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I breastfeed my 7 month old, but used Parent's Choice with my older two children. I received samples and gave them to a good friend of mine for her daughter. I highly recommend Parent's Choice for formula in babies.
Parent’s Choice products, found exclusively at Walmart, are as nutritious and safe as national brands at an affordable price. They have several different types of formulas to choose from.
We are not here to argue about Formula Vs. Breast Milk. This post will offer a safe space for parent’s to share information and discuss common feeding questions. 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.
Is it okay to wake a sleeping baby to feed him or her?
I would say if the baby is over his or her birth weight that you don't necessarily need to wake baby up for feedings, but that it's a good idea to not let baby sleep past 4 hours or so for the first two months of baby's life, at night.
What's a good way to sterilize bottles?
I formula fed my older two kids so I had a lot of bottles to wash with their feedings, all day and evening. I found it easier to get a bottle brush for cheap at Walmart and get a baby friendly soap for dishes to clean the bottles out with very hot water.
I didn't have a dishwasher at the time, so that wasn't an option for me but it's safe to wash most bottles in the dishwasher. Just make sure that you check the packaging to be sure before doing so.
Did you know:
- That 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
Value sizes of 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 each have special savings for under $20 at Walmart now! With these value sizes, on average you could feed your baby 60 4oz bottles for under $20.
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