Monday, April 18, 2011

Babies gotta eat too!

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of PBM Products for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

As a mother of an infant I know all too well about the need to make sure my little one is getting all he needs from his formula. Don't get me wrong I am a huge advocate of breastfeeding, but I know that isn't always an option for everyone. In my case I was only successful at breastfeeding with 1 of my 3 babies.

For those of us who have to rely on formula to provide the nutrition their baby needs, we want to make sure our baby is getting the same nutrients and vitamins as they would with breastmilk.

If you are a busy mom like myself, you don't always have the time to go to the grocery store, so I think it is awesome that carries formula. They carry Bright Beginnings brand formula which is a great alternative to some of the highly priced national brands. If you love saving money and don't like having to get out to the store just for a can of formula, you can now just buy on


Bright Beginnings brand is comparable to the major brand name formulas in everything except the price. Bright Beginnings also have Organic formula! I know how important having organic is to some.

Premium nutrition, without the premium price! With a new baby at home, we all know how expensive it can be.
Trust me, I just spent $21 on a 23 oz. can today, and while browsing around I notice the equivalent of the brand I bought in the Bright Beginnings brand is only $14.39!! Wow! Add that up over the course of a month or two and that would be some major savings!

There are also few other offers I've seen that I'd like to point out. They have free shipping on formula on orders over $49 and free returns. For first time customers there are 2 great coupon codes; 1 is 20% off diapers for 3 months, the other is for 10% off everything else!

For those who like to stay connected, you can "like" Bright Beginnings on Facebook! If you want to know more about the brand, just ask away!

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Emily said...

wow thanks for the info I do both breast feed and eventually formula. This is great to know because buying formula just about kills me some times. It's ridiculous what they charge. Thanks