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Sharing of bottles teats with another baby

(10 Posts)
Audteh Sun 13-Feb-05 17:45:37

Have anyone encountered care givers sharing your baby's milk bottles with another baby? Isn't it unhygenic? I made a big fuss when my caregiver used my daughter's bottles & pacifier for another baby. It's just like sharing toothbrush with another person.

franch Sun 13-Feb-05 17:51:03

Tell me they were at least washed in between!!!

lockets Sun 13-Feb-05 18:01:29

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oops Sun 13-Feb-05 18:44:59

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Twiglett Sun 13-Feb-05 18:46:33

I'd be furious

vict17 Sun 13-Feb-05 18:47:27

I'm not really sure what they do at the nursery ds goes to as they provide the bottles.

hercules Sun 13-Feb-05 18:49:04

I'd be . I dont know why though. I guess it's ;ole toothbrushes.

hercules Sun 13-Feb-05 18:49:25

Sorry, "like" toothbrushes.

franch Sun 13-Feb-05 19:08:02

Can we be clear, are we talking bottles & dummies lying around and babies having a free-for-all? Or bits and bobs coming out of the dishwasher/steriliser and getting mixed up?

Former a SERIOUS no-no; latter undesirable but understandable.

HappyMumof2 Sun 13-Feb-05 19:57:58

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