I am going to be mainly breast feeding. I will only pump for supplement, so that my husband can feed the baby or if I want to leave him at grandma's, but he will be primarily breast fed.
I have heard that I should invest in a wide mouth nipple because they are more like the mother's breast and can prevent nipple confusion. However, I want to use Dr. Brown's (gassiness runs in my family ) and the DB wide mouth bottles and nipples are very hard to find in my area. There are, however, a plethora of the narrow ones.
If my baby is not going to be feeding from a bottle very often, and doubtful at all for at least the first month or two, is a breast-like artificial nipple really necessary, or will the narrow ones work just as well?