If you’re a regular around here, you know I recently wrote about amazing infant probiotics and it’s back! We’ve been using it on and off during the last month and I really believe it has done wonders for our baby!
I’m excited to try it more and see it continue to restore his gut to its natural state!
All of my children are really good about taking their vitamins every day and I love that this is something just for the baby!
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It’s been special that this is something my husband can do for him and that big brother can help with! My husband always loved to give the baby a bottle, as their way of bonding. Now that the baby only breastfeeds a few times a day, he doesn’t get formula or pumped bottles anymore. His daily Evivo is a way to get that bond back a little every day.
I loved getting to capture the special moments of my husband feeding breast milk mixed with Evivo to our littlest boy. Whenever they are together, I love watching them. Trenton is our youngest and he is the one who looks the most like my husband. The bond that they share is adorable and it was sweet to capture these sweet cuddles!
Evivo is a product that will definitely stay with us! For all our future babies, I will have Evivo waiting so that they are able to start their breastfeeding journey off with an added bonus!
If you missed the highlights of this product, here are some amazing facts about Evivo and why it’s so good for infants to have probiotics:
- Breast milk contains special carbohydrates that only Evivo (activated B. infantis) can fully break down and use
- Evivo is clinically proven to restore a healthy gut in your baby
- Significantly reduces the abundance of potentially harmful bacteria in your baby
To learn more about infant probiotics and how Evivo can help you baby and the science behind it – visit www.evivo.com
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Watch this video about the Evivo process and using it a special moment to bond with baby:
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