This post is sponsored by Mirum Shopper. All opinions are my own. 

Whether you’re a mother experiencing the birth of your first baby or a mom with a few more notches on your belt, making decisions about the care and comfort of your new child is never an easy task. This is especially true when it comes to the subject of feeding. In this day and age mothers have more choices than ever when it comes to deciding how they want to feed their babies. Of course, with all of these options also comes the well-meaning but often times overwhelming advice and opinions on the subject. While this advice almost always comes from a place of love, it can often succeed in making a new mother doubt her own choices rather than aiding in her decision making process.

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As a new, first-time mother myself, I spent what seemed like countless hours trying to choose between breastfeeding and supplementing with formula. I read through dozens of online articles and sought advice from almost every mother I happened across. Even with all of that information at my disposal I had a ridiculously hard time trying to make the “right choice.” It eventually became clear to me that there was no designated “right choice.” What is right for one mother does not automatically make it the perfect choice for another. In the end, I made the decision to do both. While I still breastfeed most of the time, there are other occasions when I use formula to curb my son’s healthy appetite.

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When making your own decision, it is important that you consider only the factors that are crucial to you and your child. Those factors may be as complex as a low milk supply or as simple as your baby preferring to nurse. Any choice you make is completely valid as long as it right for you.

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If you do decide to make bottle feeding a part of your regular routine, Parent’s Choice® is one of the best options on the market. If you’ve ever been to a Walmart store, the Parent’s Choice® brand has no doubt caught your eye. Their top of the line toddler and baby products are clinically proven to help support developmental advancement and growth within little ones.

Having been exclusively available at Walmart since 1988 and a leading choice for millions of parents across the Unites States, Parent’s Choice® fully understands a mothers’ need to ensure that her baby receives only the best. Which is why their line of infant formula is both easily digestible for babies and nutritionally comparable to the more expensive infant formulas on the market today. Their brand even extends beyond infant formula to include toddler formula, pediatric nutritional beverages, baby and toddler food, and pediatric electrolyte rehydration solution.

If you’re looking for a formula that easily fits all your baby’s nutritional needs, is a nationally trusted brand, and cares about mother’s everywhere, Parent’s Choice® makes the decision easy.

Just take a look at some of their awesome products:

Parent’s Choice® Premium Powder Infant Formula

  • Value Size 35oz- Makes 65, 4 oz. bottles
  • Clinically proven to support growth and development  

Parent’s Choice® Advantage Tub Powder Stage 2 Formula

  • Value Size 35oz
  • Suitable for babies 6-12 months

Parent’s Choice® Sensitivity Canned Powder Infant Formula

  • Available in Value Size 33.2oz – Makes 59, 4oz bottles
  •  For fussiness & gas

Parent’s Choice® Gentle Infant Formula with Iron

  • Available in Value Size 33.2oz – Makes 60, 4 oz. bottles
  •  For fussiness, gas and crying

Despite all the well meaning people in your support circle, only you can make the decision that’s best for your children. Twenty years from now, you’ll hardly think about what method you used to keep your baby happy and growing.

Jordyn Smith

Jordyn Smith

A city girl currently living it up in the south with my little family. I love baking, hoarding makeup, and daydreaming. If I'm not writing, I'm probably trying to think up weird pizza recipes or watching Property Brothers.