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#1 of 2 Old 11-21-2010, 08:04 AM - Thread Starter
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DS gets really fussy when I have too much dairy, so I limit what I have.  Yesterday we had mac N cheese for lunch, which I didn't think twice about, unfortunately.  Then I also had cheddar w/dinner.  DS had a wakeful fussy night.  Now, to make it worse, I mistook DP's coffee for mine this morning.  So instead of a half decaf w/rice milk I had full cafe w/whole or 2% (not sure which or if it even matters).  Should I feed from the freezer (have plenty) and pump n dump today?

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I imagine by now you've already made a decision...


With my first Son I could not eat ANY dairy or he'd be sick for a couple days. I'm not sure how severe it is for your little one, but when I had that issue with my Son I had to pump & dump any milk that had dairy in it. 


Hope things worked out.

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