Wednesday, January 27, 2010

Review of Wee Go Nurser by Babylife

We have been discussing recent reports by the FDA suggesting that the chemical bisphenol A (BPA) in the plastics used to make many types of baby bottles could cause behavioral changes in babies, contribute to early onset of puberty in girls, and even to cancer. To see our list of 12 BPA-free baby bottles click here.

Yesterday we reviewed the Adiri bottle and Avent BPA-Free Via System. Today we review the Wee Go glass baby bottle by Babylife. Let us know if you have used this bottle and if you like it below.

Wee Go bottle by Babylife

Glass bottles don't contain BPA. But some people are think glass bottles can break easily. The Wee*Go bottle from BabyLife answered that concern by putting a rubbery sleeve around the outside of the bottle to protect the glass and give baby an easy surface to hold on to. The sleeves come in several colors. The entire bottle assembly is free of BPA, PVC, and polycarbonates. The bottle and sleeve can go into the dishwasher together for easy cleaning. The cap and ring should be hand washed, though.

To find out more about the bottles visit the Wee Go by Babylife web site.

  • BPA-Free glass
  • No breakage silicone covers in six fun colors
  • You can boil them safely
  • Microwave safe
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Fits most breast pumps


  • Heavier than plastic
  • Pricey
  • May be on backorder since such high demand after FDA report on dangers of BPA

Have you tried using the Wee Go nurser by Babylife? What did you like or dislike about the product?


Anonymous said...

You are right, we tried going to local stores and they are out of glass baby bottles. They all offer to order them but my Mom Boss bought them online. She says some online stores are out of stock as well! I don't mind using glass bottles at all. They heat well, keep heat longer, dishwasher safe and clean easily.

Nanny Sammie
Northern Vermont
Nanny for triplet premies now 6 months old! :)

Anonymous said...

The bottle and the sleeve can be boiled or put in the dishwasher together. The sleeve has a good grip. Bottle fits any standard size nipple, including Dr. Brown's. I haven't broken one despite my dropping them several times. They came with caps for storage and mixing. They fit the medela breast pump without an adapter (like the avent bottles required.) We have had them for 3 months and they still look like new and work great.

Eva said...

I think these bottles are fine. All arms get tired feeding babies, I think each individual will like different bottles depending on the size of their hands. Whatever the parents choose, I use, don't complain.