Feeding an Adopted Baby Without Commercial Formula

Feeding an Adopted Baby Without Commercial Formula

 

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The quest to offer my children the chance for the best health possible has led me further down the road of natural health than I would have ever imagined.

Well actually, I never imagined being anywhere NEAR the road of natural health.

I am a RN. Not only that, I grew up in a world and culture where mainstream medicine was duly adhered to. No questions asked.

Having children and the subsequent millions of new decisions that lie before you….can really make you examine your understanding of important things.

After a process of grueling discussions, countless hours of reading and careful reconsideration my husband and I decided it was our role to take ownership of our children’s health.  We did. And we haven’t looked back.

We honestly grew into this process in such a natural way, one change after the other, all for the purpose of supporting and strengthening our children’s bodies to function the way they were so beautifully designed.

THEN, a curve-ball came when we adopted our son at 2 weeks old.

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Continue reading what we did to feed our sweet boy

with the best nutrition possible!!

 

 

Our story shared on The Healthy Home Economist………read here.

 

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Be sure to read the rest of our amazing journey to nourish our adopted son with the best nutrition possible!
Read the story HERE, featured on the Healthy Home Economist.

 

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  1. Thank you for sharing your story, Lauren. A couple years ago, my sister-in-law was able to nurse her adopted son after months of pumping in preparation for his birth. I remember how hard it was on her, but what a blessing to be able to give that to your child! Thanks for sharing this at Savoring Saturdays, I hope you’ll link up again this weekend. :)