Not sure if you guys know that I’m new to the whole breastfeeding scene even after having three kids. Fun fact; I never produced any milk with Jayleen or Hazel. So you could imagine the excitement I had when I realized I could produce for baby James.
Nanobebe bottles were the first bottles I introduced James to. Other than the fact that they looks super cool, the design also serves a purpose; it preserves the nutrients in your breastmilk. I also love how the milk spreads evenly across the surface area and warms up quickly and evenly (unlike every other bottle I’ve used).
For decades, baby bottles have been cylindrical—a design that, while functional, can be confusing for breastfed infants and problematic for parents who need to heat milk quickly and evenly. So longtime friends Ayal Lanternari and Asaf Kehat set out to make a better one: Nanobébé ($11, excluding accessories like warmer and drying rack). With more surface area
A dad frustrated by the difficulties of feeding his three month old baby at night has invented a radical new breast-shaped bottle to make parent’s lives easier. Nanobébé’s unique design causes the milk to spread out into a thinner layer. By expanding the milk’s surface area, this allows it to warm up quickly. Read Article
It was the middle of the night and Ayal Lanternari was rushing to warm up refrigerated breast milk for his three-month-old baby. His son, Daniel, was hungry and there was nothing Lanternari could do to speed up the process. The only safe way to heat up cold or frozen breast milk is by putting it under