Breastfeeding is what’s best for babies but what about the moms that can’t breastfeed? No mom should be made to feel as though their choices in feeding their baby makes them less of a mother—especially when the options of formula include the Comforts brand.

Feeding Formula To Breastfed Babies

I was 26 when I became a mom for the first time and I was clueless about a lot. Breastfeeding is one of those things. I was stressed out and my supply wasn’t enough to feed my daughter. I felt like a failure of a mom but my own mother was there to support me through my issues with supply as well as help me to decide what was best for my daughter. 

I had to introduce formula to my breastfed baby. It was a hard decision because I didn’t know what to look for in formula and how it would affect my baby. Luckily, Comforts has done a lot of the think work for us. 

Comforts Formula

Comforts Formula is GMO-free and includes 5 different varieties: Infant, Advantage, Gentle, Sensitive and Tender. Moms will be happy to know that this formula is pediatrician recommended giving us ease of mind. The formula has been designed with all the vitamins and nutrients your baby needs from infancy and beyond. The best part is that it’s found at your local Kroger so it’s easily accessible if you run out and won’t leave your pockets empty!

While breast is best for your baby, fed is better and with Kroger Non-GMO Formula you won’t have to worry about what you’re feeding your baby. 

Tell me, when it came time to decide what to feed your baby what factors did you consider?