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Li'l Helper baby bottle holder

I am always excited to try out new, innovative baby products, so when I heard about the Li’l Helper, I was eager to give it a try. The Li’l Helper (www.lil-helper.com) is a baby bottle holder that helps parents save time duirng feeding time. 

The Li’l Helper was created by Joe Murillo, after the birth of his first daughter. His first homemade baby bottle holder was made out of a plastic clothes hanger, and it drew so much positive attention from family and friends that Murillo decided to take his homemade invention to another level.

The Li’l Helper baby bottle holder has a great non-slip handle that enables a good grip from baby, and it has been designed so that the baby can hold onto it with one or with two hands. The rubber grip on the inside of the Li’l Helper is flexible enough to fit most bottle sizes, and I was surprised that it even fit one of our small but fat baby bottles.


 Lil Helper baby bottle holder

A cute little bonus feature on the Li’l Helper is the rattle-like corner of the baby bottle holder.

baby bottle holder

Great Things About The the Li’l Helper:

  • It is BPA free
  • It fits most bottle sizes
  • It is great for on the go (car-seat, stroller etc.)
  • It is dishwasher safe
  • It is great for families with twins
  • It helps parents multitask while feeding their little one.


Check out this video of how the Li’l Helper works:



 The Li’l Helper comes in four different colors, and it makes a great baby shower gift.

 Lil Helper colors


Buy It

You can buy the Li’l Helper at the Li’l Helper website.

 Make sure to like Li’l Helper on Facebook to stay up-to-date on the latest promotions, products and money savings offers.


Win It

One of Frugality Is Free’s readers will win a Lil’ Helper baby bottle holder as a part of the Baby Guide.

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Baby Guide


The Li’l Helper baby bottle holder is  a part of the Baby Guide at Frugality Is Free, because it helps free up the hands of busy parents while encouraging baby’s development and independence at the same time.



 US Giveaway rules

This giveaway will end Monday March 25th at midnight EST.

Disclaimer: The Frugality Is Free family received a complimentary Li’l Helper for the purpose of writing a review and hosting a giveaway, no monetary compensation was received. Any opinions expressed above are based solely on our family’s experience with the baby bottle holder from Li’l Helper.

  64 Responses to “Li’l Helper Baby Bottle Holder Review & Giveaway”

  1. I love the pink one! But I also love that is is dishwasher safe! Saves me time during feeding and cleaning!

  2. I like the colors

  3. I like the bucklebopper!

  4. I like the rattle feature.

  5. It frees parents to multi task

  6. I would like the green color and I would give it to my great niece. Thank you

  7. probably pink.

  8. I like that the product matches natural nursing posture.

  9. I like that it’s great for families with twins!

  10. I love that it is dishwasher safe. I would love the pink. I would be keeping this gadget for my girl!

  11. I learned it was easy to clean and dishwasher safe.

  12. I love the green one. I love that is was created by a mom and dad. Those products have been through trial and error and I trust that.

  13. love the green ones

    learned it matches natural nursing posture

  14. i so want one!

  15. I learned that the shape uses the baby’s grip reflex.

  16. The green one.

  17. I’m expecting twin girls, so I would love to add this to our home! I think the gray is adorable.

  18. I like that daddy was the “mother of invention” !!!

  19. This would be wonderful for my new grandbaby!

  20. i like that its bpa free

    tcogbill at live dot com

  21. I like the BuckleBopper too.

  22. I would like the gray and would keep it for my new baby.

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  24. I’d choose a blue one for my girlfriend having her first baby – a boy!

  25. I love that they are BPA-free

  26. They were featured on The Bump.

  27. I like how it matches the natural nursing posture.

  28. bpa free

  29. I like that it matches the natural nursing position.

  30. Nice colors and it would be needed grandbaby on the way

  31. Matches natural nursing posture, Encourages development, Frees parents to multitask.

    This is such a great idea, would love to have one for my Grandson.

    Thanks for the Sweeps. Take Care!

  32. I like all the colors and that there is a rattle

  33. I like the green one

  34. I love these! I also see they have a bucklebopper to help undo the carseat for those with arthritis or other problems. Awesome.

  35. Pink or/and Green and myself, since I have a LO on the way!

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  37. I learned that Its ergonomic design matches your baby’s natural nursing posture

  38. I would choose green and give it to my neice.

  39. I learned that it’s $14.99 and holds most bottle sizes.

  40. I’d choose the pink one!

  41. I like that it’s dishwasher safe.

  42. I like how your products help baby to be more independent 🙂

  43. dishwasher safe and fits most bottles
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  44. like the blue one
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  45. I’d go with gray for my little one.

  46. Love the bottle holder, great mother’s helper!

  47. I like that it matches natural nursing posture. I would love the blue.

  48. I like the blue one, and the fact that it fits most bottles.

  49. I learned that this product is BPA free!

  50. I like that the bottle holder doubles as a rattle.

  51. I like the lime green and I would use this myself.

  52. The Gray is what I like.

  53. I learned that this product is BPA free

  54. Bucklebopper

  55. I would like the pink one and give it to my sister-in-law

  56. They are BPA free.

  57. I learned they’re dishwasher safe and come in lots of colors

  58. The lime green for our home

  59. I’d like the green one

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