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    I wouldn't worry too much if she's a good eater. My dd self weaned from boob around 7months, we went to formula but by around 9months she would only drink 50-100mls of each bottle we were tipping out more than she was drinking. We talked to the health nurse and she advised that she probably wouldn't be getting a lot out of the little bit she actually drank, as long as she was eating well and gaining weight we could stop bottles. So she had her last bottle at 9/10 months and hasn't had any issues from it at all. Has only now become a big cows milk drinker but used to eat a lot of dairy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elijahs Mum View Post
    cows milk is just a drink , not a formula replacement - the recommended daily intake of dairy for babies over 12 months is 1 and a half serves a day ( 1 serve is 250ml of milk or a tub of yogurt) so yes 1 cup of milk a day plus some cheese or yogurt is perfect


    I think 600ml a day is too much and might fill her up - this is the latest healthy eating guidelines with all the minimum requirements needed from each food group - you can show your DH if he wants to read it

    https://www.nhmrc.gov.au/_files_nhmr...ary_131014.pdf

    The minimum recommended amount of milk, yoghurt, cheese and/or alternatives ranges from 11⁄2-2 serves a day for children up to 8 years
    That guideline is very helpful, thanks for posting! 😀😀😀

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    We stopped cold turkey with part time formula at 12 months. She gets everything she needs from food and 100 mls of cows milk in a cup

    We aim for 500mg of calcium per day
    130mls cows milk in cereal
    70g of yoghurt
    2 handfuls of cheese
    100mls cows milk in cup
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