This was a great website for reading up on the BPA in bottles and sippy cups. After reading this I spoke with my sons doctor and he urged us to take him off the bottles that were on this list. So I went to walmart and bought the Parents Choice that were BPA free. Thought you all would like to read this stuff.
Thanks for the info. I checked out that web site and now I feel awful after I read all the side effects that could occur. Avery has used Dr. Brown's since she was 2 weeks old and I don't know if they were BPA free or not. Supposedly the new Dr. Brown's are but I doubt the ones I used were. Ahhhh just another thing to worry about!
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