Friday, March 21, 2008

wee*go glass bottle.

Not only are these bottles beautiful (available in pink, raspberry, orange, yellow, sky and ocean), they're smart. Babylife, a company grounded in the mission to "provide a new generation of babies and their parents a choice in safe, developmentally-appropriate, and eco-friendly baby products," created the wee go bottle in response to the recent concern of harmful chemicals in plastic baby bottles.
The bottle is covered with a modern sleeve that will help protect the bottle from breakage and also prevent bumping into other articles in your diaper bag. This sleeve is free of plastics and is 100% non-toxic. The bottle and the sleeve can be boiled or put in the dishwasher together. The silicone nipple is latex-free and non-toxic. The plastic ring, plug and cap contain no polycarbonates and are food grade, FDA approved and recyclable. The sleeve provides a good gripping surface during feeding and also a great tactile experience for your baby.

Babylife is proud to give you a choice in using a baby bottle that is bisphenol A, phthalate, PVC and polycarbonate-free.
Modern design fused with scientific research equals a sigh of relief. I like having options. I prefer to play it safe. Right now, it's looking like this is a product to invest in (because the sticker price might be a little high.. but I'll pay for health).

p.s. Not familiar with the toxins in plastic? View resources here.


  1. WOW, delicious to look at too. Would it be wrong to put my 2 yr old back on a bottle, just so I can get one? probably, oh well.

  2. i love the look of these bottles, but not the fact that there is only one level of nipple and no replacement nipples offered. i've been looking into "green to grow" bottles-which are BPA-free plastic. does anyone know much about those? and have a promo code?

  3. FYI-i emailed Wee*go/Babylife and they are working on coming up with different nipple levels. right now the nipple is an intermediate (3-6) month flow. they did tell me that other brands of nipples (that aren't wide-neck) would most likely work with their bottles.


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