This post is sponsored by Mirum, but opinions expressed are my own.
Being a new mom comes with some similar challenges to all moms and some unique challenges to others. Do I breastfeed or formula feed? Do I use cloth diapers or disposable? Do I give him a binky or not? Should we co-sleep or use a crib? There are no right answers! The only right answer is how it works for you and your family.
When I was pregnant, I relied on my friends and family more than online information. I wanted real life info, not just something a person online says worked for them. I actually made friends with a few ladies at the OB/GYN office and in our Birthing class and we swapped info.
Did you know that Parent’s Choice™ Infant Formula is now available in Non-GMO at Walmart. Our four Non-GMO formula options feature a blend of nutrients that support your baby’s growth and development. No need to worry about paying premium prices, Parent’s Choice™ Non-GMO formula is nutritionally comparable to the national brands.
Parent’s Choice™ was named 2018’s best baby formula by Baby Bargains! I think that speaks volumes about this formula. Read more HERE.
Do you think your baby may have lactose intolerant? You may want to try Parent’s Choice™ Sensitivity® Infant Formula!
The Sensitivity Formula is for babies with fussiness and gas because of lactose intolerance. I know many of my friends’ infants had issues with lactose intolerance. I love that Parent’s Choice™ has an answer for them!
Did you know the general signs of lactose intolerance include recurrent spit ups, diarrhea, gas, and bloating? Those aren’t normal, like some people may tell you. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends offering your baby or child foods that are lactose free or lactose reduced if he or she shows signs of lactose intolerance.
Some babies may have a hard time digesting foods containing high amounts of lactose, the carbohydrate (sugar) present in milk. Parent’s Choice™ Sensitivity® Infant Formula is a reduced-lactose alternative that still offers your baby the preferred protein source of cow’s milk.
For Moms that really can’t breastfeed but want the formula that is closest to breast milk, check out Parent’s Choice™ Advantage® Infant Formula
Designed to be more like breast milk, Advantage® Non-GMO features a blend of nutrients which may aid in brain and eye development: DHA, Lutein, and Vitamin E. All three nutrients are found in breast milk:
- DHA is an omega-3 fatty acid which may support mental and visual development
- Lutein, an antioxidant found in the eye
- Vitamin E, key to aiding in immune support
Did you know that Advantage® Non-GMO Infant Formula is nutritionally comparable to Similac® Advance® Non-GMO infant formula. AND Parent’s Choice™ costs up to 50 percent less than the nationally advertised brand! Give your baby the best without going broke!
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What advice would I give a new mom?
- Don’t waste your money on national brands! Switch to Parent’s Choice™ at Walmart at Everyday Low Price.
- Trust your instincts! If you think your baby is sick, go with your gut.
- Yes, use the binky! It’s worth the peace and quiet. After listening to baby cry for hours, it’s either your sanity or a binky. Pick the binky!
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We would love for you to comment below with some advice and personal experiences with baby feeding for new moms. What’s your best advice for new moms?