This hands-free hack for feeding your baby is a game-changer: ‘Looks silly but does the job’

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There’s no question that parents have their hands full. Thanks to helpful gadgets like the Beebo Freehand Baby Bottle Holder however, multitasking is possible. 

Feeding time with your baby is super personal, and the Beebo Baby Bottle Holder frees up your hands so you’re able to engage more with your little one while they’re eating. When your hand isn’t holding a bottle, you can use it to read to your baby and even hold your baby more securely. To use the device, simply put the bottle holder over your shoulder and place the baby bottle in the pocket. Once the bottle is in the pocket you can adjust the angle so it’s in an ideal position for your baby. The device is great for parents with disabilities and for those who have limited use of their hands and arms. 

The Beebo – Free Hand Baby Bottle Holder, $29.99

Credit: Amazon

The bottle holder fits all baby bottles on the market including the regular sized Dr. Brown bottles, the wide-neck Dr. Brown Bottles, all sizes of the Tommee Tippee Bottles, Born Free Breeze Bottles, Philips Avent Anti-Colic Baby Bottle, MAM Bottles, Joovy Boob Bottles and even the Playtex Baby VentAire Bottle

A plethora of parents agree in the reviews on Amazon that this invention is a gem. One shopper said that they’d “recommend it to anyone who is looking for help with multitasking!

“I just got my Beebo and so far it’s been great!“ they wrote. “I’ve been working from home and have a toddler so it allows me to type on the computer or help my toddler with whatever she may need while feeding my newborn. I’d recommend it to anyone who is looking for help with multitasking!“

Another customer shared their love for the product. However, they said it takes a few feedings to get used to.

“Helps me work from home easily while feeding baby,“ the customer explained in the review. “Also good for eating and drinking while giving the little one a bottle. The first day using it, the bottle went too far into baby’s mouth and made her vomit. Takes some getting used to. Think of it as a nipple and help to guide your baby’s head to it to allow them to latch on rather than push bottle in baby’s mouth. Avoid any kind of movement while baby is latched to prevent choking/gagging.“ 

And rest assured, this holder works well for dads, too. In a review titled “Looks silly but does the job,” one commenter wrote, “[I] bought this for my sister to use but with breasts it doesn’t lay flat against her chest area for her to use it right, so her husband uses it instead and it works great.”

If you’re a parent who wants to experience something similar to breastfeeding, or you simply need a free hand, this may be your new go-to for feeding time.

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