If you’ve decided to bottle feed your infant twins (with either formula or breast milk), you’ll need to figure out how to conquer the logistics of bottle feeding two babies and often, how to bottle feed twins by yourself.As a parent, you won’t always have a pair of helping hands around to assist with feeding time.After unsuccessfully trying to breastfeed our newborn twins, we quickly moved to bottle feeding. At first, my wife pumped and we filled bottles with breast milk. After several weeks of this, we switched to formula feeding.As a father, I enjoyed the opportunity to bottle feed my twin girls because it gave me a chance to be more involved with them each day.How many bottles do you need for twins?You’ll want 8-16 bottles so that you can make it through at least half the day (if not the whole day) without having to wash bottles.Bottles come in various sizes like 4 oz, 8o z, 9 oz, 11 oz, etc. If you want to save money, buy a larger size. You’ll need it eventually, and…



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