Making A Bottle With No Finger Movement

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Brittany Déjean
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Meg Johnson
Curated by
Brittany Déjean

Before you can feed your baby, you have to make the bottle! Meg Johnson, a quadriplegic mom, describes making a bottle for her daughter without moving her fingers.

The bottles are kept in an accessible location in the kitchen, and Meg demonstrates how she assembles it. Then, she fills it up in the sink. Then, she uses the scoop that comes in the can of formula and dumps it into bottle. Once it’s in, she anchors it on her lap so she can use both hands to screw the top shut. Then she shakes the bottle and it’s ready to go!

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