September 13, 2019 3 min read
After a couple of weeks of attempting to breastfeed Everett, I decided to pump because he fed better from a bottle exclusively. In a few months, he started to show signs of an 'allergy' to something in my milk, so the pediatrician suggested cutting dairy out of my diet first. After a few weeks, his symptoms cleared up, and I continued to bottle feed expressed milk. My supply fluctuated a lot, and so I started researching formulas in case I needed to supplement. I looked at hypoallergenic formulas, but they still had soy and some cow milk, which wasn’t satisfying. When I found Kabrita and read how goat milk protein is easier for little ones to digest, I knew it was one I was going to try. I never had to supplement but I did have to switch to formula when I got pregnant with my second. Everett never hesitated to take the goat milk formula after being exclusively bottle-fed breastmilk. He really loved it and still drinks it a little past two years old!
I needed something to replace breastmilk for Everett after I got pregnant with my second baby. He had cow milk sensitivity, so goat milk formula was the best option for him! I only had Everett on a cow milk-based formula for about a week, between weaning off of breastmilk and starting Kabrita, and he was miserable. He was constipated, and he never had that issue with breastmilk, even after starting solids. Once we started him on Kabrita he was regular and he didn’t seem distressed at all.
My second son, Asher, is having the same cow milk sensitivity issues, so I use it to supplement because my supply isn’t quite enough to keep up with him. He loves it and hasn’t had any issues!
The European quality element was a big plus and made me feel even better about my decision to choose this formula for my boys. From what I’ve read their standards for formula are pretty high.
Both boys took to Kabrita well. My first one loves it so much that if I try to give him any other milk, he throws a fit. My second goes between Kabrita and breastmilk with no qualms. The flavor is very mild, and the smell is pleasant. To me, cow's milk formula doesn’t smell that great- going in or coming out.
My favorite things about Kabrita are:
Kabrita non-GMO Goat Milk Formula is designed to maintain the natural comfort of little ones during feeding transitions, such as weaning, supplementing or changing formulas due to skin or tummy troubles*.
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