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... So, I'm slowly moving my dd over to whole milk. The doctor said to only offer the whole milk in a sippy cup so we can also start to wean the baby off of bottles. She also said if I put the milk in her bottle she'll associate the milk and bottle and won't take it in a cup. ... (8 replies)
... I switched to whole milk at 11mths and took me a mth to completeley put him on whole milk. I had to mix it with formula coz DS did not like the whole milk right away. ... (5 replies)
... I dont think he even noticed the difference to tell you the truth. I put him on it when he was 12 months old. But doing it gradually sounds sensible. ... (5 replies)

... What is it like when you switch your child to whole milk? ... (5 replies)
... Hello! First of all there is no "magic" to switching to whole milk at one year, it is just the time that you CAN switch. My DS is 18 mos and still gets toddler formula mixed with his whole milk sometimes. ... (1 replies)
... My one year old dd is switching to whole milk. We started 1 oz of milk to 4 oz formula. ... (5 replies)
... We also started at 11 months and gradually made the change over that month. He will be a year tomorrow and he is now completely on whole milk. I have noticed that I have been having to give him something for constipation more frequently since the switch. ... (5 replies)
... Same with my kids. I did it gradually, mixing it with there formula until all they were taking was whole milk. ... (5 replies)
... my dd liked the Nuby cup also. She now drinks out of the avent sippy with or without the valve. But we are just now getting her to take milk out of a sippy. ... (8 replies)
... so the past 2 months we would give her one of her 3 bottles made of whole milk, but yesterday, we started giving her all of her bottle feeds whole milk, shes been constipated ever since. I gave her some prune juice and it worked right away. Im assuming the milk is causing this? ... (1 replies)
... My DD is going to be 1 on October 23rd. Did you all wait until after seeing the pediatrician for your child's one year visit before switching to whole milk? ... (7 replies)
... I finally gave up. My DS will only take milk out of his bottle. It's EASY for the DR to say...they don't have to deal with flying sippy cups!! ... (8 replies)
... She's been drinking without the spout since I was told to remove it. I'd bet though it the flow was controlled more, she'd drink milk from it cause she wouldn't cough when drinking. ... (8 replies)
... but I have heard that they may be able to be switched over at 9 months, in special situations. ... (4 replies)
... the beginning small cups and the larger intermediate ones. I got both and DD loves the larger ones. She slowly figuring out how to suck on it instead of tilting it back and assuming the liquid will flow right out. But she was excited and now it starting to drink her milk from it. ... (8 replies)
... My son was more than ready to give us his bottle around 10 months. ... (8 replies)
... Yes do it gradually. My dd took well to it but some kids can get constipated or gassy from the switch. Some kids maybe even lactose intolerant. ... (5 replies)
... Walmart has a brand, Nuby, that I started with because the "sippy" part is silicone and soft. After she learned to like that I transitioned her to firmer sippies with no problem. ... (8 replies)
... I never liked the idea of taking the spout out of other sippy cups anyway. It just seemed to drown him in whatever was in the cup and made a mess. ... (8 replies)
... Hello! First of all, there is no magical transition that happens at 1 year regarding taking milk. It is just a guideline for when they CAN take whole milk. ... (3 replies)




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