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Before my son was born, I thought he would be exclusively breastfed. It’s what I did with my daughter, and it worked out really well for us for 19 months. This time was different, though. I’m older. My body is different. My baby is different. We’ve discovered that supplementing with formula occasionally is helpful to us. It gives me peace of mind to know that my baby boy is receiving the nutrients that he needs to grow up to be strong and healthy.
Listen, I know what it’s like to be a new mom. Everyone you meet has opinions about what you should and should not do with your baby. Here’s the thing—you know what’s best for your child. When I realized supplementing with formula was in the cards for my baby and me, I didn’t feel any shame about it. I learned as a mom the first time around that I needed to be confident in my parenting choices. So do you. You’re doing great, Mama!
Your choice matters.
Whether you choose to breastfeed, formula feed, or do a combination of both, the fact is that it’s your choice. You can bond with a baby over a boob or a bottle. As long as your little one can look up and see your face filled with love and joy, they’ll be happy. And if anyone has something to say about your choice, you can do one of two things:
- Thank them for their opinion and let them know that you’ll continue to do what works for you.
- Ignore them.
You don’t owe anyone an explanation for a choice you’re making about your baby.
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Parent’s Choice Twitter Party on Monday, December 18th at 10 AM EST
Please join Joyce from Mommy Talk Show and me on Monday, December 18th at 7 AM PST / 9 AM CST / 10 AM EST for a fun Twitter chat sponsored by Parent’s Choice all about baby feeding. We want to hear what works best for YOUR family, and encourage new moms who are just getting started.
What: #ParentsChoice #Sweepstakes Twitter chat
When: Monday, December 18th at 7 AM PST / 9 AM CST / 10 AM EST
Who: Follow @BrandiJeter and @MommyTalkShow
Hashtag: #ParentsChoice #Sweepstakes
In addition to great conversation, we’re giving away prizes! Ten party attendees will receive $100 Walmart gift cards!
Make sure you read the Twitter party rules and RSVP below by leaving your Twitter handle as a comment! In order to win a prize, you must RSVP, follow me at @BrandiJeter and my co-host Joyce at @MommyTalkShow on Twitter. If you are selected as a prize winner, you will have 5 minutes to reply with your contact information to the Twitter message you receive. Please allow 8 – 12 weeks for prize fulfillment. Because there’s so much good stuff in the rules, I want to encourage you again to make sure you read them thoroughly!
Don’t forget to RSVP!
Leave your Twitter handle as a comment below this post to be eligible to win one of (10) $100 Walmart gift cards!
Enter The Parent’s Choice Formula Feeding Time
Holiday 2017 Sweepstakes
For another chance to win with Parent’s Choice, enter The Parent’s Choice Formula Feeding Time Holiday 2017 Sweepstakes! You could win one a $20 Walmart gift card! This contest ends at 11:59 PM PST on Monday, December 18th, so enter today!