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Win $100 from Parent's Choice Formula!

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Whether you breastfeed, supplement, or go entirely 100% formula with your baby, many families are feeling the pinch of the economy. Before you consider cutting corners with Baby's nutrition, read the following information from Parent's Choice formula (and then see you how can enter to win $100 worth!)

There is good news for families with small babies who are looking for big savings without compromising nutrition.

Experts agree that mother’s milk is best and the least expensive option for infant feeding. If parents choose to supplement breastfeeding with infant formula or to formula-feed exclusively, they can turn to Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Kroger, Walgreens, and other retailers for store brands that offer the same safe, high quality, affordable infant nutrition.

Although all U.S. infant formulas must adhere to the same stringent FDA guidelines, they are not priced the same, as many leading store-brand formulas cost up to 50% less than national brands. In fact, parents can save up to $600 a year ($1200 for twins) by choosing a retailer’s store brand infant formula.

“A new parent today is met with a dizzying array of marketing messages when it comes to doing what is best for their babies,” said Dr. Barbara Levine , Associate Professor of Nutrition in Medicine, Weill Medical College of Cornell University. “Nowhere is this truer than in the area of infant formulas. Thanks to strict government regulation, the fact is that there is very little, if any, differentiation in the nutritional values touted by the various national brands on the market, and in this economy, doctors are advising parents to switch their babies to a store brand formula so they can save money.”

FDA, in conjunction with the American Academy of Pediatrics Committee on Nutrition, establishes strict guidelines concerning the ingredients and their levels in infant formula; all U.S. manufacturers must conform to these rules. In addition, all infant formulas must demonstrate growth, development, and mineral absorption equal to mother’s milk before they may be sold in the United States .

In light of a recent press report of a parent diluting baby formula with water in this difficult economy, Dr. Levine urges parents to read and strictly follow the directions on the labels of their formulas of choice.

In addition to switching to store brand formulas, parents can save money on infant feeding by:

  • Contacting their local service and religious organizations – state WIC agencies, local food banks, and churches may be able to offer additional assistance.
  • Look for coupons on the Internet and save money on items such as baby formula and diapers.

“It is critical that parents refrain from diluting baby formula with extra water during these tough economic times,” added Dr. Levine. “If parents choose to feed babies infant formula, they must remember it is an infant’s sole source of nutrition.”

That's great news, right? You can save even MORE with these cool tools from Parent's Choice:

You can read all about Parent's Choice products at ParentsChoiceFoods.com and ParentsChoiceFormula.com

Wanna Win? We have an amazing opportunity to give ONE Lille Punkin' Reader $100 from Parent's Choice Formula (awarded in the form of a Walmart Gift Card)! That's perfect for this economy, huh? Just leave your best money-saving baby tip here in the comments to be entered to win -OR- visit the Parent's Choice website and let us know your favorite product. You can enter every day (each subsequent entry after the first unique entry can just be a comment saying "Today's Entry"), and you have until July 15th, 2009 at 11:59 pm CST to get your entries in!

Giveaways are subject to complete site rules. (Be sure to give us a way to reach you if you win, and remember that we will never use your email or contact info for anything other than to send your prize.) Good luck, and be sure to check out all of our other giveways!

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594 comments

  1. I've never heard of this Parents Choice Formulas before, but they sound so interesting. The Parent's Choice Added Rice Infant Formula really caught my eye.
    Thanks so much.

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  2. My favorite product is Parent's Choice Pediatric Drink!

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  3. I'm really glad that Parent's Choice offers soy-based formula for a healthier non-dairy option - my favorite product would definitely be the Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA. Thanks for the giveaway!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  4. I think I like the Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula the best since it assists the growth of “good” bacteria in a baby’s digestive tract.
    meredith.hellen@gmail.com

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  5. My daughter drank the Parent's Choice Milk Infant Formula DHA & ARA. She loved it. I like that it has the DHA & ARA, those have shown to be great for development.

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  6. I'm first?! Or am I doing it wrong? hmm...Anyway, I like the Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula.

    trinitygsd at yahoo dot com

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  7. Wait for diapers to go on sale then stock up - even other sizes!
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  8. Added Rice Infant Formula, these sound wonderful.

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  9. cutting coupons is a great way to save money! vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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  10. I like the Stage 2 Baby Formula--
    Follow-on Baby Formula for Babies 9-24 Months because it helps developing stronger bones by adding calcium.

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  11. I was interested in the Parents Choice formula when my son was still on formula but I wasn't sure about the difference btw premium & store brands...now that I have done the research there really isn't much a difference except in the wallet. As for money saving baby tips here are a few:
    buy clothing off season
    shop consignment sales
    keep track of gerber/beechnut for their upc events i.e. free dvds, free coupons for other products

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  12. I think their Little Fruits line is a great idea

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  13. cutting coupons is the easiest way to save money

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  14. Breastfeeding is the #1 best way to save money on baby!

    My favorite, though, is what the ladies at my church did for me when I was pregnant with my third child. Since diapers are the biggest expense (unless you use formula), they threw a diaper shower for me, instead of a baby shower. Pretty much everything is cheaper than diapers. You can't buy those at yard sales! I really recommend asking for diapers, diapers, and more diapers at your baby shower.

    Also, make your own baby food. A cheap food mill or an immersion blender can turn your meals into baby meals as long as you have appropriate foods in your own meals. It costs pennies to puree your own carrots from the garden, freezer, or even the canned stuff, than to buy expensive baby foods. You have the added benefit of knowing exactly how fresh it is!

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  15. biggest tip is use washables- it saves alot of money

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  16. Their milk formula sounds great. It compares in quality to expensive brand names at 45% less the price. Nowadays any bit helps!

    ahellen@gmail.com

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  17. My favorite product is the Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula because I've found it to be easier on baby's tummies.

    mfalcon13 at hotmail dot com

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  18. Parent's Choice ORGANIC Infant Formula sounds great!

    Thanks for the giveaway!
    email in blogger profile.

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  19. My biggest baby money saving tip is to enter contests and sign up for freebies - you can save a fortune!

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  20. keeping your baby's clothes to save for the next one, it's way more economical, or even getting hand me downs from the people close to you, just pass them around the family, you won't barely ever need to buy clothes, works for children and teens to

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  21. the sensitivity formula looks great...help deal with the problems of lactose intolerance

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  22. My best money-saving baby tip is to sign up for the newsletter groups of all the product manufacturers of baby products you use- and be sure to send them thank you's too on their customer service sites. Since I've done this, my mailbox is always full of coupons, magazines, and sometimes samples, too. It really helps!

    Thanks for the chance to win this great prize. Our family could really use it right now and would like to try Parent's Choice Formula. If baby likes it and it saves us that much- it's totally worth a try!!

    czakcass AT yahoo.com

    Thanks!
    Jamie

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  23. I like the Parent's Choice Infant Bottle Liners. I also like that Parent's Choice is available at Wal-Mart!

    whitng10@yahoo.com

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  24. A "product" of sorts but free online...
    Is a list of baby's milestones, delightful, in time!

    How helpful and detailed, with tips and good cheer,
    Perfect for parents to check out, and hold dear!

    pumpkinlady430@yahoo.com

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  25. I like the added rice formula and their bottle liners.

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  26. I wouldn't mind trying the Parent's Choice Infant Bottle Liners.


    elkaye[at]gmail[dot]com

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  27. I like this: Parent's Choice Added Rice Infant Formula

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  28. due in 2 weeks so this is on my list of things to try

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  29. A money saving tip...go to yard sales!

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  30. The Parents Choice Sensitivity Formula is something my oldest son could have used, he had a sensitive tummy and was allergic to almost everything

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  31. My money-saving tip is to buy baby clothing at thrift stores and consignment sales...it is generally in great condition and you can get it for a song!

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  32. i love parent's choice, no worries

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  33. My fave product is the Gentle Formula

    teenytig@sbcglobal.net

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  34. Well, I know when we had lots of little ones around, we would often get more generic formulas to save money because they're all regulated. Of course, if your little one doesn't like a certain type, you can't always do that.

    Best saving tip - making your own baby food with something to puree the food and some ice cube trays to freeze/store it.

    Spray and wash can save a lot of those cute outfits.

    And you really should save those outfits/toys for the next kid if possible or search garage sales to get some good deals on clothes and toys. It's not usually worth buying new when they grow so fast.

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  35. Get what you can second-hand (be aware of recalls). Saves lots of money.

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  36. One tip is to not even TRY to keep up with the Joneses!!!

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  37. WE used the Parent's Choice Organic formula with my daughter & were really happy with it. That right there was money saving!

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  38. best money saving tip would be, save baby clothes, and for showers only ask for furniture and diapers. clothes will be handed down to you, while diapers are so exspensive, you could never have enough
    bwalleshauser at yahoo dot com

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  39. buy at garage sales, thrift stores, get items clearanced. save from one child to another use coupons and enter contest

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  40. My money-saving tip is consignment sales. You never know what kinds of goodies you'll find there, especially at the higher-end consignment shops.

    Thanks!
    mfalcon 13 at hotmail dot com

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  41. We LOVE parents choice. My son couldn't take similac and enfamil is too expensive. He's been on Parents Choice Milk Formula since 1 month!

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

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  42. Parent's Choice Infant Bottle Liners is a good idea.

    applez_55@yahoo.com

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  43. I like the Parent's Choice Infant Bottle Liners

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  44. My favorite product is the Stage 2 Formula.
    alicia75136@yahoo.com

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  45. I really like the Immune Support formula. It sounds like a great idea for mothers who can't or choose not to breast feed.

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  46. Buy diapers when on sale and use coupons!

    clynsg at yahoo.com

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  47. YOu want my best money saving baby tip?? Do you REALLY want to know? The answer is....don't HAVE a baby! That saves tons of money. P.S. I have 2 and wouldn't give them up for anything!
    May Schultz
    may041827@yahoo.com

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  48. Try to see if you can find used items for your baby. Babies grow so fast you can find many like new items at thriftshops, craigslist or through friends. :)

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  49. My money saving tip is to stick to a budget for groceries and everything else. Make a meal plan each week for food and write out the grocery list and STICK TO IT. it really works to save a ton of money if you stick with it. Its hard but makes a difference! I like the parents choice organic baby wipes walmart carries now!!!!

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  50. Liz would like the Parent's Choice Pediatric Drink when she gets sick.
    traymona[at]aol.com

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  51. My money saving tip is to buy staples in bulk at a bulk store, you quickly remake the cost of the membership.

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  52. I think the added rice starch formula sounds interesting. Less spit up has to be a good thing, right?

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  53. I like the benefits of the Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula

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  54. stock up on diapers when they are on sale and you have a coupon.
    Ask all your friends and family for their coupons out of the paper, too!!

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  55. TIP: utilize consignment stores!

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  56. Buy cloth diapers instead of the expensive throw-away ones.

    brandon_ralston@hotmail.com

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  57. My best money saving baby tip is to look on eBay and craigslist for the items you need- you can get great bargains on clothes, furniture, everything really. Sometimes people have things on craiglist for free- left outside just pick up. I have gotten adorable desinger label clothes for my boys for next ot nothing and considering how fast they grow out of things I wouldn't want to spend a fortune on those things to begin with.

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  58. Clip coupons and sign up with the diaper sites. They send them to you for free (coupons, that is).

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  59. Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula caught my eye.

    13rubberducks [at] gmail [dot] com

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  60. My best tip is really two:
    1. If using baby food already, don't buy the expensive little jars of canned applesauce. Buy a big jar of unsweetened applesauce and divide it into little Tupperware of Rubbermaid containers. It takes me all of five or ten minutes to fix up a whole jar at once and have them ready to grab in the frig (I line them up in the butter keeper area.)
    You probably already have a freezie thing in the diaper bag for the bottles anyway.

    2. Along the same line, make your own baby food rather than buy the expensive stuff in the jars, especially for eating at home. If you have a food processor, you can whirl up a couple of days' worth of carrots or green beans or whatever your little one is eating in about 60 seconds. Not sure what to introduce? Go look at the labels in the baby food section and take notes. You can process canned foods, frozen foods or best of all, fresh produce from your own garden or purchased at the farmers' market.

    Thanks for having the giveaway!

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  61. My money saving tip is to go to all baby related merchandise websites to sign up for their discount programs. They not only exist for formula, but many other essential products. Thanks for the opportunity.

    the_angel_forever at yahoo dot com

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  62. Wait for diapers and wipes to go on sale then we stock up. That is the only way we can afford it. Thanks.
    magic5905@embarqmail.com

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  63. I like the Little Fruits. Imagine my kids' delight if I brought home $100 worth, lol!

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  64. hen my little ones were infants, I found an off-brand diaper that I liked and used it. It saved quite a bit and worked just as well.

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  65. My best money savings tip is to buy diapers on sale and then use a manufacturer's coupon and a store coupon.

    ksieker(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  66. The Parent's Choice Added Rice Infant Formula would be great for my little grandson. Thanks!

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  67. Utilize coupons and stock up on diapers.

    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  68. My money saving tip is to remind your friends and relatives to save diaper coupons for you. They can really make a difference.

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  69. Double coupon day at Kroger is the best.

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  70. Stage 2 Baby Formula is my fave.

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  71. Here's today's entry for me. Hope I don't have to come up with a new tip every day?

    Here's one for toddlers. Don't buy pullups. They're too much like diapers and you're wasting your money. Buy cloth training pants and plastic covers for them. Outlay: $15, and potty training doesn't take nearly as long. Make sure the kid is ready first!

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  72. One unique tip is all that I require for entry. If you'd like to just come back and put the date and "My entry for today" in the comments for each subsequent entry, that will count! Thanks!

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  73. Plan ahead when buying staple clothes like blue jeans and shorts so that you can get nice things at a discount when they go on sale. This prevents having to pay full price for basic items when your child grows into them. Don't be afraid to sew a stitch in the bottom of the pants while they are a bit long.

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  74. I like the My Little Meals, it would be the perfect thing to feed my one year-old granddaughter when she can't eat the same thing as the rest of us.

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  75. I think the PC Added Rice Infant Formula looks like a great product!
    bebemiqui82(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  76. My favorite product is the Soy-Based Baby Formula.

    treflea4 at gmail dot com

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  77. The Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA is our family's favorite and I used it with my first two, and now with my third.
    Alicia Webster
    5webs@comcast.net

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  78. I like the Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula

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  79. We prefer the Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula for our favorite product.

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  80. Buy formula off craigslist - its cheap and people are trying to offload it when their kids get off formula - thats my best tip! Thanks! thebubbledies(at)gmail(dot)com

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  81. It's terrific that Parent's Choice offers soy-based formula for a healthier non-dairy option - my favorite product would definitely be the Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA. Thanks for the giveaway!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  82. I'm interested in the Organic Infant Formula. It's never too early for babies to have an organic diet! Thanks for the contest!
    hi_joan_elliott(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  83. my best baby money saving tip is to not be afraid to buy/use secondhand clothing!!

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  84. Shop consignment sales for clothes and toys.

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  85. My favorite money saving tip is- DON'T buy all the things you THINK you need, get only what you actually need. Talk to a parent of 2 and they'll tell you what is a waste of money.

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  86. Make your own baby food. It's a lot cheaper and tastes more like "real" food, so it's easier when you make the transition. Plus, you can have a lot more flavors. My son's favorite was lentils!!

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  87. Stock up on the things you need when they are on sale!! Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill@comcast.net

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  88. My best tip is to breast feed as much as possible. You'll save lots of money on formula and bottles, not to mention that laundry will be easier without the formula stains.

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  89. My favorite is the Organic Infant Formula, it's USDA Certified Organic. Thanks!

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  90. I like the
    Stage 2 Baby Formula.
    brewerchickey78(at)yahoo.com

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  91. Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula would be my favorite.

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  92. I have a few good friends who save me coupons for diapers and baby formula!
    Thank you for the giveaway :)
    hurdler4eva(at)gmail(dot)com

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  93. hand me downs hand me downs hand me downs!
    why buy new when there is so much out there!!!

    elkesten at yahoo dot com

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  94. Parent's Choice ORGANIC Infant Formula sounds great

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  95. the Parents Choice Immune Support formula sounds great! I'm going to recommend it to a friend who just had a baby girl yesterday! Thanks.

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

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  96. I use coupons! We use the sensitive formula!!!
    kristi2bsb@Yahoo.com

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  97. The best money saving tip I think is coupons, coupons, coupons! There are always tons of them in the Sunday paper, and online and the savings add up quick because usually the local stores (here anyways)put those same products on sale! God's Blessings to all...

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  98. My best money saving thing would be to use those coupons. I signed up for everything I could with my first to receive as many coupons as possible. If you pair these up with the double coupons from stores you can save a lot of money, especially in the first year.

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  99. I like the Organic formula.
    dolniaks[at]consolidated[dot]net

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  100. For a money saving tip, ditch the baby wipes and go with wet washcloths.

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  101. When ordering ANYTHING online, go to the Google search engine before checkout and search for discount codes. Chances are very high you'll find one, and save money!

    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  102. July 1 Today's entry July already!!

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  103. The Added Rice Formula!
    meredith.hellen@gmail.com

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  104. my money saving tip is to buy fruits and veggies in bulk and puree them yourself. you can make a months worth of food in a few hours. not only does it save money but you can also mix and match and combine flavors. thanks! (freaaa@gmail.com)

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  105. I like the Organic formula When it comes to dairy product, I always try to do organic for my family.

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  106. I stopped buying new clothes for my babies after my first one: they grow so fast, you can get like new (and sometimes new with tags still on it) clothes at resale shops!
    harmonden[at]wowway[dot]com

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  107. Today's entry.


    Another money-saving tip: shop clearance racks at the end of the season.

    mfalcon13 at hotmail dot com

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  108. I like the Gentle® Baby Formula

    dove42(at)comcast(dot)net

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  109. My money saving tip is to run all errands in one trip to save on gas (or as many as the kids will tolerat)!

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  110. Making homemade baby food is heathlier and you save lots of money

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  111. 7/1 Entry

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  112. My favorite product would definitely be the Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA -- glad to see these healthier options are available. Thanks for the giveaway!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  113. Today's entry. (Thank you for not making us come up with a unique comment every single day!)

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  114. We like to shop mom 2 mom sales and garage sales for clothes and other baby items. It really saves a lot, since we're not buying brand new.

    khmorgan_00 [at] yahoo [dot] com

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  115. THEY DIDN'T HAVE SOY PRODUCTS WHEN MY KIDS WERE YOUNG, BUT WITH A GRAND BABY SOON....GOOD TO KNOW

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  116. Todays Entry
    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  117. The Organic Infant Formula looks great!
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  118. Parent's Choice Immune Support Infant Formula the best since it assists the growth of “good” bacteria in a baby’s digestive tract.

    thanks for sponsoring this.

    2kidsblogger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  119. Parent's Choice Gentle Formula

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  120. My best money saving baby tip is to make your own baby food! They sell baby food makers and they are so cute! You can jar them all up and this way you aren't spending so much on baby food!

    Amber
    Crystalclearbc@aol.com

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  121. Check with friends, family, Craigslist and thrift stores for almost-new baby items. You're going to scrub them down well anyway, so why spend extra for new? Just make sure you check on the internet to make sure what you're getting hasn't been recalled. asthenight at gmail dot com

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  122. We could use the parent's choice pediatric drink. My daughter does not get any where the nutrients she needs. Thank you!

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  123. I am a coupon diva myself and I am now busy teaching my children the art.

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  124. Hi, today's entry almost 2 am!

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  125. Today's entry. ;-)

    mfalcon13 at hotmail dot com

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  126. I'm partial to a soy-based formula for a healthier non-dairy option - so my favorite product would definitely be the Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA. Thanks for the giveaway!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  127. Good mornin' y'all.
    Today's entry.

    harmonden[at]wowway[dot]com

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  128. The Parents Choice Pediatric Drink seems like a great option.

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  129. I make my own baby food in a blender--it's easy and healthy and a lot cheaper than commercial baby food.

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  130. Breast feed your children if possible. It is the healthiest way to go.

    TWBellamy@hotmail.com

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  131. thursdays entry! vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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  132. I like the Parent's Choice Gentle Infant Formula-it sounds like it would be nice for my colicy niece.
    smchester at gmail dot com

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  133. 7/1 Entry

    shel704 at aol dot com

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  134. Todays Entry!
    Everyone have a great day!
    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  135. Parent's Choice baby wipes are the best!

    contact me at:
    celeste@mail4me.com

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  136. The Parent's Choice Added Rice Infant Formula is my fave because my son is using it!

    hebert024 at aol dot com

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  137. save money with generic diapers!

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  138. Thursday's entry!
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  139. You can sign up to receive coupons from a lot of baby sites! Also making your own baby food and freezing some saves money and is better for your little one.

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  140. Today's Entry

    2kidsblogger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  141. I need, need, need help paying for formula. Thank you for this chance.

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  142. today's entry.

    thanks!

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

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  143. Buy off brand products and use coupons!

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  144. make your own baby food - saves SO much & super fresh!

    autumn398 @ yahoo.com

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  145. I usually opt for soy-based formulas, so choosing my favorite product was a no-brainer: the Parent's Choice Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA. Thanks for the giveaway!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  146. My favorite Parent's Choice product is the Milk based infant formula with iron

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  147. friday entry! vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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  148. Friday's entry!
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  149. THe immune support formula looks great!

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  150. Today's entry.

    sphinxcw at aol dot com

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  151. Today's Entry

    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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  152. Good afternoon, this is today's entry.
    harmonden[at]wowway[dot]com

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  153. give them empty boxes to play with! FREE!

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  154. Instead of buying baby food, puree your own whole foods. it's even cheaper if they come from your garden. Food can be frozen in ice trays for portioning.

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  155. I like their line of organic formulas!

    hblaser at gmail dot com

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  156. daily entry

    2kidsblogger(at)gmail(dot)com

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  157. my favorite product from the website is the Parent's Choice Infant Bottle Liners

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  158. today's entry i would also like to try the parents choice My Little Meals

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  159. I like the immune support formula!

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  160. Today's entry: Happy 4th of July!
    harmonden[at]wowway[dot]com

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  161. Saturday's entry -- Happy 4th!
    katiekarr at gmail dot com

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  162. Count me in for 07/04 :)

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  163. saturday entry! happy 4!!! vanitizebaby@yahoo.com

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  164. I'm not a complete vegan, but I do try to opt for non-meat and non-dairy options as much as possible, so my favorite Parent's Choice product would definitely be the Soy Infant Formula DHA & ARA. Thanks for the giveaway!

    gkaufmanss@yahoo.com

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  165. Today's entry!


    mfalcon13 at hotmail dot com

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  166. Back for today's entry. Thanks!

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  167. Today's Entry!
    dawns_horizen@yahoo.com

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