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    Not really, unless if I see a parent pour it into a milk bottle or a sippy cup. Though with I just look away and don't give it any thought. Not my kids, not my problem.

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    Yes. Especially in a baby bottle.

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    My 6 year old and 2 year old have had a small glass if coke each on a special occasion. Judge away!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mum2EandR View Post
    My 6 year old and 2 year old have had a small glass if coke each on a special occasion. Judge away!
    On a special ocassion is one thing, regularly is another.

    That being said dd has never had any coke.

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    My 10 year old just lost another baby tooth on the weekend, not sure what's the normal age to be still losing these teeth but is that what people base the age of drinking coke on? Whether they have baby teeth or not? Think I just worked out what some people do when they aren't online, they walk around harassing people in the street and spying on people to see what their kids are drinking. If you don't know, let it go.

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    I would judge if it was in a baby bottle or sippy cup but not if an older child (so age 4+) had a coke in their hand.

    I have never actually seen a baby with coke/choc milk etc in a bottle, I have only read of it on here (could be that I am not taking any real notice of other kids when I am out or it just may not happen very often).

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    Yes, caffeine isn't for kids.

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    Not as much as I was judging the mother I saw telling an 18 month hold to hurry up and finish the 500ml can of V he was drinking!!!!

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