Last week we had to get out of the house much earlier than usual and I needed it to go smoothly. I offered my 20.5 month old a breakfast I expected to go down well - something new and yummy.. Cereal with just a dash of almond milk. He really has no fluids other than water and breast milk straight from the source. NOW, he begs for almond milk and cereal several times per day.
Other than the fact that we are (unsuccessfully) trying to conceive, I am not interested in weaning him... Night-weaning would be nice.... Anyway, should I be concerned about allowing him a bit of almond/soy/etc. milk on a regular basis? I don't want it to displace breast milk... I also wonder if other "extended" BFers do give their toddlers various types of milk - in cereal, in a cup, etc. Maybe I have been too restrictive on liquids?
Edited by thaihotmama - 2/24/11 at 4:00pm