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New bottle- and breast-feeding accessories

Turn any bottled water into a baby bottle

Turn any bottled water into a baby bottle with the Flipple. All you carry is formula and clean Flipple nipple and collar to create a baby bottle on the go. $4.99 at babyflipple.com. Photo Credit: Handout

Here are a few new accessories for babies, whether you bottle- or breast-feed. -Compiled by Beth Whitehouse

Undercover Mama makes any shirt into a nursing
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Undercover Mama makes any shirt into a nursing shirt. The strapless camisole attaches to any nursing bra underneath the outer shirt, allowing mom to feed her baby without exposing her stomach. Comes in hot pink, gray and other colors. $24.99 to $26.99 at undercovermama.com.

Turn any bottled water into a baby bottle
Photo Credit: Handout

Turn any bottled water into a baby bottle with the Flipple. All you carry is formula and clean Flipple nipple and collar to create a baby bottle on the go. $4.99 at babyflipple.com.

The WarmZe is a portable bottle warmer that
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The WarmZe is a portable bottle warmer that produces a slow heat and doesn't require batteries, electrical outlets or microwaves. It can be used multiple times a day. Place the prepared bottle into the BottleSOC, wrap the air-activated warmer around it and pull the outer layer of the BottleSOC over it. A warmed bottle will be ready in 30 minutes. Starter kit, $15.99; refills, $9.99; at warmze.com.

LatchOn consists of two pretty button clips with
Photo Credit: Handout

LatchOn consists of two pretty button clips with a piece of fabric in between them. A mom can keep it in her purse, then use it to turn whatever baby blanket is with her into a nursing cover-up. Just attach the latchOn to the blanket for instant privacy. $14.99 to $16.99 at thebuttonbarn.com

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