4 Families Share Their Feeding Stories (Watch!)

New parents talk about doing what’s best for baby—no matter what.
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ByThe Bump Editors
Updated
Jul 2020
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Every family has their own unique journey to parenthood. But one thing all parents do have in common is wanting to give their children the very best start in life—especially when it comes to nutrition. Here, parents share why they formula feed, and how Enspire, Enfamil’s closest formula to breast milk (and 2018 Best of Baby winner), has helped their babies thrive. Watch the video to see the families’ heartwarming and emotional stories.

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