Every Baby Feeding Choice is the Right One
Post sponsored by Mirum Shopper but all opinions are my own.
Since my boys are eight years apart, there were a lot of differences in my experiences between the two. For example, I got slightly different information from my OB/GYN with each pregnancy, strollers got lighter and smaller before my second son was born, and boy’s baby clothing got so much cuter!
One thing that didn’t change with each baby was the urge of other people to give me advice. People wanted to advise on just about everything from how my little ones slept, to what they were wearing, to what they ate. I get it, everyone wants to be helpful and now that my kids are older I struggle not to give unwanted advice myself, but I really try not to. I know that every mother out there wants to do the best for their child and chiming in with my own advice can actually make it harder for them. I never want any new mom to doubt her ability to care for her precious bundle.
One of the most contentious areas of advice has to do with how you feed a baby. People have really strong opinions about this. I’ve known moms who have breast fed, bottle fed, and moms who did some of each. I’ve never been able to see a difference in the children or in the relationships with their mothers. Never.
Feeding time can be such a special time for a parent and a child. It’s a shame to make it tense with opinions on the best way to do it. I know one thing that worries a lot of new parents about feeding their children is the cost. Formula can be expensive. That’s why I was glad to learn about Parent’s Choice Baby Formula at Walmart.
Parent’s Choice Baby Formula is completely compliant with FDA standards and AAP recommendations. That means it’s nutritionally comparable to more expensive national brand infant formulas. Using Parent’s Choice can also save parents up to $600 year.
It’s great that it’s available at Walmart, too, because you don’t have to make a special trip to get all your money saving shopping done at once. Parent’s Choice also makes toddler foods as babies transition to solids.
It’s been a long time since I’ve had a newborn, but I know how precious and important feeding time is in those early days. I hope any new moms out there reading this can relax and know that you’re making the best choice for your baby and family, whatever you decide.
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Post sponsored by Mirum Shopper, but all opinions are my own. Especially this one: No matter what you choose, don’t worry. You’ve got this Mama!