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Mom feeds her baby food from a bottle of tomato sauce after wrestling with us every other bottle


The hilarious moment when girl refuses to drink milk from anything but a bottle of TOMATO SAUCE: ‘I’ve tried everything, it’s all she wants’

  • Thousands of mothers often struggle with the transition from breast to bottle feeding
  • Now an Australian mom has chosen to use a bottle of tomato sauce to feed her baby
  • She shared the results in several now viral TikTok videos
  • Some parents were confused while others said it is vital that the baby is fed

An Australian mother has shared a unique and funny solution for feeding her daughter who refuses to eat from a standard bottle.

After trying “every” plastic bottle, the frustrated mom chose to try a clean tomato sauce bottle — and remarkably, it worked right away.

Are you having trouble switching from breast to bottle? Try this,” she wrote in a now viral TikTok video.

Another video shows how her baby drinks the formula from the sauce bottle without complaining.

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Are you having trouble switching from breast to bottle?  Give this a try,

An Australian mom has surprised thousands online by choosing to bottle feed her with a clean bottle of tomato sauce

Another clip shows her baby happily drinking from the sauce bottle filled with formula (pictured)

Another clip shows her baby happily drinking from the sauce bottle filled with formula (pictured)

The bizarre tip shocked thousands of parents online and one video has since been viewed a whopping 3.4 million times.

As expected, other moms had a series of burning questions to ask.

“Okay, but how did you decide to try the sauce bottle one day?” wrote a woman.

The mother explained herself and said, ‘She wouldn’t take a bottle, she would drink from a syringe… a syringe is made of hard plastic and so is the tomato sauce bottle,’ she said.

‘So [I] thought why don’t you give it a try.’

In another short TikTok video, the mother showed her daughter resisting feeding a baby bottle, but happily using the sauce bottle instead.

Others were incredulous and couldn’t believe the trick worked.

“This is a joke, isn’t it?” one person wrote.

“Desperate times call for desperate measures…I think at some point you would look in frustration at anything that could potentially be liquid,” wrote another.

A third wrote: ‘I think this is brilliant…but I’m curious why you even thought of trying the sauce bottle at all.’

Others supported the woman and outlined other struggling mothers often faced in the transition from breastfeeding to bottle feeding.

“I’ve seen babies hospitalized and tube fed because they wouldn’t take a bottle and they were starving. I’m glad you found something that works!’ said a woman.

“My mom always said food is best, so… do what works, it’s your kid at the end of the day,” added another.

“I don’t know what the problem is…if the baby wants to eat like this and Mommy needs a break or can’t breastfeed, what more could people want?” another wrote.

The World Health Organization and the National Health and Medical Research Council in Australia recommend that you breastfeed your child without any other liquids or solids for at least six months.

Between 12 and 24 months, breast-feeding should be continued in combination with solid foods.

But in some cases, mothers are unable to breastfeed and choose bottle feeding as a suitable alternative.

What to look for when buying baby bottles:

Flow is important, so pay attention to the flow number on the teat. The smaller the number, the smaller the current

Buy only one at a time to see if baby decides to refuse it

Think about how old or how big your baby is in relation to the volume of the baby bottle you buy

Inconvenient and difficult to clean parts, bottle brushes and sterilization kits should all be considered when buying bottles

Source: mother central


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