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Do your twins share bottles?

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Twinmumessex Sat 13-Jan-18 08:53:22

Opinions please! I make up 2 separate bottles for my 4 month old twins. Occasionally the girl will leave a couple of ounces and the boy finishes his off and we need to make up a new bottle to give him a bit extra. But could we give him the remainder that the girl left? Or no due to hygiene reasons?
Thanks

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pastabest Sat 13-Jan-18 08:55:10

I would without a second thought.

I'm quite lax about those kind of things in general though so interested to see what others say.

Waterdropsdown Sat 13-Jan-18 10:00:05

Share them! No issues. I did have white bottle tops for DD and black for DS but would happily give some of one bottle to the other in the circumstance you’ve mentioned.

What I wouldn’t do is share all bottles as then you wouldn’t really know how much each baby was taking unless you made a mental note in your head (and I’d defo forget that)!

DorothyHarris Tue 06-Feb-18 14:33:28

I used to do this all the time, I used to feed them at the same time. They're almost two now and share each other's drinking cups, the just pick up whichever they come to first.

tanyadixey2 Tue 29-May-18 18:37:34

Yep definitely they share food out of each other's mouth now! Lol

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