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infant formula vs toddler formula

Hi I have a 1 yr old that is still on formula she will not drink anything else at all .. and she barley eats anything but her bottles .. I asked her doctor if i should switch...

Started by Ashley on 06/04/2010 in Stay At Home Moms

Last update on 11/03/2012 by Carrie

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Expired Infant Formula?

A lady at work recently gave me several cans and samples of formula. Since we have to supplement a little formula while baby is away from me I was happy to except the generous...

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Infant Formula Use-By-Date??

A lady at work recently gave me several cans and samples of formula. Since we have to supplement a little formula while baby is away from me I was happy to except the generous...

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switching from breastfeeding to formula

my little boy is 3 1/2 months old now and I have decided that I want to stop breastfeeding now. Im not sure how to do it. If I should slowly introduce him to formula and still...

Started by Stephanie on 01/15/2010 in Breastfeeding Moms

Last update on 01/18/2010 by Katie

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Transfering From Formula to homo Milk???

So i have decided to transfer my 9 month old son to homo milk ; Formula is TOO dam expensive...i have tried giving my son 2% and he absalootley LOVED IT!!! but after awhile he...

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Moving from Formula to Cows Milk

Has anyone's Aug baby moved to cows milk, or cows powdered milk yet? Does anyone think there is any point to keeping bub on toddler formula?

Started by Alisha on 07/01/2009 in August 2008 Babies

Last update on 07/06/2009 by Sonya

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Generational effect on infant feeding choices

Third try here, com keeps eating my posts! Affect or effect? Lol :) So does your moms choice of how to feed her kids affect how you choose to feed yours? Does a bottle...

Started by Merry on 01/01/2012 in Debating Mums!

Last update on 02/14/2012 by Megan

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History of infant feeding.

1. History Of Infant Feeding Until recently, women never considered not nursing their babies. It was the only means available to them at the time—the only way they knew how...

Started by Tara on 09/08/2010 in Debating Mums!

Last update on 09/08/2010 by Charlie

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