Help!! My two year old found an old sippy cup of milk hidden in the playroom and took a sip before I could stop him. It's probably at least several days old!
Does anyone know what might happen?? Could he get really sick from this??
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16-12-2011 18:01 #1
Oh gross!! Will he get sick??
16-12-2011 18:02 #2
I don't reckon a sip will hurt, might give him a tummy ache, maybe the runs. DD scoffed down some old cream I had pulled from the back of the fridge and left on the bench, she was ok after a spew
17-12-2011 09:33 #3
Thanks for your reply!! Nothing seems to have happened overnight thank goodness. I've just got to be more vigilant about his secret sippy cup stash!
17-12-2011 09:52 #4
It would just be some sort of rancid yogurt, wouldn't it? My bub ate Possum poo when she was learning to crawl in the park. Did not seem to cause any harm.
17-12-2011 09:58 #5Senior Member
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My bubs has done this a few times and it has never affected her so far altho it makes me wanna chuck at the thought.
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