I’m a mum & found a clever way to make my breastfed baby take a bottle with no fuss – I can’t believe how fast it worked | The Sun

A MUM has shared the clever trick she uses to make her breastfed baby drink from a bottle with no fuss at all.

Scarlett, from the UK, shared the hack on TikTok, leaving parents blown away.

In the short clip posted to her account Home With Scarlett, the mum was trying to feed her daughter, Amalie using a bottle.

But Amalie was having none of it – that's when Scarlett decided to try the clever trick.

She said: "I'm going to try the trick I used when she was a little baby."

She revealed that you heat the teat up a little in the microwave.


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"They get the sensation that it's a nipple because it's warm," Scarlett explained.

She went over to her microwave and put the teat of the bottle in for thirty seconds and let it cool down until it was just warm.

Scarlett then tried to feed Amalia again, and after a little bit of squirming, she finally began drinking from the bottle.

"I can't believe that worked again, I forgot about that little trick," she exclaimed.

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In the caption of the post, Scarlett added that you can also put the teat in boiling water until warm for the same effect.

The video has since gone viral with over 153k views and 9,000 likes.

Parents quickly took to the comments section thanking Scarlett for the trick.

One wrote: "This is something I didn’t think of! My little girl started refusing one!"

Another person commented: "Wow, definitely trying this later! My little girl is 9 months and will not take any bottles."

A third penned: "Omg I'm trying this later on. Back at work in April so baby girl needs to have a bottle and she refuses!"

Meanwhile, a fourth added: "I’ll try that! My baby has been hating the bottle lately."

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