My son Clayton is now 9 months old and the doctors say that i should shift him from his infant formula to cows milk once he is a year old. I'm not sure if i'm comfortable giving him cow's milk, recently i've started thinking that its pretty unnatural to drink cow's milk (I never drank it that much) and two people in my family are lactose intolerant, not to mention the multiple studies that have show its not actually good for you. I also just did some reasearch on Enfamil's Enfagrow Premium Toddler formula (because Clayton is currently on their Infant Premium) and discovered that it contains Corn Syrup Solids, so I'm totally not going to give him that, but I looked into a few other brands and I know that the Gerber Toddler formula does NOT contain corn syrup solids.
So should I transition him to the Gerber Toddler formula or give him cow's milk, despite my misgivings? This choice is very difficult for me to make as I know my son's father and my mother are going to push for me to give him cow's milk.