My 2-year-old has recently stopped nursing, and the major part of her diet is milk. It's great milk, raw and from local grassfed cows. But she drinks a lot more of that than she eats solid food. She eats some and what she eats is a wide variety - largely meat (grassfed beef, free range chicken, etc.), free range eggs, a good amount and variety of fruit and veggies. But such a high percentage - certainly over half - of her diet is milk. It's really good milk, and I'm not sure if she'd eat more of the good stuff she eats if I took it away. I'm afraid it would get replaced with filler material, like crackers. I'd get some whole grain organic crackers, but they'd still be crackers, you know? She is healthy and a good weight and everything. I can't help worrying about her diet. Her sister never had an interest in cow's milk, but then I didn't get raw milk back then and maybe she would have if I'd had access to it. It's so different from how her sister ate that I am nervous. Of course her sister ate a lot of stuff like dry cereal and crackers, and I've been trying to keep the little one away from that.
So how much milk is too much for a young 2-year-old? How much do your toddlers drink?