Phillips Avent Natural Essential Set is essential for a new baby #AVENTmomsCA

I am very excited to share that I am an AVENT mom in Canada! I’m so thrilled that I will be able to try out some new (to me) products and share my opinions with you. There will also be some giveaways too so look out for those….hint, hint…there is one below 🙂

I knew when I was pregnant with Little Dude that I wanted to try breastfeeding, but I also wanted him to be able to take a bottle.  After 7 weeks, Princess Peach was formula fed so I guess I’m a little spoiled with being able to leave baby with dad, grandparents or anyone because they could just give a bottle. It’s very convenient.

By the time Little Dude arrived, breastfeeding was ok from the start so I didn’t feel the need to go and dig up Princess Peach’s newborn bottles to use for him. By week three I wanted him to start taking one bottle a night so what better opportunity to try out some bottles! I received the Phillips Avent Natural Essentials set and the timing couldn’t have been better. The set is BPA free and is a wonderful starter set for any new parent. It includes:

avent natural bottle essential set

  • 2 4 ounce Natural bottles
  • 2 9 ounce Natural bottles
  • 1 microwave sterilizer
  • 2 soothie pacifiers
  • 1 bottle brush

The bottles are super easy to use. There are only three parts which makes cleaning a breeze. There’s the bottle, the ring and the nipple. The bottle is easy to hold and I love the shape of it. The nipple is wide and is breast-shaped to help baby latch. The nipple encourages the same sucking motion as during breastfeeding to cut down on nipple confusion when giving a breastfed baby a bottle. I had no issues using this bottle and breast-feeding which is always a win!

The microwave sterilizer is lightweight, compact and convenient to use! It holds up to 4 bottles and all their pieces and takes 2 minutes (in my microwave) to sterilize the bottles. If kept unopened the bottles will remain sterile up to 24 hours.

Little Dude loved the soothie pacifiers. They were easy to teach an infant to take a pacifier which for me is important as I’m pro-pacifiers! Since he had his tongue tie release he no longer will take a pacifier (i’m devastated about this) but these pacis offered me him hours of soothing. IMG_6207

So when you are talking to your mom-to-be friends be sure to tell them about this set! It`s one purchase that will get them started if they want to bottle feed. Be sure to check out to order your Avent Natural Essential set! It retails for under $70 making it very reasonable considering all the things it includes.

Giveaway: One very lucky reader will win a Avent prize pack valued at $31 CDN.

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Disclosure: I am an AVENTmomsCA. I received this product for free but as always the experiences and opinions are my own.



  1. Anne Taylor says:

    sleepers and diapers usually


  2. Lisa says:

    Home made Baby items – blankets, bibs, hats

  3. Ever since I received Aden+Anais muslin blankets and teething jewelry, those would be the top two items I’d give to a new mom!

  4. Sunshine G says:

    “Bringing Up Bebe” – it was a boat of sanity in a sea of new parenting craziness!

  5. Melissa M says:

    Diapers! lots and lots of them!

  6. edmontonjb says:

    I like to give Diapers and a Diaper Genie

    rafflecopter name – Jonnie J

  7. Diapers and gift cards usually

  8. manda says:

    I baby wrap.

  9. Angela Mitchell says:

    I love to gift a sleepsack.

  10. eleanor says:

    I like to give sleepers or supplies such as diapers, wipes, bibs, etc to make a basket as a gift.

  11. Judy C (Cowan) says:

    I love knitting and giving a baby blanket

  12. loriag says:

    I like to give diapers.

  13. michelle tremblett says:

    I love to give diapers, wipes & receiving blankets.

  14. I like to give small things like facecloths, nail clipper sets, hair brush ect.

  15. Jo-Anne Pfoh says:

    a care package, tylenol drops, penatene, baby powder, shampoo, etc in a basket lined with blankets

  16. patricia says:

    sleepers, receiving blankets, care package

  17. Gillian Morgan says:

    Diapers and wipes

  18. michelle hebert says:

    receiving blankets, diapers, some clothes

  19. I make baby blankets 🙂

  20. craig pratt says:

    i like to give lots of diapers because you could never have enough

  21. my congratulations, they will get enough advice from others

  22. Carolle Hall says:

    I like to give diapers ..and laundry soap for baby and craem and shower gel for the mom 😉

  23. Ashley says:

    I’d give a baby bullet and diapers 🙂

  24. Christy Martin says:

    I like to give diapers. Eventually appreciated somewhere down the line.

  25. Christine Erb says:

    I love to give an outfit to fit when the baby is a bit older, It is great to open the closet and there be new clothes 6 months or so down the road

  26. Jenn says:

    I like to do the stuff they can never have enough of…bottles, shampoo, babywash, lotion, diaper cream. Put it all into a cute little laundry basket.

  27. Sabrina veale says:

    Diapers and cute clothes 🙂

  28. charityk says:

    i give diapers because i loved getting them

  29. kathy downey says:

    sleepers and diapers ,lots of diapers

  30. Lorraine says:

    Diapers of all sizes

  31. Katrina Honsberger says:

    Diapers and receiving blankets…can never have too many!

  32. Emma Clark says:


  33. Cindy B. says:

    Gift cards for everything else she needs.

  34. Virginia Watson says:


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