i am a mother of 5and half yr old kid,everyday i have to run after my kid to finish her milk since i want her to leave her bottle and she dislikes having milk by glass,today she resisted going to school we explained her and made her go to school but to my utter dismay she returned back after sometime without attending the school,i was so sad with her behaviour that throughout this day i haven't talked to her,i know she understood that i m not talking bt she hasn't still came to talk to me or say sorry

Mayuri - posted on 07/11/2012 ( 2 moms have responded )

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i am a mother of 5and half yr old kid,everyday i have to run after my kid to finish her milk since i want her to leave her bottle and she dislikes having milk by glass,today she resisted going to school we explained her and made her go to school but to my utter dismay she returned back after sometime without attending the school,i was so sad with her behaviour that throughout this day i haven't talked to her,i know she understood that i m not talking bt she hasn't still came to talk to me or say sorry what shall i do,am i doing right not talking to her pls someone advise me.

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Louise - posted on 07/12/2012

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My daughter does not like milk either. As long as she eats cheese or yoghurt there is no need for her to drink milk. I was more worried that a 5 year old was wallking around alone and not at school where you thought she was. This is dangerous! Dont ignore the girl sit her down and tell her that she must go into the school to stay safe. When you take her to school tomorrow, stand and watch her go in before coming home.

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Amy - posted on 07/11/2012

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My son hasn't had a glass of milk since he was 2 or 3, he's now 6. He got sick one time and that was the end of it! Very similar story with my 2 year old daughter she went to visit her grandparents had milk on her way there and then got sick, won't drink it since then. Will she eat other alternatives and then you don't have to chase after her to drink her milk like cheese or yogurt? And she probably doesn't understand why you aren't talking to her just because she wouldn't drink her milk.

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