Which is better for you? Which is easier to use for baby formula?
Posted May 07, 2018 03:07:47 Whether you’re planning to make the trip from a busy city to a quiet suburb, or you’re taking a day trip to a new destination, you may want to consider a formula-free trip.
You can still take the time to mix the milk with formula, but you won’t need to buy the extra $6 bottle of milk or $10 bottle of infant formula that can be found at many supermarkets.
So if you’ve been considering the cost of a formula free trip, here are the pros and cons of using formula-based milk.
Pros: The price tag is low.
You don’t have to buy a new bottle of formula every month.
You’ll save money.
You won’t have a need to go grocery shopping.
Cons: It takes longer to mix and mix.
There’s no longer a need for a store-bought formula-filled bottle.
It takes a little longer to make.
You may have to mix up your own formula in the home, as some stores still have their old bottles of milk.
Also, you’ll have to be extra careful when you’re out and about.
It can take longer for milk to make, especially in the winter.