Friday, December 20, 2013

Parents Choice Brand Formula Working Moms 411 Giveaway!

I struggled to breastfeed, but I tried really really hard! You can read all about that in my post, "I cannot breastfeed, so what?" Now my little man is a formula baby-though not for much longer because he is almost 11 months old! If you do not qualify for WIC, then the cost of formula has probably hit your pocketbook in a big way like it did mine! Many months ago, I stood in Walmart and stared at the formulas. The name brands were almost double the cost of Parents Choice brand. The only differences I saw were VERY small, and as you know all formulas must meet FDA standards to be on the market.


Parent’s Choice Infant Formulas are developed with high-quality ingredients, follow guidelines developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, and adhere to the same Food and Drug Administration quality standards as all other formula brands. Our formulas are also manufactured in Vermont, USA.

The Parents Choice Tender is the one we picked and my little man liked it right away. I was concerned that there might be a taste difference, but he slurped it right down, and we have never went back! He never seemed to have any tummy troubles from the switch in formula. He is still healthy and thriving, and I cannot believe I ever paid full price for the brand name formulas!

I was recently sent two of the Parents Choice Tender and The Working Moms 411: How to Manage Kids, Career and Home book. This is a very helpful book when dealing with the demands of going back to work and being a Mommy too!




"The Working Mom’s 411 provides parents with the options, tools and solutions that will enable them to make educated and informed choices for their family and successfully navigate the waters of the two parent working household. It’s an all in one resource that will rescue moms trying to put together the how to do it all puzzle. With  informed insight, a healthy sense of humor, and a fresh, expert perspective, Michelle LaRowe shares time saving tips and practical solutions to the common complications working mothers face! Here are at your fingertips current childcare options, including an assessment tool for moms to evaluate which option best suits their needs; solutions to everyday problems working parents face from scheduling to overcoming the stigma often associated with moms who work outside the home; and practical tips on managing childcare, school activities, self care, home life and marriage."



Would some formula help your monthly budget some? One lucky winner will receive two of the Parents Choice Tender as well as a copy of The Working Moms 411. Please use giveaway tools to enter.
 Please Use Giveaway Tools To Enter
Retail value: Approximately $45
  One Entry Per Household
     Chances of winning depend on entries received.
     Open to US residents 18 years and older
     All entries will be verified 
     Winner has 48 hours to reply or another winner will be selected




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1 comment:

  1. I was always interested in the differences in name brand and generic formulas, its reassuring to hear from another mom that there isn't a notable difference. I also love the book since I just recently returned to work after being a SAHM for over 2 years, it's proving harder to readjust than I anticipated so some pointers would be great! (also entered the soda stream giveaway)

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