We are currently on holiday in France. I brought 4 cases of Cow and gate hungry baby ready made cartons with us as I thought it would be enough but think the change in routine has changed her feeding pattern and i'm scared that we're going to run out.
I have been looking in all the supermarkets and pharmacies at formulas and done some research online and seem to have limited options which are:
aptamil powder (started dd on aptamil before changing to c&g so should be ok)
or a french brand called guizot.
Problem is that I can only find ready made in a 10m+formula and if i was to use powdered formula I have no way of heating the water up as we are touring so different hotels and most don't have a kettle.
Think my only way is to buy a kettle and flask. Anyone else had similar problems & if so what did you do? x
Either you can buy a small portable kettle or I am pretty sure most hotels would be more than happy to help you - they will have a kettle in the kitchen or at least a way to boil water - or go to a cafe nearby again they are likely to be more than happy to help I would think
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