|. on Feb 09, 2016 @ 01:53 pm|
|formula on Feb 09, 2016 @ 02:15 pm|
I was using Enfamil when my son was born to supplement a little bit, and it was getting extremely expensive. I discovered Costco's formula, I was hesitant to try it at first, so I read the reviews. Nothing but good reviews. My son didn't even notice the difference, huge tubs and easy on the pocket. It's still iron enriched with Omega 3.
|. on Feb 09, 2016 @ 02:28 pm|
I used Similac when my kids were babies, do they even make it now??
| on Feb 09, 2016 @ 02:34 pm|
ive had my girl on 3 different formulas. Good start is what we ended up with. I believe their claim that it is the gentlest formula without switching to an actaul 'gentle' formula.
| on Feb 09, 2016 @ 02:34 pm|
yes fredamans, Similac is still around!
|:) on Feb 12, 2016 @ 03:12 am|
|It's pretty much the same on Feb 12, 2016 @ 06:38 pm|
I have a little guy (11 months) I have found they are pretty much the same good start is the most expensive I find and the scoop is quite large and mixing good can be a problem when u got a hungry baby. I have to admit I applied and got free samples from good start similac and enfamil and they all send coupons after and I switched it up (similac, enfamil, and good start) to use up coupons. My little guy never had any issue I grabbed the Walmart brand once and he got constipated first time we ever had that so I went back to the big 3 then a friend gave me a tin of the president choice I was a bit weary it might be a similar experience because it being a cheaper brand. my middle son ate only that kind (it was a while ago he's 8) anyway he loved my youngest tried it and had no problem and it was so much cheaper and didn't have to hunt coupons. It sells at shoppers for $22 and u get points at least I stocked up when they do 20x points and overall we are happy
My 2 cents
|Formula on Feb 12, 2016 @ 08:08 pm|
I think it depends on the child. If your child has no sensitivity and no digestive problem then you can use any formula that is the cheapest. I find personally that all formula ingredients are basically very similar.
Unfortunately for me I have a baby that is sensitive to lactose. Therefore, he is on Similac Alimentum. We tried him prior on Enfamil A and Goodstart but he did not respond well to them. Then we tried Kirkland sensitive since it was a great price but he kept being constipated so we stopped. Finally we ended up with Similac Alimentum.
For those who may not know this you can call Similac and request coupons once per month for Alimentum formula. They will send two $5 coupons per month. It's not much but it's a start. Also, if you buy it by case it's cheaper. I have to order it at my local pharmacy since they do not keep cases on shelf. It all depends on the store I guess.
|baby formula on Mar 02, 2016 @ 11:51 pm|
The best one is always the one the doctor recommends or what you are comfortable with and your baby is thriving.
|, on Apr 01, 2016 @ 12:09 pm|
I love Nestle Good Start!