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... Hi my son is about 14 months old and whenever I offer him water in his sippy cup he refuses it. He only drinks milk and juice. I always water down the juice with water and that works fine. But whenever he finishes his juice and crys for more I give him water and he gets mad and wont drink it. ... (9 replies)
... to get him to drink when his fever was really high. Well, he will not drink water anymore. Once he had the juice there was no turning back. I still need to start adding water to his juice so that it not so strong. ... (9 replies)
... I too have to water down the juice for my 21mo old....he will finally drink water from his cup, but it must have ice in it....he refuses to drink it any other way. ... (9 replies)

... My son is the same way. We have to water his juice WAY down. If he's really thirsty, he'll drink water but it has to have ice in it. LOL. He will spit it back out if it's not cold. ... (9 replies)
... my dd also loves to drink out of straws and likes to share my water with me. ... (9 replies)
... My daughter won't drink just plain water either, she some how knows when i don't put any juice in it. Sometimes I have tried to put just some lemon juice in the water especially when we are out to dinner and she actually likes that. I do that everytime that we go out and she loves it when my mom gives it to her too. ... (9 replies)
... LOL, sounds like my DD with milk :p Maybe try a really cool new sippy cup bought just for water? DD has this Dora the explorer cup with 2 hard plastic straws and the cup itself has 2 chambers that twist around each other, it's hard to explain, but she LOVES it, and no matter what I put in it she will drink (execpt milk grrrrr, lol), even juices she doesn't normally like.... (9 replies)
... but very mixed answers, she has the baby juice's but seems to be getting quite dependent on it and it costs alot of money, i have read she can have boiled colled water with sugar, diluted high juice or pure juices diluted or robinsons squash. ... (4 replies)
... I'm a firm believer of kids need milk. Not juice at all the poster with the baby two months early is so right. Milk should only be what they are drinking and some water after 12months. ... (17 replies)
... B about your PPD. Sometimes and I say only sometimes the simpliest talk with your OB that you think you have it makes it go away. I know this happen to me with my 4th child. I had PPD with all 4 of mine and each was different but it was still there. ... (5 replies)
... Yes, absolutely. And what your baby is drinking is NORMAL for a breastfed infant. 30ml's is about 1 ounce. My daughter, at 9 months old, has NEVER drank more then 2 ounces from a bottle in her entire life. ... (5 replies)
... Its been really hot here. My baby is 4 weeks old. And since the heat has been really bad over the last few days, his appetite seems to have gone down. ... (6 replies)
... Wow, our babies are almost one! Pass me a tissue! I remember last year around this time I couldn't wait for my pregnancy to be over with. I was so big and heavy! ... (27 replies)
... ely spits up, if he does its a normal amount an nothing bad. he is much happier with it. hes never been fussy an still at 3 months now, with absolutely refuse to drink a bottle that doesnt have any rice in it, he will suck afew times an turn his head. ... (2 replies)
... Trooper is right. First off why would you make a baby cry it out at age 3 months? ... (9 replies)
Help I cant sleep!
May 15, 2006
... As for getting him full, I dont think I could get him any more full before bed, he will eat a small amount of food, soup or such and then drink a 8 oz bottle, and while goin to sleep, he drinks 4 oz of milk. ... (11 replies)




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