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  • With the next step formula, we've noticed that bottles do work the best

    • by Belle Morte

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      About four months ago, my daughter had reached a pivotal time in her transition from infant to toddler. We, like most parents were faced with the choice of weaning her from breast milk, and formula or to continue with the next step formulas. Well, after about two weeks of deciding and since she would not drink cows milk, or soy milk to save her life we had decided to put her on Enfamil next step with lipil with much success.

      She took to the new formula amazingly, she had been getting bored with the normal formula and would finish only small amounts at a time. However, with the first bottle of this next step formula she drank it down, in its entirety. We love the stuff, it helps us to ensure that she is getting her needed vitamins and minerals even with her picky appetite.

      Although there are many perks with this formula, there are a ...

      • few down sides that must be taken into consideration as well. With the next step formula, we’ve noticed that bottles do work the best. The heavy consistency doesn’t seem to flow well in a normal sippy cup, or a straw-sipper. Also, the burden of the weight it puts on your finances. This stuff is far more expensive than your normal infant formula. A 24 oz can runs anywhere from 18.00 on sale, to the more average 25.00 a can. With us, we
        have been limiting the intake of the formula to make it last. However, with the expiration of one month after opening you can count on spending at least 25.00 for one can.

        This is of course a choice all parents need to make, however the biggest question you should ask is if you can afford it. Budget accordingly, as wic does not cover second step formula, so this will need to be paid for out of your own finances.

    Erin says :

    I`ve just moved to the states. i`m wondering if Enfamil is the same here as it is there.. any differences??

    John says :

    Enfamil is the same in all countries. It’s produced by the same company worldwide.

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