Lifefactory reusable bottles are the perfect answer to the plastic sippy cup conundrum. At this stage of the game, most parents are aware of the dangers of BPA that is often found in plastic cups, bowls and the very things we use to feed our children. Although we can find relief from the harms of BPA by buying BPA free products, I can't help but wonder what else is in the plastic items? Although I was a breast feeding mama, the need for bottles did arise and I only used glass bottles. I wish knew about Lifefactory glass, reusable bottles then!
Did you know that Lifefactory has glass bottles that can be fitted with three different types of mouth pieces or caps? Lifefactory bottles grow with your child. First use them as a baby bottle, then fit them with the sippy mouthpiece and after that they are perfect for snack bags and to bring to school. Worried about your child carrying a glass bottle? Not anymore, Lifefactory bottles come with a protective silicone "lace" cover that is strong and protects the bottle from the inevitable drops.
Lifefactory is introducing Baby Bundle gift sets just in time for the holidays. They are available in boy, girl or neutral color sets. Giving a gift that is purposeful, environmentally friendly and durable is always a priority for me when selecting a gift. The Lifefactory bundles make the perfect new baby gift, shower present and would be great to give (or get!) for the holidays.
I love using my Lifefactory bottle as my water is clean tasting, I can easily add ice cubes, and I feel confident that ALL I'm drinking is my water, sans harmful chemicals! Now, I have the same confidence in the containers my children are using, once you switch to Lifefactory bottles, you'll never switch back. No aftertaste, no BPA, no phthalates, and no PVC. I love that I can see the contents of the bottle, know that they are clean and safe and are appropriate for milk as well as water. Lifefactory bottles are an ecologically alterative to plastic and disposable cups.
Click hereto purchase Lifefactory bundles. I will happily note that Lifefactory bottles and parts are made in the USA and Europe!
I will note that while out shopping recently, I found Lifefactory bottles (two sizes, 9 oz. and 16 oz.) at The Container Store and they were reasonably priced.
Michelle is a SAHM and self-described '??green'? fashionista. She is a NYC woman, turned burbs mama, raising her 2 B'??s in an eco conscious manner. She blogs about natural parenting & green living and all things mama at www.everythingsabuzz.com. Find her on twitter @queentob. Have a fashion question? Look for the new Syncing Your Stylesection on the Momtrends facebook page or tweet us your fashion questions at @momtrends!
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