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This is so scary. Seems you just never stop worrying as a parent. *sigh*
My friend told me the other day that she was reading that Goat's milk is the closest to breastmilk but you have to add vitamin d. I asked about the added dha and other stuff in formula but she wasn't sure. Makes me think if I did have problems with my milk that I might just go with Goat's milk. It worked for Naden as an interim between breast and cow milk. I don't know...
Abbott Labs/Similac did not make any comments either. Who else makes liquid formula? After that other post about powdered formula being possibly unsafe for small infants, I went out and bought some liquid Similac.
Angels in Heavan. Helena May, June 28, 2007 & Alexander Michael, October 11, 2007
Abbott Labs/Similac did not make any comments either. Who else makes liquid formula? After that other post about powdered formula being possibly unsafe for small infants, I went out and bought some liquid Similac.[/b]
I did read om Similac website that no melamine was found....
we bought similac also.....WITHOUT the DHA.......it seems to make Katie cranky