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Can you believe Christmas break is right around the corner? My boys will be going with my parents for part of Christmas break and I never even considered that Colsen would be going. My mom let me know that she was counting on it. This creates a problem as I have maybe frozen 8 ounces of milk and that surely is not going to last the 4 days they will be gone. This means that I know my mom will be supplementing with formula and so we have spent a little time recently getting Colsen not only adjusted to bottles once in a while, but the taste of formula. We knew we could count on Members Mark Advantage Infant Formula and it’s a price we could add into our budget.
5 Tips To Get Your Baby To Take A Bottle
Getting kids to take bottles when they’re breastfed can be a bit tricky. Here are some tips to get your baby to take a bottle when making the transition from breast to bottle.
- Try it often. Don’t expect your baby to randomly take a bottle. It will take some work.
- Make sure the formula is warm- You’ll want to make sure your baby is getting warm milk to drink through the bottle. Expect a quick rejection if the formula is cold.
- Start with a slow flow nipple.
- Have dad or another sibling feed your baby their first couple of bottles.
- Talk to your baby- Babies want to be interacted with and loved on. Give them a little chat as you feed them with a bottle.
Feeding With Members Mark Advantage Infant Formula
I feel 100% confident that Colsen is getting everything he needs when I supplement with Member’s Mark Advantage 1, plus he doesn’t seem to mind. It also makes me feel great that pediatricians recommend switching to store brands like Members Mark Advantage Infant Formula. It offers complete nutrition for your baby’s first year of life.
Members Mark Infant Formula offers the proper nutritional value, but at half the cost of the “other” brands. Let’s talk about the price too, it’s perfect for our budget, let’s not forget that we’re busy feeding three growing boys. Keep in mind that Sam’s Club members saved $500 buying Members Infant Formula products compared to Similac and Enfamil. Colsen also seems to like the taste of the formula, just as much a breastmilk. He’s starting to be a chunker, so I know he’s getting all of the nutrition he needs from my breastmilk and from me supplementing with Members Mark Infant Formula. I look forward to my mom spending some time with the boys. And I’m glad Colsen will be able to get that one-on-one time with his grandparents. Members Mark Infant Formula has been a life saver for us during this season of our lives and for that we’re thankful!
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