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    http://www.bebidrinks.com.au/

    thoghts on this product??

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    Babies don't need juice. My 3yo hasn't even had juice, so there is no way in hell I'd give it to my 8mo!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mopoke View Post
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    thoghts on this product??
    Would never use them. WHY on earth would you give you 6 month old juice especially from a bottle. Juice in a bottle is HORRIBLE.

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    I think marketing juice at that age group should be illegal.

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    Ridiculous.

    A baby under 12 months shouldn't have juice. A baby over 12 months also probably shouldn't have juice - I especially thought that if you were going to give them juice over 12 months it should be in a sippy cup or something not a bottle? (I don't know - DD is breastfed and only other drinks is water and occasionally cows milk).

    Ridiculous.

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    Why would someone give jiuce to a 6 mo old???? Thats just ridiculous!! Gobsmacked that this is going to market!

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    A lot of people are complaining about it on the company's Facebook page but it seems they are getting deleted off it.

    I don't want to turn this into a debate but I also don't agree with marketing the bottles of water as this (can't think of a better way to put it) encourages bottle feeding which I don't think can be done - hence no formula company can market their product for babies. I think anyway, correct me if I'm wrong.

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    I only recently AND reluctantly started giving DD fresh sugar free juice and she is 3!!

    Babies do NOT need juice! Water past 6 months if you want to give them something other then milk.

    My idiot cousin gave her 2 year old coke so she would think this is an amazing idea

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    I like the idea of the water. I would have used the water if I needed to when the children were young.

    I really don't like the juice. My children are school age and don't drink juice at all. They have water or milk.

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    Default bebi infant juice

    This company had a stand at the pregnancy babies and children's expo in Melbourne last month. I was sooo shocked, but I let the lady trying to sell the product do her thing, and tell me about it. I kept my opinions to myself, but I totally disagree with it. She told me that it was all natural, etc etc, with minimal fruit juice, very diluted etc. I walked away with 2 bottles that she gave me for free, that I through out when I got home. It's great that the bottles are sterile etc etc, but the actual products isn't actually needed IMO. This product has been on the shelves at Safeway for agggggeeeees in the baby section


 

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