Parent’s Choice ™ is a great formula choice now on the market!

This post brought to you by Walmart. All opinions are 100% mine.

I am going to be a mom again! In about 22 weeks, I will welcome baby #3 into our lives. I am so incredibly excited to see our family expand yet again! We have been going through the necessities we need in the house and one thing we can’t live without for a new baby is formula. I am a proud formula feeder (I breastfed Hayley, and formula fed Zane) and plan to formula feed this new baby when he/she comes. One formula i recommend is Parent Choice™ as an amazing option for moms everywhere, allowing them to give their baby the nutrients they need and save money in the process!

Parent’s Choice™ carries a number of different formula products that are “clinically proven to be as well -tolerated as the national brands!” A few of these options include Parent’s Choice™ Advantage Powdered Formula, Parent’s Choice™ Premium Powdered Formula, Parent’s Choice™ Gentle Powdered Formula, and Parent’s Choice™ Sensitivity Powdered Formula.

Parent’s Choice™ meets FDA standards, contains DHA and ARA, which support brain and eye development, is milk based, iron-fortified, contains calcium for strong bones, and helps support a healthy immune system. I know when I am looking for a good formula, it is a necessity for me to find one that will help leave my baby healthy/happy and I know Parent’s Choice™ will do just that!

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With using Parent’s Choice Formula, I know I will save a lot of money! If I switched to Parent’s Choice Gentle Formula, I would save $420 per year just on formula. I don’t know about you but formula is probably one of the most expensive items for families. Now with the cost formula available on their website, you can see how much money you can save versus other formulas on the market.

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Be sure to head to Walmart and check out the Parent’s Choice page today to see all about this formula available  on the market, at a great price. Parent’s Choice Formulas are clinically proven to be as well tolerated as the national brands.



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  1. Shauna says

    Wow, what a great deal… I remember always struggling to afford formula… I will pass this onto my girlfriends… thanks so much

  2. says

    I proudly fed my kids. All 3 of them. We had to try several kinds of formula with our oldest…. store brand was the only one that didn’t make her spit up a ton. The other 2 rarely needed formula for a supplement but there’s always someone who needs formula for their kids :) and i’m glad there are affordable brands for those who don’t have as much financially.

  3. says

    I just can’t believe the savings (I tried it out and saw for myself how much I could save between the brands). Amazing! This is definitely something parents need to know about because formula is so expensive.

  4. Emily Wells says

    My third son was on Similac Sensitive for a while, and I tried a can of Parent’s Choice Sensitivity and it was *fantastic* (at a fraction of the cost of Similac!) I skimped on a lot of things (generic diapers, wipes, baby shampoo, etc.) but was very hesitant to switch to generic formula. I’m glad I did–we saved so much money switching to Parent’s Choice formula, and my son tolerated it very well!

  5. says

    Both of my boys are past this stage, but I used to buy Parent’s Choice baby items for them and do not have any regrets. The diapers were affordable and worked great!

  6. says

    Thanks for sharing, I was just reading something about the parents choice the other day on how affordable it is and what a great brand it is.. I nursed my kids, but this seems like a great option, thanks for sharing, will share with my mommy friends

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