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This tactic sort of backfired on us, but it worked. My youngest son, when he was a baby, was initially breast-fed, but then we had to stop. He hated formula. Refused to drink it. Finally, we added a little strawberry flavor to the formula. Mind you, this was our third time around. (His sisters are in college) So, we were a little more open to ...
Why don't you just microwave the water, swirl it around and make certain it's not to hot, then mix the water with the formula?
We microwave our infants formula all the time, it's all we use to heat the formula. We always swirl and double-check the temp before feeding. I disagree with the losing nutritional value statement. I don't think that warming milk to 20 degrees celcius is considered "cooking" to anyone. There is a fine line in microwaving time to go from feeding temperature ...
Does she drink juice? When I drink juice, I often dilute it by adding an equal amount of water or more (I don't want the calories of all that juice, but I don't like the taste of our water). If she isn't used to sweet juices, she'll never miss it, and you will be adding fluids to her diet. Also, some people just don't like water. Some juices actually help ...
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