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... With my daughter, we never boiled water for her formula. I never even thought about it to be honest. But her dr said city water was fine straight from the tap, and like you said, it's because of the flouride. But now where we live, we have well water. ... (6 replies)
... if you are thinking of carting around bottled water why not just fill regular baby bottles with cooled boiled water then add the formula as the feeds are required? ... (4 replies)
... My mum kept telling me to feed my dd water too. However, she didn't breastfeed which meant stools become harder if only having formula. When I changed to formula and supplimented solids I soon realised that water is necessary especially each time she had solids. ... (7 replies)

... month old during the day as a job. I already have a son but was trying to remember everything I used to do when it came to preparing bottles. The mom brings me boiled water for the baby's bottles. It is cold by the time I use it so I heat it in the microwave. ... (7 replies)
Formula Question
Mar 18, 2007
... why don't you make bottles from fresh as you need them? i keep bottles of cooled boiled water at the ready (keep them for 24 hours) then just add the powder when i need a bottle then heast upt he bottle much quicker and germs are less likely to breeed than in bottles made and stored in the fridge. in the uk it is recommended or bottles ar emade from fresh as i described... (5 replies)
Making up Bottles
Jan 21, 2009
... I boil filtered water in an electric pot then pour it into a thermos. A thermos is actually an insulated vacuum container with a pump dispenser that holds the water temperature so the water stays hot or cold and sometimes called a Pump Pot. You can find it in store for less than 17 bucks. ... (25 replies)
... Is she breastfed or formula fed? ... (10 replies)
... so the water isn't even all that hot... ... (10 replies)
... I have never boiled the water for my little girls formula. I do however use the nursery water which contains flouride. I don't drink water from the tap myself, so i figure if i don't drink it why should i make her. Our city water has been tested and it isn't good. I would want to drink. ... (6 replies)
... ing them in the fridge as i read string in fridge causes the milk to breed more germs this way than made fresh bottles i hope this makes sense. cooled bottles of boiled water remain sterile for 24 hours and don't need to be kept in the fridge either. ... (6 replies)
... Not alot for a 6 week old I'm afraid. Its OK to give her some cooled boiled water, some babies need extra fluid which will make it easier to go. ... (5 replies)
... I alway use hot water from the tap, but I too freaked out about that in the beginning because in the good old days people boiled it. With breast milk I warmed it in a pot of water on the stove. I have nuked formula before... ... (7 replies)
... boiled water, and put some of the powdered formula in a separate tupperware container. Nothing needs to be refrigerated, and when I need it I just mix and serve. ... (6 replies)
... it's well water, but treated. At the lake, even though the water from the private well has been tested. So just to be safe, I bring out bottled drinking water. I have never boiled my water. ... (8 replies)
... so he mostly gets solids all day. Plus he was sick the other day and the doctor put him on pedalyte for 24 hours in place of formula and solids, and I didn't see any orange goo while he was on it. ... (8 replies)
... I use either our bottled water or our tap water, we have well water, I have done this with 2 kids now with no problems. ... (7 replies)
... I never boiled the water either. I think it depends on the water and the parent. As far as heating breast milk. I always use hot water from the tap. Sometimes if my milk is frozen I microwave the water to make a little hotter than the tap. I've never used the stove. Is that okay? ... (7 replies)
Powdered Formula
Sep 5, 2005
... Also, do you think I could use room temperature bottled water and not have to heat it up? ... (12 replies)
... To be ont he safe side l use boiled tap water and then keep it in a flask. ... (8 replies)
Burping problems
Sep 16, 2005
... l am breast feeding and giving occasional formula too. I find that after breast feeding my dd will bring a burp up, however with formula it can take a while and sometimes she doesnt always burp as she falls asleep. ANy advice? ... (7 replies)

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