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    Mostly water only. None of us like milk and I don't keep anything else in the house.

    We really only have juice of softdrinks on special occasions eg Christmas, parties.

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    DS1 is 6 and only has water.

    Milk rarely as a drink and he might have juice with his grandparents or a party but that too would be rare.

    We just only ever offered water and took water in a drink bottle everywhere so thats all he really knows.

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    Ds is 4 and has water milk juice at home and if at a party he is allowed a cup of lemonade. Has had a hot chocolate before too.
    Oh and has had cordial too. Is not like he has it daily or even weekly so I'm not too worried about too much sugar. It's a treat. Except the juice we always have juice with brekky

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    Water, milk , smoothies or babycinos here. She's 3.

    Apple juice or coconut water when she is unwell.

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    DD is almost 15 months and only has water and she has cows milk before bed. We rarely have juice in the house and it's not something I would give her.
    I have always had a preference for sweet drinks so I want to keep them away from DD and limit them to very very occasional consumption only.

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    Water and milk at home- Friday night is treat night so it's dinner of their choice (generally pizza, fish and chips or nachos) and chocolate milk. Occasionally when we're out they'll have a juice or every now and then a ginger beer. When the weather hits 40 degrees they're allowed a slurpee. They're 4 and 6.

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    DD IS 3. We only have water and milk at home. At parties etc she will have a few sips of juice or poppers, but doesn't really seem to like them. She does have milkshakes when we are out.

    I'm not really bothered if she sometimes has cordial or soft drink, but if she doesn't ask for them I won't be offering them.

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    We don't have anything in our house other than water so only water for my 4 girls aged 9,7,6&4. On the rare occasion they'll get a pop top juice but we do try steer clear of it at most times.

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    Only water or milk before 3years. Ds 8yrs and 5yrs have a juice box maybe once a week, if we go out for dinner we will get a can of lemonade to share. Other than that they have water, they don't ask for anything else, they are big water drinkers. They will have a milo on our Saturday night family movie night.

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    And ds3 who is 2yrs has water only.


 

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