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Two Dads Invent Boob-Shaped Baby Bottle To Help Mothers With Easier Feeding Time

The Nanobébé heats breastmilk much faster and is easier to use for infants.

A baby’s feeding time can be time-consuming and difficult for most parents. Luckily, two awesome dads decided to invent a special feeding bottle that can easily warm breast milk and comfort infants.

Ayal Lanternari came up with the idea while trying to feed his son in the middle of the night. The young father thought there might be a faster way to heat the milk so he could feed the baby sooner. Lanternari pitched the idea to his friend Asaf Kehat and the two dads came up with Nanobébé, the feeding bottle shaped like a woman’s breast.

These awesome dads came up with the amazing invention that can help in breastfeeding.

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The Nanobébé’s unique design was made for the parents as well as the baby. The feeding bottle causes the milk to spread out in a thinner layer so it doesn’t need to be heated up. This way, the infant can drink the breast milk sooner rather than wait for it to heat up. In addition to that, the important nutrients in the milk will not be damaged due to prolonged heating.

The bottle’s shape makes it easier for the baby to latch on and drink comfortably. The Nanobébé is also easier to grasp for little fingers. It might also help the infant transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding.

“Refusal to transition from breast to bottle is a point of concern for many parents upon mom’s return to work or simply when she needs to be away from baby for a period of time,” Kehat said. “Our bottle makes it easier for moms to combine breast and bottle feeding and provides an experience second only to direct breastfeeding.”

The bottle is easy to use and surprisingly affordable.

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The two dads also designed the Nanobébé so that fathers can participate in feeding their babies while ensuring the child’s comfort.

Nanobébé also boasts of an anti-colic system and a stackable design for easy storage. Each bottle retails for $10.99.

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