- July 17, 2008 at 1:00 pm #260154
— In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, “Karen”
> My 2 sons were raised on the canned milk formula because 30-40 yrs
> ago there wasn’t much else. When I brought my son home in ’68, he
> was crying as I was heating his bottle – being 18 yrs old, really
> tired, middle of the night, not thinking – I took him in the cold
> bottle – stuck it in his mouth and said “See, its not warm yet”
> I really thought a baby would understand). He started drinking it
> and drank more than usual. Next morning, I heated it and he would
> only drink a little. gave him the next feeding cold and he drank it
> down. I called the Dr and he said if he’ll drink it cold – go
> he’ll never get colic.
> Not positive that was the reason but I fed the next son cold formula
> too and both did well and never had colic. ONE big problem – they
> wouldn’t touch warm food until they were about 3 years old!! It had
> to be room temp or colder. KarenMO
> — In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Lori
> > Doctor’s recommendations change because ongoing research reveals
> new information every day, they are only proving their expertise by
> keeping up with current research.
Homemade Baby Formula recipe
If prepared properly, this still ranks third. Breastfeeding ranks
first and commercial formulas second. Under certain circumstances, it
may be alright to use homemade formula, but consult your baby’s
pediatrician before introducing this to your infant.
2 (12 ounce) cans evaporated milk
32 ounces water
2 tablespoons Karo syrup
3ml Poly Vi Sol Vitamins
Kelly in IL
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