NEW mimijumi literally mimics the breast!
We love a new product here at the Feeding Guide and this one truely caught my eye at the latest Pregnancy, Baby & Children’s expo in Melbourne last week. It’s the new breast like bottle from mimijumi which literally mimics the breast and comes in a milk carton!
The next breast thing in baby bottle technology, mimijumi baby bottles are a natural, modern and stylish complement to breastfeeding. The unique mimijumi nipples have been specifically designed to replicate the skin texture of a woman’s breast, all the way down to the pores, enhancing an easy and realistic transition from the breast to the bottle.
mimijumi have designed the bottles based on the psychological dynamics of feeding and soothing items as transitional objects, keeping in mind the natural bonding experience of infants with their parents. Not only for stubborn babies, newborns also gravitate to this form of feeding, aiding prolonged breastfeeding and a natural way of enhancing immunity.
mimijumi is the brainchild of a physician father, Frank Drummond, and psychiatrist, Bill Colomb, who struggled with the poorly designed baby bottles currently available to parents. With a goal of creating infant care products that revolutionise the transition from breast to bottle feeding. Manufactured in Austria, mimijumi baby bottles are made from Swiss polyamide plastic and German 100% medical grade silicone to ensure a toxin free feeding experience without BPA, lead or other contaminants.
Director of mimijumi Australia, Tom White comments: “The mimijumi bottles have been designed for today’s modern family, and specifically enhance the physical and emotional bonding between parent and child”.
mimijumi is available at all leading baby and gift stores, and also at mimijumi.com.au
mimijumi is available in two varieties, The “Very Hungry” baby bottle (8 oz/240ml) RRP $22.99 and the “Not So Hungry” baby bottle (4 oz/120ml) RRP $19.99. The replacement nipples (pack of two) available in slow and fast flow retail for RRP $19.99.