Confused what to do

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Confused what to do

Postby Cornishsmiler » 23 Jan 2008, 21:40

OK, so Sam's over one now BUT he is still troughing his milk like a good'un. Should I let him set the pace in true BLW fashion or step in myself! I'm not sure whether to offer a snack and a drink of water mid-am and mid-pm instead of his milk, he has a lot of dairy products (yogurt, cheese etc), but I'm a bit stumped. Another option is to give a snack but give milk afterwards.

Also, he doesn't like to drink from sippy cups, only bottles (for milk) - any suggestions?

Sorry it's a bit garbled!!!!

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Postby Cornishsmiler » 29 Jan 2008, 19:00

Got a compromise - Sam's having 8oz first thing and then I'm giving him 6oz after lunch and then 6oz before bed - so 20oz and then he has plenty yogurts, cheese etc etc so he's just fine. I checked with the HV and she's more than happy with this and so is Sam!

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