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Philips AVENT Newborn Starter Set £10.00 (was £19.55) @ Asda

£10.00 @ George (Asda George)
Philips AVENT Newborn Starter Set now £10 Both instore and on-line Read More
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
Philips AVENT Newborn Starter Set now £10

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#1
Good deal.I don't think I've ever seen these reduced.
1 Like #2
Voted hot.

That's a great deal if you choose bottles, but remember it's free to breastfeed ;-)
#3
orchid85
Voted hot.

That's a great deal if you choose bottles, but remember it's free to breastfeed ;-)


Yea-i managed a year breast feeding both of mine-but only by supplimenting with bottle feeds after about 10 weeks.
#4
Dont forget £4.95 postage
1 Like #5
orchid85
Voted hot.

That's a great deal if you choose bottles, but remember it's free to breastfeed ;-)


it might be free to breastfeed but not all people are able to and it is quotes like that and those posters in hospital which just put pressure on the people unable to and can cause depression.

please think before making that sort of offhand statement
#6
sjaddy
it might be free to breastfeed but not all people are able to and it is quotes like that and those posters in hospital which just put pressure on the people unable to and can cause depression.

please think before making that sort of offhand statement


Well said sjaddy!

I've just given birth to baby #4 & for the first time felt totally confident in asking the midwife on my ward for a bottle of formula. She tried to talk me round with a wee 'breast is best' talk but realised very quickly that I knew what I wanted & wasn't going to crumble under pressure!

I feel sorry for first time mums who feel compelled to do what the midwife wants rather than what feels best for her.
#7
hot, hot from me avent bottles are never reduced, i love avent bottles and they are the only bottles my baby would take. thanks for posting..im going to check my local asda, hope its in-store too.
#8
bumbelbee
hot, hot from me avent bottles are never reduced, i love avent bottles and they are the only bottles my baby would take. thanks for posting..im going to check my local asda, hope its in-store too.


Picked one up instore today, excellent price. :thumbsup:
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orchid85
Voted hot.

That's a great deal if you choose bottles, but remember it's free to breastfeed ;-)



I agree :) im still bf both of mine but bottles come in handy for us too for expressing.
great deal
1 Like #10
not to worry, but inform - I feel its only right - r these bottles Bisphenol A, or BPA free, check out to news link to get an idea - find out about the dangers of these bottles - other countries have banned the use of such chemicals for baby bottles
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/7384856.stm
p.s. I breastfeed my children, up until 1 years old and the other 6 months. But also used bottles to feed them breastmilk, when I wasn't around. so useful to know, even if you breastfeed.

If you do use bottles, use glass or Bisphenol A, or BPA free type.

The following website is useful the first link is to chart listing safe/not safe plastics and for what they can be used for, the other link giving further information on plastics in general and the risks of certain types
http://www.nontoxiclife.com.au/pdf/SAFE%20USE%20OF%20PLASTICS%20QUICK%20GUIDE.pdf
http://www.nontoxiclife.com.au/index.php?main_page=page&id=28&chapter=0
#11
sjaddy

please think before making that sort of offhand statement


It wasn't offhand. It is FREE to breastfeed. I never expressed an opinion on bottles. I didn't even mention formula and I certainly wasn't trying to make anyone feel uncomfortable. This site is about money saving after all, which is all that my post mentioned.

Many many ladies use expressed milk in bottles which can be fantastic. Mothers (myself included) feel pressure about everything and anything, and breastfeeding shouldn't be a taboo topic. Each to their own.
1 Like #12
I agree breast is best !!! But bottles do come in handy for expressed milk x
1 Like #13
orchid85
It wasn't offhand. It is FREE to breastfeed. I never expressed an opinion on bottles. I didn't even mention formula and I certainly wasn't trying to make anyone feel uncomfortable. This site is about money saving after all, which is all that my post mentioned.

Many many ladies use expressed milk in bottles which can be fantastic. Mothers (myself included) feel pressure about everything and anything, and breastfeeding shouldn't be a taboo topic. Each to their own.


Agreed. If people aren't allowed to express opinions on stuff like this we might as well just close public forums full stop.
#14
I'm not sure of the exact figure, but something like 98-99% of women can physically breastfeed. Some just choose not to, others give up because they don't have the right support
#15
ssouthall6
Agreed. If people aren't allowed to express opinions on stuff like this we might as well just close public forums full stop.


Yes, but by the same token the fact that some people are tee-total doesn't mean that Stella at 5 pence a bottle (or whatever it is) isn't a hot deal, or that we need to hear the pious rantings of those who chose to abstain.

The fact that you don't want to bottle feed doesn't mean this isn't a hot deal for those who do. The purpose of this site is to promote hot deals - clearly not every product voted hot is needed / wanted by every member. Yes it's free to breast feed, but it's free to sit in the dark without a TV and not drinking - doesn't stop people posting about drink and TV deals does it?

Anyway, I have seen breast feeding products posted on here before (breast pumps etc) and I haven't noticed any bottle feeders who felt the need to get on their high horse about that.
#16
Is this not part of the baby fair that has already been posted?
#17
speaking as an outsider to this - it seems it has been taken a little to personally, as parents we want to do our best and at times we hope we have made the right choices, and sometimes we look at back and wished we could have done things differently.

We should all respect each other choices but also listen to each others opinions - life is a continous learning experience, we can all learn from each other new things about the world and new things about ourselves -

and sometimes not take things so personally
#18
Great price. Nice find lucerysmum, thanks.
#19
gizzygoo
Dont forget £4.95 postage


they are instore too if you don't want to pay postage and there is a store near you.

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