Melbourne-based mum of four Jerry Powers shares how she came to use Bubs Goat Milk products for her twin boys Dhasel and Choden.
“The boys never seemed truly satisfied so we decided to start mix feeding the twins on cow’s toddler milk and it really upset them. They were both really bloated and they were crying all the time,” says Jerry.
Dhasel and Choden not responding well to solids or cow’s toddler milk led Jerry to undertake further research to see what other options were available.
After discovering the benefits of goat’s milk and learning it was the closest animal-derived alternative to breast milk, she came across Bubs. Noting that it was made in Australia, she contacted us to learn more about Bubs Goat Milk products.
“Within about 24 hours they had settled right down and have been great ever since,” says Jerry on how the twins responded to Bubs Goat Milk. “It was really immediate. It made a big difference.”
Five months on and Dhasel and Choden are thriving.
“I think the best thing about being a mum for me is the opportunity – especially having boys – to teach them how to be good people,” says Jerry on what she enjoys most about motherhood. “I am looking forward to letting them shine from the inside and then guiding them through life.”
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