  28. My daughter wasn't fussy about what bottle she took.

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  29. The bun is in the oven :) so I dont know yet.

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  30. Mine did not really care so I guess I was really lucky

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  31. I had my babies in the days where there was one type of nipple~ My kids have a lot of choices now for my grandkids, and since they all nurse, the natural shaped nipples are well liked by the babies.

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  32. My girls would only take the Platex nurser.

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  33. I work at a daycare, so this would be great donation to the class rooms.

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