Chicco Natural Fit Bottle Set Giveaway


To celebrate the launch of Chicco’s NaturalFit Advanced Feeding & Soothing System, which is designed to simplify bottle feeding for parents and their newborns, Chicco USA polled new moms and dads to get the inside scoop on what goes on during the wee hours of feeding-filled sleepless nights.

Here are some of the findings from the survey:

  • Queen of late night: A whopping 91 percent of moms surveyed agree they take on the majority of the late night feedings.
  • Worth the sacrifice: Although late night feedings put added strain on new parents, the bonding between parent and child during the wee hours is worth the lack of sleep. The majority of parents (75%) report those late night feedings have deepened the bond between them and their babies.
  • Guilty of faking it: Forty-four percent of parents suspect their partners have pretended to be asleep to avoid late night feedings. Those suspicions may not be too far from the truth: more than one-third of dads surveyed (38%) admit they have actually done so, but only 28 percent of moms say the same.
  • Feeding time = Facebook time: Nearly all moms (98%) and dads (94%) who check social media while feeding baby in the middle of the night report Facebook as the social network they are most likely to visit. That’s where the similarities end, as half of dads are most likely to check Twitter (48% vs. 23% of moms) and YouTube (45% vs. 25% of moms) while baby is feeding in the middle of the night; whereas moms are more likely to check Pinterest (38% vs. 16% of dads).
  • Sports vs. Shopping: While feeding baby in the middle of the night, moms and dads surveyed are not visiting the same types of websites. Three-quarters of dads who browse the Internet are most likely to visit a sports-related website (79% vs. 17% of moms), such as, or general news site (73% vs. 48% of moms), while moms who browse are most likely to visit parenting (89% vs. 49% of dads) or retail websites (77% vs. 58% of dads).

NaturalFit™is Engineered to be responsive to the changing feeding styles of babies. Three distinct nipple shapes adapt to the specific needs of growing babies as the natural suck-swallow action develops.


One Reader will get a set of 4 Chicco NaturalFit™ bottles (RV$36).

Giveaway open to US only and ends on 5/23 at 11:59pm. So head below to the rafflecopter to enter to win!

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  1. Elise Gardner says:

    I am always the one who gets up for feedings, it is very rare that the husband does.

  2. Alison Hansen says:

    My husband has worked nights for most of our marriage so I do the night feedings. He is deaf in one ear so even when he is home on weekends he doesn’t wake up. :-)

  3. My husband would get up sometimes for feedings but I enjoyed the cuddling and bonding time with my babies so I would do it mostly.

  4. Gina H. says:

    Mom does!

  5. I do (mommy). Daddy keeps sleeping.

  6. Beanybopp says:

    I do (mommy) mostly because I am a stay at home mom but my husband will help when he has off the next day or Im just too tired to get up.

  7. Amanda Healey says:

    I do. My husband has to get up for work in the mornings very early so it works out the best


  8. NaChrista says:

    I’m a new mommy to be as my baby boy is due in June. I plan to breastfeed, so I will be doing the feedings. Once I can establish bottle feeding, my fiance can experience the joys of feeding our son as well :)

  9. leslie roberts says:

    we alternate the nights we work and the one who has the night off will get up for night time feedings

  10. We are actually pretty good at taking turns

  11. Amanda Stovall says:

    9 times outta 10, it’s me, “Mommy”… :)

  12. maria carrasco says:

    I do because I am breastfeeding.

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