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Seven weeks ago I gave birth to my sweet baby girl, Sienna. It was love at first sight! She is such a darling little girl with a very calm, happy personality, and I am so excited and grateful to be her mom.
She is a great sleeper (yay!), she melts right into me when I hold her, she loves being held so she is sitting up and can see everything that’s going on, and she is adored by all who meet her. She is just perfect!
We have four other kids going to school in three different languages at four different schools, which means endless school drop offs, pick ups, homework and projects, ASB obligations, school dances, church activities, Boy Scout adventures, family getaways, and so much more. Throw in all my blog creating, photography, writing, etc., and life is pretty busy!
I chose with our daughter Sienna to supplement breast-feeding with formula for a few different reasons. Feeding a baby is a very special thing. I’ve formed such strong bonds with my babies by feeding them, and there is something so tender about having your child rely on you for their most basic of needs.
My husband and kids ADORE the baby, and I want them to be able to experience this bond too, which can be done through them feeding her a bottle with formula.
Because I have a large family and run my own business, I also need some flexibility when it comes to feeding my baby. Supplementing with formula gives me that flexibility. If we are out and about at our latest activity or out exploring with the family and Sienna gets hungry, I can easily feed her.
Because I want the best for my baby, I’ve been feeding her new Enfamil NeuroPro™ formula. It has a brain-building fat-protein blend of MFGM and DHA previously only found in breast milk*.
Enfamil NeuroPro is the first and only formula to add MFGM as an ingredient in amounts supported by clinical research. MFGM has been clinically shown to help close the gap in cognitive development between formula-fed and breastfed infants.** Enfamil® is the #1 brand of infant formula recommended by pediatricians and has been trusted by hospitals for over 25 years.
I can’t wait to share more with you about our sweet Sienna. We just adore her and are so happy that she is part of our family!
Visit Enfamil.com for more information and education on Enfamil NeuroPro.
*In amounts supported by clinical research. As measured by Bayley cognitive scores.
**As measured by Bayley-III cognitive score at 12 months in a different formula with MFGM added as an ingredient.
This is sponsored by Enfamil® Infant Formula.