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Cast Your Vote:

    • What? NO! -- Votes: 36
    • Meh, it's not MY website -- Votes: 43
    • Sure, I need formula! -- Votes: 62
    • Bond, James Bond. -- Votes: 10
What's wrong, flat face? TTC since Jul 2012; 1 child; 3 angel babies; Texas 13678 posts
Feb 13th '13

I think that would be awesome esp for mamas that are struggling with breastfeeding. I vote yes.

TrixieGirl Due July 4; 1 child; Maryland 1175 posts
Feb 13th '13

I too like the idea of free breast feeding supply offers as well!

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38965 posts
Feb 13th '13

if only there were such things we could do...



they don't have the BIG money that formula companies have.



breastfeeding is free... *sighs*

Emmiboo 1 child; United Kingdom 3270 posts
Feb 13th '13

The ads wouldn't bother me. People will always need formula because even if everyone who could BF did BF there'd still be that % of mammas who genuinely can't and they need to feed their babies too.

Sofie+#2 2 kids; Sheffield, So, United Kingdom 7799 posts
Feb 13th '13

Here in the UK, it's illegal to advertise, reduce the cost of, or give free samples of infant formula. They get around it by creating useless "6m +" stuff which they can advertise and put on offers.



I'm not a fan of formula advertising.

justanothamotha Due January 20; 130 kids; Climax, Michigan 5120 posts
Feb 13th '13

I said sure. I am a breastfeeding advocate, BUT I also understand that this is NOT a medical site. The only time formula samples & advertising truly annoys me is in relationship to MEDICAL sites, Dr's offices, hospitals, etc. This is the most BFing friendly & supportive board I've ever seen - so I can't see that a little formula advertising would be a huge deal to me, but that's just my take.

Nameless Ghoul 2 kids; Sweden 6452 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting ᗩmandaSixx |33 wks|:" i think its a VERY good idea since formula is so damn expensive!"


:!::!::!:

Clk 2 kids; Dexter, Michigan 12436 posts
Feb 13th '13

I voted "meh it's not my site." I am a big supporter of breastfeeding, but I understand that some women are formula feeding. It would be a big help to the women who can't afford formula very well. Plus on a buisness side of things I know forums like this are not cheap to maintain.

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38965 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting .Colleen.:" Mara, if you already have abortion ads, what's the issue with formula ads? :lol:"


abortion ads?

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38965 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting Sofia's Mummy♥:" Here in the UK, it's illegal to advertise, reduce the cost of, or give free samples of infant formula. ... [snip!] ... around it by creating useless "6m +" stuff which they can advertise and put on offers. I'm not a fan of formula advertising."


the british know what's up on this one.

drunk faith1 1 child; Alabama 10081 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting Mara:" the british know what's up on this one. "


I have to agree

r a b b i t ™ Bandle City, US, United States 27557 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting Mara:" abortion ads? "


There are ads that show up based on your browsing history. I know on occasion I'll see an abortion or "see who's been arrested" ad.

Sofie+#2 2 kids; Sheffield, So, United Kingdom 7799 posts
Feb 13th '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Mara:</b>" the british know what's up on this one. "</blockquote>




It's the entire EU who enforce the regulations :)

user banned 3 kids; Los Angeles, California 54034 posts
Feb 13th '13

I see one right now for formula samples.

Mara Due September 27 (girl); 2 kids; San Francisco, California 38965 posts
Feb 13th '13
Quoting Dr. Paradigm Shift:" I see one right now for formula samples. "


wow!



i'm not the one in charge of ads, but wanted to check w/ y'all... i'm just wondering if it's from your browser detecting the nature of the conversation (like chrome does) ... i've got "free stuff" but not free formula ads on mine.