MY SON IS 10 MONTHS ANS STILL REQUIRE HIS MILK TO BE WARMED?
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Well, they will let you know when they don't want it warm anymore.. but you can slowly introduce him to colder milk.. room temp at first..I mean, he has a mouth full of teeth and he weighs as much as my 26mth old daughter..
So i'm thinking just try it with him, maybe for snacks.. he may just stick to it..he may not budge on bedtime though..
Sarah-Anne - posted on 01/28/2010
i never started giving her warm milk. Bella freaked out whenever i tried to nurse her, so i just pumped everything and she drank it right out of the fridge. She even likes her foods to be cold. If it's even a little bit warm, she refuses to eat it until it sits out long enough to get cold.
My friends daughter is now 4 and it took her until she was about 2 to want to drink cold milk. the introduction of chocolate to the milk probably helped, but sometimes she asks for warm instead of cold.
Christina - posted on 01/28/2010
My son is ten months old, too and he still likes his milk to be warm. I even warm his juice. I think the cold is sort of a shocker and uncomfortable for them. I breastfeed him (he gets bottles a couple times a day) and the breast milk is warm.
CINDY - posted on 01/26/2010
I have the opposite problem! LOL! not one of my sons would ever take warm milk from about 2 weeks after birth!
This is fine with me, room temp makes it easier 4 me although trying to explain it to nangie (my grandmother) is a whole different story!!!
Kathy - posted on 01/25/2010
my two middle sons took bottles til 17mo and always liked it warm . my 10mo old still likes his formula warm , and i know it's a pain ,i'm hoping when it gets warm outside he will like it cool ,by then he should be on the cup . we a trying the cup know and i put cold milk in it and he spits it out . warm is okay it's not going to hurt him it's only inconvient.
I say whenever he wants to stop. My nephew still like his milk warm and he's 12. My other daughter won't drink milk thanks to my motherinlaw (grrrrr don't even go there). My daughter who is 10 months won't drink anything cold not even water she lets it sit.
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