It’s amazing how you can learn so much about one little person in such a short amount of time. During pregnancy, you spend the entire time imagining what this little person inside of you will be like. Then, once they arrive, you must get to know them. Their likes. Their dislikes. Each and every one of their weird little quirks. Their #formulaforhappiness. I’ve experienced this phenomenon three times now.
For my oldest, Cyanne, her #formulaforhappiness was playing. It seemed we bonded the most through play. She’d spend hours upon hours giggling and having a ball. My middle child, Caelyn, is our house comedian. She loves to make people laugh. At the age of 2, she already has quite the sense of humour! She’ll crack a joke here and there and once she sees that you’re laughing, there isn’t any stopping the silliness!
My youngest, Calleah, is a cuddler. She lives up to the typical stereotype of the youngest child, and is attached to me at the hip. She loves to be held, and will just look into your face smiling the entire time.
Each of the girls have a different #formulaforhappiness, and together, they make up mine.
I love that Gerber’s new #formulaforhappienss initiative has embraced how each and every child is unique. There Gerber Good Start Infant Formula are now all Non-GMO. That means that they aren’t made with any genetically modified organisms. While there isn’t any reason to believe that Non-GMO products are healthier than other products, Gerber® Good Start® Infant Formulas has made this change in order to meet the evolving preferences of formula using parents. They understand that, like children, parents deserve the right to have their unique #formulaforhappiness met when it comes to feeding their baby.
At the end of the day, your #forumlaforhappiness consist of whatever makes you happy. I’d love to hear yours! Feel free to share your unique #formulaforhappiness, along with your thoughts on Gerbers new Non-GMO Infant nutrition in the comments below!