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    Default Re: When to stop using formula

    Quote Originally Posted by singa06 View Post
    Im not a huge fan of long term multi vitamins. There have been studies linking them to shortened life expectancy.
    Not long term use, just if your child goes through fussy eating periods.

    If they are eating well and healthy they dont need the vitamins in formula either. At least with multis they arent filling up on formula milk all the time

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    I got told what chn#2 told you except to get rid of the bottle.....
    I got rid of the bottles at 12months and formula along with that however I think I am going to have to start trying to give DS the toddler formula because he is little lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlemissellie View Post
    Not long term use, just if your child goes through fussy eating periods.

    If they are eating well and healthy they dont need the vitamins in formula either. At least with multis they arent filling up on formula milk all the time

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    Very true.

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    Default When to stop using formula

    Quote Originally Posted by bubbabailey View Post
    I got told what chn#2 told you except to get rid of the bottle.....
    I got rid of the bottles at 12months and formula along with that however I think I am going to have to start trying to give DS the toddler formula because he is little lol
    What did your ds drink from? A sippy cup? Or?
    My lo either just drinks from a normal cup or has a sippy cup with a straw (which I can't imagine her lying down and drinking from lol) might need to get a new sippy cups....


 

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