You can get a free Playtex Drop-Ins “nursing system” via this page. It’s apparently their way of saying, “Look! We don’t use BPA anymore!” [Playtex Baby]

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  1. Nighthawk Foo says:

    The bottle itself still contains BPA. The drop-in liner, howerver, is BPA-free, so none of the formula comes in contact with BPA.

  2. Um, just nurse your baby the way nature intended and avoid the issue entirely, eh?

  3. puffyshirt says:

    @Serenefengshui: not to really advocate one side or another, but what about people who adopt? or hospitals? or people who cannot produce milk for whatever the reason?

  4. geeky_reader says:

    @Serenefengshui: And what about working moms who have to pump their milk during the day and feed it by bottle? Or anyone that chooses to pump for any reason (some do it so that the father can be more closely involved with the baby)?

  5. speedwell (propagandist and secular snarkist) says:

    @puffyshirt: I once was on a blog where this was discussed, and one La Leche League cultist actually argued that failure to breastfeed was child abuse, and mothers who said they couldn’t breastfeed because they had to work or because they couldn’t make enough milk were lazy, selfish sluts who should have their babies taken away. (Ignorant pig.)

  6. badgeman46 says:

    Why don’t you femininazi’s use your boobs instead of all this fuss? Surely you can take time out of your powersuit day to whip one of those out.

  7. Hmmmm….The WHO calculates that 1.3 million babies die every year because they are not breastfed. And, huh, it’s free. I’d rather whip ‘em out than starve my kid in a hurricane.

    Anyway, back to complaining about Target & Wal-Mart!

  8. superlayne says:

    @apronk: Are wet nurses still legal?

    But yea, everyone is different.

  9. The Master of Reason says:

    @badgeman46: Well played, good sir.