Friday, September 17, 2021

Baby Bottle Labels | Baby Koala Land

Being a breastfeeding mum, i can totally relate to the sleepless nights, the late night pumpings, the commitment to your little one to make sure that they get the benefits of breastmilk. Since my first baby, i was told that breastmilk is best, but the 2 years commitment is a long period of time to think about. Nevertheless, being a mom, we always tend to want the best for our kids, so we'd do anything to ensure that they get the best of what we can give. Well, in today's post, i'll be sharing a review on baby bottle labels by Baby Koala. 

Dont take these labels for granted as i believe that especially when they're reusable, there is always a need to make your life as a breastfeeding mum easier. The reason why i got this is because, one, im occasionally pumping for my baby when i need to get some house chores and work done, (which my husband would take over during feeding time), and two, to basically remind yourself on the freshness of the milk. i know some of us use breastfeeding storage bags to store milk, but i personally like to use this to keep as a reminder on when it was pumped to monitor the condition

Introducing to you the Baby Koala Baby Bottle Labels! Other that being really colourful, it has been designed to be strechable, washable, rewritable, and not to forget that it's also environmentally friendly. I find these labels a great hand in doing their part to may any mummy's life easier. Each pact contains 4 Bottle Labels and 1 Marker Pen. It's uniquely designed for milk storage bottles and reusable labels for daily use, which also means, you can use this for your kitchen needs as well! 

Generally i would say that these labels would come in handy to help parents and childcare providers easily identify the milk bottles and also act as a reminder on how much to feed your child at a time. With the marker provided, you can just write any details you wish on the label, from the name of your child, to what time to feed your baby. With this label, you can say bye bye to adhesive labels and save the environment by using these bottle labels that would definitely last a long time, as when your baby outgrows it, you can still use it in the kitchen as well. 

Now, in case youre wondering on how to reuse this, even if the marker provided ran out of ink, you can use any marker pen and easily erase it with water. I have no clue how this silicon material works, but it works! The silicon labels are very stretchy and flexible, making them universal and easy to snug around any type of milk bottles. In terms of safety, the material is made out of high-quality food-grade silicone that is BPA, BPS, PVC and phthalate free. What's there not to love?

Personally, i would like to share with you how i use it. Usually, when my supply is low, i'll have a hard time feeding my baby, so i'll opt to get my stored milk (in a bottle) from the freezer and use it to fill my little one's tummy so that he can nap. They say that when your baby's tummy is full, thats when they usually sleep. So keeping milk and supplying milk is crucial. You'll never know when you'll need it on a rainy day. And with these labels, it's pretty easy to set a reminder on when it was defrosted, so that each time i use stored milk, there's a reminder to keep me up to date. 

All in all, i would say that it's a great addition to add to your parenting lifestyle as it not only organizes a mummy's schedule but its also reusable since it has been designed to be durable and long lasting. Nevertheless, my favorite time of using this would be when i drop my little one off at daycare when i need to run errands. These labels make it a great reminder for the carer's to be aware of when is feeding time. It comes in a pack of 4 and each pack retails at RM49.90, making each costing roughly RM12.50. Pretty affordable if you ask me, especially when its going to last you a really long time. Well, thats all for my review and sharing today, and if you'd like to check it out yourself, feel free to checkout the official sites below. 

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