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Another toddler formula question

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I posted about toddler formula a few days ago, asking if you feel it is necessary for a young toddler to receive it, when breastfeeding is over or very decreased. Most replied that no...it's not necessary.

My 12 month old currently nurses only once or twice per day. She loves a bottle of milk 2 or 3 times per day. She refuses water in it, but will take sips between bottles. For the milk, we're using organic formula.

My question is...if a 12 month baby demands milk bottles (probably for the bonding sessions) what would you put in those bottles? (Pumped milk isn't an option.)
post #2 of 3

Organic formula is a lot more nutritious to a 12m than cow's milk. If you are already using formula than I would probably continue through her babyhood which to my mind is a lot more like 18m.

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Originally Posted by JudiAU View Post

Organic formula is a lot more nutritious to a 12m than cow's milk. If you are already using formula than I would probably continue through her babyhood which to my mind is a lot more like 18m.

 



Thank you! That's my thought as well.

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