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"Baby bottles are a huge career issue” says Penelope Trunk

September 15, 2016
By: Lauren Fuhrer

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Popular career-advice author Penelope Trunk recently featured mimijumi baby bottles and why they are a godsend for mothers. 

“Feeding a baby is a huge issue for women who have a 9-5 job. Or any job, really.

When I breastfed my sons my life revolved around making sure there was milk. If women cannot put breastmilk in a bottle for someone else to feed the baby, then they can never wrestle themselves from the baby.

Baby bottles don’t work for women if the baby won’t go back to the breast after an easy speedy bottle.

Baby bottles are a huge career issue."  - Penelope

And she highlighted why mimijumi bottles are the perfect solution:

“Brendan (CEO of mimijumi) wants to save the world with his company, mimijumi. I can tell by the bottles. They are meant to feel like the breast so that mothers can go back and forth between breast and bottle without making a breastfeeding fiasco. Bottles are much easier for babies than breasts. They are the street-corner crack dealer in the breast milk neighborhood.”

Today’s mom needs a bottle that

  1. Her baby will always take; and

  2. Her baby will use and still return to the breast afterward if desired.

That’s why mimijumi was born

Thanks, Penelope, for helping to spread the word!

 

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