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    I'm going to start weaning DS to formula next week. He's 6 months. Should I use the 6 month + formula? I have a vague recollection of someone telling me that there is no need and that the 0-6 month formula is fine.


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    Both would be fine for this age. Iron content in the stage 1 is lower but if he eats well stage 1 is fine as is stage 2 up to you which way to go. There is too many to choose from 😊


 

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