To the Dad Whose Partner is Struggling with Needing to Use Formula

If you read through enough of our blog posts or website content you’ll see that we often use the word “caregiver” to describe the various people who formula feed their babies. We intentionally use this inclusive term instead of the exclusive term “mom,” as formula feeding provides the beautiful...

Ready to Feed Formula Preference? Learn How to Recreate It!

Baby formula comes in three different forms: powder, concentrate, and ready to feed. While there are pros and cons to each, ready to feed formula is simply not affordable for many caregivers –costing nearly twice as much as name brand powder formula and three times more than generic powder formula!...

The Re-Birth of the Infant Feeder: What It Is and When It’s Useful

The infant feeder, also known as a “baby food nurser,” isn’t something that most modern caregivers are familiar with. However, this was a very popular feeding product in the 1980s, 1990s, and even into the early 2000s. I speak to many grandmothers who fondly remember using them with children...

Generic Formula & the High-Demand Purple / Gentle Label

In the United States there is but one supplier of generic formula: a company named Perrigo Nutritionals.  Formerly known as Wyeth and bought out, Perrigo is an international manufacturer of private label over-the-counter pharmaceuticals (think the generic acetaminophen you buy at a fraction of the cost of Tylenol), including...