Not unlike other families, when it became obvious that baby formula was the way we were going to have to go, I discussed the pros and cons of different brands with our pediatrician. I had also done research on my own so I had some ideas. I was surprised to hear her echo what I had already discovered on my own. Instead of trying to push a name brand formula, she suggested that we try different ones and consider the store brands because they all met the same nutritional standards. She understood just how much baby formula costs!
We did exactly what she said and discovered that my son didn’t have a particular need for any certain type of baby formula. I have heard stories from my friends about how their child will only drink a certain brand. My son was never like that. He just wanted to eat! When I had the opportunity to try Parent’s Choice Premium I was excited because I had considered it on more than one occasion. I’ll admit that I hadn’t tried a store brand formula yet because I was still using samples and coupons to get a name brand at an affordable price.
With Parent’s Choice Premium we could save $10 – 13 dollars on each 23.2 oz. container and that is a savings that adds up fast so I was more than willing to see if it worked for my son. We had a good experience with Parent’s Choice Premium. My son took it like any other brand and I didn’t see any changes in him or in his diapers. It mixed up well with the use of a long ice cream sundae spoon to help stir it up in the bottle. Yes, I just shared one of my bottle making secrets with you! Some formulas clump up a lot in the bottle and are difficult to mix but the Parent’s Choice Premium didn’t give me much trouble.
If you’re like me and enjoy saving a little money whenever you can, I recommend trying out Parent’s Choice Premium infant formula. When my son was drinking formula at his peak, we could save around $15 a week by making the switch! That’s enough money to buy another can of formula! My pocketbook wasn’t complaining and neither will yours!