More than 1 million babies in the UK are being given the formula known as “baby Einstein” to boost their learning skills, which are often overlooked in the curriculum.
“It’s a fantastic idea,” said the baby’s father, Robert.
“I think it’s great that they’re trying to do this.”
It gives babies the opportunity to see their mum’s face on the bottle, and to see her smile, and that makes a big difference.
“Robert said he hoped his daughter, who was born in the first half of the year, would take to the formula quickly.”
I’m a little bit disappointed’Baby Einstein is the latest in a series of new formula-related products being released in the run-up to Christmas. “
It’s something she should be able to handle very quickly.”‘
I’m a little bit disappointed’Baby Einstein is the latest in a series of new formula-related products being released in the run-up to Christmas.
In December, the UK government announced plans to introduce a new range of formula-based products to schools across the country.
The Government has also announced plans for new nurseries and pharmacies in a bid to boost the supply of formula in schools.
And in December, British supermarket giant Tesco announced it was introducing a new line of formula for babies under two years of age.
It is believed to be the first time in more than 50 years that a baby formula has been developed for babies.
Robert said the formula would be a great gift for any child who wanted to learn about history, geography, and science.
But he said he was disappointed the government was not looking at introducing a “normal” range of baby formulas.
He said: “It was great to have a baby Einstein, but I’m a bit disappointed the product is not a normal range.”