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New moms will face many difficult decisions regarding their newborns and of course as parents we want to do what’s best for our babies. But sometimes figuring out what’s best can be difficult with so many different opinions out there. In this post we are going to talk about one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a new mom, whether to breastfeed or no. I want start by saying that this blog is a safe place. There will be no judgements made here. Each individual parent knows what’s best for their baby whether that’s feeding your baby breastmilk, formula or both. And just because we’re talking about formula, doesn’t mean we aren’t supporting breastfeeding. Pediatricians say breastfeeding is best for babies and Parent’s Choice supports that.
When it comes to what type of formula to feed your baby, it’s hard to know which one to go with. There are so many different types on the market. And formula can get expensive! I fed both of my babies breastmilk and formula. One of the recommended formula brands that I was told to use was Parent’s Choice, which is a Walmart exclusive private brand. It’s got all the nutrition that my babies need and at a price that I could afford.
All parents want the best for their baby but the best doesn’t necessarily mean the most expensive. Higher price doesn’t equal higher quality. Parent’s Choice meets all infant’s formula nutritional standards and the recommendation of the AAP – the American Academy of Pediatrics. It’s clinically proven to support growth and development, two very important parts of your babies first year. Plus is easy to digest and well tolerated by millions of babies. Parent’s Choice is nutritionally comparable to all the expensive baby formula brands, including Enfamil®, Similac® and Gerber® national brand infant formulas.
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And since Parent’s Choice come in value size tubs you can feed your baby on average 60 40 ounce bottles for under $20! I can handle that! Babies needs are all different and what’s why Parent’s Choice has several different types of formula including Parent’s Choice Premium Powder Instant Formula, Parent’s Choice Advantage Tub Powder Stage 2 Formula, Parent’s Choice Sensitivity Canned Powder Infant Formula and Parent’s Choice Gentle Infant Formula. You can use the Parent’s Choice Baby Formula Finder to find out what formula is best for your baby.
Now that I am pregnant with baby #3 I plan to breastfeed and bottle feed. I want my family to be able to experience the joys of feeding the new baby and that’s not always possible with breastmilk. I’ll be hosting a Parent’s Choice Facebook chat next Monday where we will have a whole hour to talk about babies, feedings and much more. I have included the information below and I hope you will join me. I’d love to hear your thoughts on this subject.
Parent’s Choice Facebook Chat
Join me Monday December 21 at 7-8pm CST for a Parent’s Choice Facebook Chat! Along with several other parents we are going to talk more in detail about the benefits of Parent’s Choice and why it’s a great formula for babies. I have all the information about the chat below. I hope to see you there!
- Date: 12/21/15
- Time: 7-8pm CST
- Where: https://www.facebook.com/MomLuck/
Host: Mellisa Swigart: @MomLuck
- 1 $100 Visa Gift Card
- 20 Samples of Parents Choice Formula
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