Thats the kind of formula I'm using right now and it seems to be working well. I'm going to get a breast pump to see if I can get more of a milk supply then so hopefully I can just souly breastfeed then.
I've been using an Avent pump since I had my second child.
Sometimes I do use formula if I have to run out on an emergency and leave the baby with someone. I've tried different kinds. She always threw up the Enfamil Soy Formula and ended up lactose intolerant. It's so nice they send you samples in the mail when you have your baby so you don't have to waste over 10 dollars a can if your baby ends up with an allergy. So now I use the Parents Choice for sensitive tummies. I don't care what brand it is because she doesn't even have it every week and never really drinks much of it when I do give it to her. Bleah, I don't blame her though lol. I just wish they came in a smaller can because you have to use the whole thing in a month or toss it.
WIC takes so much time when you're in a hurry at the store. I hated separating out all my WIC from the rest and then waiting for a special person to check me out. Then I had to fill out the forms and have the kids and and myself checked out twice a year. We don't drink milk here, or eat sugar cereal because I make my own. I found that most of the stuff they offered we didn't even use. It's too bad a program like that isn't tailored to people like me. I have 6 kids on a low income, but all that just isn't worth it. SIgh lol.