Yeah that is what I was originally considering...but they are even more $! So then I thought the bigger cartons..but not if it has to be used within two nights! I'll have to get around to reading the packages.
I am probably really premature at all this worrying business...I'm only 21 weeks pregnant!
I don't do this, but I can't see how it would be a problem. When your LO arrives you will probably quickly find that you will do pretty much whatever it takes to keep LO happy and if $ isn't a major concern then you will just do what you find most convenient for the both of you. There are threads about on this site about pre-preparing feeds and keeping them in the fridge and how this works out for people that you may want to check out, that would make your night feeds cheaper and perhaps easier. I found this site helpful just to see how people make up formula in the night as well, there are some great idea's out there.
once we had my daughter on the powder she would not even try the ready made. It smelled completely different and looked different even if it was the same brand. Plus the one time we were despirate and out with only the ready made she ate because she was hungry and threw it up promptly. Not sure you would want to switch.
My lo is not fussy. She was/is breastfed primarily, and when needed we top up with sma powdered formula. Also we sometimes use cow and gate ready made 7oz cartons. The best thing would be to pick one brand, if lo likes it stick with it. For nightdress prepare bottle as normal, cool and refrigerate. Then you can warm as needed. You can keep premade formula for 24hrs in the fridge.
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