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JmeJme:We had samples of both enfamil ready to feed and similac advance powder. The enfamil made her gassy, but she did well on the similac, so we stuck with it but transitioned to target brand since it's cheaper.
Basically this but we went from Similac Sensitive to the comparable Target formula for DS.
This is exactly what happened with us. We transitioned to Target brand at 10 weeks.
DD received Similac Advance in the hospital and we stuck with it. It's also what my SIL uses for LO, so I felt good using it. It works well for DD and we've never even tried to see if another formula would work. We even had samples of basically every formula that exists, but I ended up donating everything that wasn't Similac to a food bank that would take it.
We had to send my mom out to the store to pick something up after we ran into problems BF. She picked Good Start, so that's what we stuck with. We tried switching to the comparable store brand, and it turned out to be the worst two weeks ever. Had to switch back and we're all good again.
If you DO go with Good Start, go to nestlebaby.com and sign up for their welcome kit. It comes with a great little diaper bag with built-in cooler and change pad, sample can of formula, Nuk bottle, and coupons. Pretty awesome.