Thursday, August 26, 2010 - Parent's Choice

This is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of PBM Products.
All opinions are 100% mine.

Now, I'm sure many of you know that I didn't use formula with my son. He was and is still exclusively breast fed. However, I have previously used Parents Choice formula, before, with children that I've babysat, fostered, etc. Many other formulas were tried and this one seemed to be the best formula with the least amount of side effects (gas, spit up, etc). If I had to use formula (as I've recently spoke about) Parent's Choice would be my first choice. Anyway, have you noticed Parent's Choice new packaging? Isn't it cute?! I love how it's simpler and doesn't look like many of the common formula packages. It's simple, easy to read and clean. I like that. I love the little heart on the front where it says Parent's Choice. I also like how it has the age recommendations and all it's benefits right on the label.

Now I do have to say that the formula is still the same. You know, “New Look... SAME great taste” type of thing. The size of formula is still the same as well. Don't worry, you don't have to worry about your formula shrinking like you favorite brand of ice cream. Parent's Choice is still the same size, same value! Speaking of value and prices... did you know that Parent's Choice has lowered some of it's prices? In this economy, you can't ask for anything better. You can now get Parent's Choice Advantage for $11.88 in most Walmart stores! Or if you don't want to run down to your local Walmart, or don't have a Walmart near you, did you know that Walmart Online will be selling the formula online very soon and will also be offering FREE shipping! Are you kidding me? FREE shipping, people!

If you're worried about using a generic formula, you don't have to! Parent's Choice is made by PBM Products and continues to meet all strict FDA guidelines just like all those big national brands! They offer complete nutrition for your baby's health and development as well as offers DHA & ARA to help support brain and eye development.

If you haven't, yet, visit Parents Choice Formula for more information and to access their Savings Calculator or visit them on Facebook!

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1 comment:

  1. It's funny that you posted about formula today... I was just thinking about how glad I was that J no longer needs formula (and no longer needs to be tube-fed). We used formula when he was 18 months old. He weighed 15 pounds and wasn't eating well, so he ended up with a g-tube. We also used formula when J was on chemotherapy... that is when he wasn't on TPN. ;)


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