ff v's milk

Oh, we're done with all that vegetable-steaming and mess, our children are cutlery-wielding, spaghetti-chomping angels... at least some of the time.

ff v's milk

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Postby Kafrin » 05 Feb 2008, 12:55

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Postby ches » 05 Feb 2008, 14:39

Kafrin, Johnny is now 2 weeks short of a year and at nursery. He nicked his mate's cow's milk on Saturday and slurped it down, which was interesting as breastmilk apparently tastes so much better. I don't plan to wean him and will keep expressing as I have a great Medela electric pump.

However... just lately he has taken to food in a big way, and only takes one bottle at nursery (they offer him more, he only drinks one) plus a very brief nurse when I come to visit at lunch time. I now send him with a yoghurt and some dilluted juice plus some Rooibos tea because all the food has been slowing his bowels. Between the nursing in the morning, evening and yes, still most of the night, he's getting plenty of milk. Add to that the yoghurt and cheese that he eats on the way home and he's getting loads of calcium so no need for cow's milk or mommy milk at nursery except that I am still pumping 10 oz a day for my own comfort more than anything else so I send some that he can have a bottle at the end of the day if he can't wait for me to pick him up.
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