Not my absolute favorite. I had an issue with my lashes clumping together a lot as I used this mascara. Also, the contents clumped and caked up inside the tube so it was difficult to continue using it.
I used those in the hospital quite a bit. I found them convenient and easy to deal with. I liked the fact that the same openings to let the steam out can be used to let out the scorching hot water out of the bag, instead of having to open the bag while it is still hot to get the water out.
I used those in the hospital with the Medela pump and liked them quite a bit. My only issue with them was that they sometimes got stuck and made cleaning and sterilizing them and the other removable parts difficult.
For the first little while, I couldn't feed my baby without those. I loved them so much that I made sure to have one tucked in my nursing bra at all times and a couple of extra ones in the diaper bag just in case.I still have one in my nursing bra just in case. Since I have to tuck it into my bra, I wish there was a way to store it while on the go, that makes it easy to pull it out in a hurry.
The hospital staff used those pacifiers with my son. He loved them and so did we. It was comforting that the NICU nurses were using them and recommending them. The only issue I had is the fact that they can't be attached to a holder or a pacifier ring.
I love those bottles. We use them for pumped breast milk and formula. We are still getting used to different flows, as the ones we have seem to be too fast and so my son would be dribbling quite a bit.