Since Lanisnoh was created more than 25 year ago, it has been the company’s mission to provide encouragement and support to breastfeeding moms. Today’s modern mom, who is often on-the-go or back-to-work, might need to be separated from her baby, but still needs all the help and support available to ensure a successful breastfeeding experience. That is why Lansinoh has introduced the Lansinoh mOmma Bottle, featuring the NaturalWave Peristaltic Nipple.
This revolutionary nipple is based on years of scientific research and allows for seamless transition from breast to bottle and back. It was designed to enable baby to engage in the same actions as when nursing naturally, thereby reducing the potential for artificial nipple preference that can interrupt and derail breastfeeding. By using this nipple, breastfeeding moms can have confidence that their babies will take a bottle with her expressed breastmilk when she is away, but return to the breast when she is back.
In addition to facilitating extended breastfeeding, all Lansinoh mOmma Feeding Bottles and NaturalWave Peristaltic Nipples:
- Feature the patented NaturalWave Peristaltic Nipple based on over 50 years of research
- Allow baby to mimic natural sucking rhythm actions
- Have a wide, rounded nipple base which encourages a wider latch-on which promotes oral, facial and jaw development
- Feature a soft and flexible 100% silicone nipple that is lined internally with specially designed grooves that are made to optimally compress and control milk flow
- Are available in slow, medium and fast flow to meet baby’s changing needs
- Are convenient and hassle-free with a simple one piece design
- Feature AVS AIr Ventilation System reduces intake of gas, a potential cause of colic or spit up
- Incorporate a round bottle shape that is easy and comfortable for baby to hold
- Have a wide design that is easy to pour into and clean
- Are interchangeable with mOmma Non-Spill and Straw cup lids
- Feature protective cover for leak-free, hygienic coverage on-the-go
- Are 100% BPA Free
Lansinoh has always been the brand I used when I went back to work and need to express milk for baby. I trust that their products will be safe and accommodating for my babies. The new line of bottles and drinking sets is handy for breastfeeding moms who are either going back to work or who can not be there for baby’s next feeding. With the special nipple, I feel confident that Clara, who hates all things pacifier so far, will take the bottle and drink the milk that I express, but will still latch on to my breast when I return. The Laninoh Feeding bottle is also unique and cute. It is a round bottle that is easier for baby to hold while she is eating. The round shape means that the bottle is not as tall which always seemed difficult for my little eaters as the bottom of the bottle would fall over and hit them on the head. owie! This chubbier, squat style seems like a little one would hold it and maneuver it quite nicely.
Lansinoh has a whole variety of nursing products that are available at retailers near you. Their new breast pump looks like it would work well. It is a hospital-grade pump at an in-home pump price. I didn’t think I would get a pump for Clara because, frankly, I haven’t ever had a whole lot of luck pumping, and I didn’t want another flimsy one that I was going to be frustrated with. This pump looks like it might be the pump I’ve always dreamed of (if I can honestly say I have dreamed of pumping breastmilk?!).
|Lauralee Saad loves homeschooling her three kiddos: Ballerina, age 8, Big Boy, age 6, and MESS, age 3. She enjoys sewing when she can find a spare corner to set up her machine and dig out fabrics, cooking and baking – especially if the kiddos are helping, and enjoying a good book after the kiddos have gone to bed. She is thrilled to have welcomed a baby girl into the family on March 23, 2012.|
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