Hi everyone. I am new here and I have a question about something that has really been bothering me. I teach my child not to drink after kids, however at the park today she drank after a little girl aged 3. I never really knew about diseases being passed through drinks, but found out that mono can be spread by drinking after others. I have never had mono and never really knew anyone that had it, so it's not something that ever came up to me. When I saw her drinking behind the girl, I made her stop. I am not sure how much she drank and not sure if that would even matter. Anyone else child got mono from drinking after another child? Should I be worried right now? This is the first time she drank after anyone and I found out that this can happen so I am really worried. I don't know the little girl, or the little girl's mum. She didn't seem to concerned that they drank after each other, but I am worried.
My advice, if you have typically healthy children, don't worry about it. Wash your hands when you get home. Or use wipes at the park before eating.
Mother of two spectacular girls, born mid-2010 and late 2012
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