bottlefeed


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Antonyms for bottlefeed

feed (infants) with a bottle

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Her mum June made her bottlefeed Liz and care for her but it soon became apparent the wild child couldn't be tamed, even by a baby.
A: YES many women find they regain their figures sooner than women who bottlefeed.
The influence of organizations such as WHO is profound and often results in women from developing nations choosing to bottlefeed where they have little access to the pure water supply needed for success.
Kids will also love nearby Longdown Farm, with tractor rides, play areas and baby goats to bottlefeed.
I grew up in the UK so I knew what my children needed as babies and I could make an informed choice about whether to breast or bottlefeed.
But he now can't even help Gillian bottlefeed Jack and even lifting the kettle or holding a shopping bag has been made impossible.
Emma Neat, 27, of Coundon, Coventry, mum of five-weekold Josiah, Malachi, aged four, and one-year-old Elijah who runs two toddler groups in Spon End said: "Breastfeeding is free and very easy to do - I couldn't afford to bottlefeed.
One of the nurses thought she was being kind and started to bottlefeed Lauren to give me a break.
Well before delivery, decide whether you're going to breastfeed or bottlefeed and prepare for it.
Lynn said: ``Len used to bottlefeed her on the couch in front of the TV when she was a joey.
The chimp, two, bottlefeeds milk to 60-day-old Aorn at Samut Prakan Crocodile Farm and Zoo in Bangkok.