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Pre-making Formula

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  • Yes but the shape, colour etc of the kettle will impact the final temperature. I'm sure there's a significant variation in temperature. Have tried it on holidays using a pot (no kettle available) and it didn't work. But the waiting for 30mins with a bawling baby doesn't sound like fun

    By far the biggest factor would be the volume of water. But ya, a 30 min wait with a bawling child would be a disaster!




  • Out of interest, I stuck the meat thermometer in the kettle 30 mins after boiling a while ago. Temperature was still well in the 80s.

    As you say, the main difference was that there wass more than 1l in the kettle when I just casually "filled" it. A Litre in a kettle isn't actually that much.

    Another vote for doing 24hours worth of bottles each evening, much more relaxed. We have a perfect prep from our 1st, but haven't bothered with it on our 2nd yet.




  • crisco10 wrote: »
    Another vote for doing 24hours worth of bottles each evening, much more relaxed. We have a perfect prep from our 1st, but haven't bothered with it on our 2nd yet.

    This was always our way...popped them into a lunchbox of cold water and ice to cool quickly and in the fridge then....although sometimes my husband found remembering to put them in the fridge hard :rolleyes: There's nothing quite like coming down in the morning with a starving baby and realising the bottles have been left out all night! :eek::pac:


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