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    Just plain weird...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-biscotti View Post
    Very VERY strange gift for a toddler but that aside, I love my soda******! We don't use the flavouring, I just love the "bubble water" as Miss 7 calls it.
    We use it for 'special' sparkling water. So good for a hot day.

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    Bit weird. I could understand if you had issues getting your toddler to drink water like we do. My now 2 year old has always refused to drink plain water so we give him diluted cordial or diluted fresh juice, but he does love sparkling water so if we are out I always buy it for myself and he can have some as a treat. I certainly wouldn't give any other fizzy drinks with sugar but maybe you could use it just for fizzy water as a treat here and there?

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    That's just bizarre!

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    Are there sugar-free flavouring syrups available, just out of interest? My kids (5 & 2) rarely gravitate toward soft-drinks at parties, etc. I was just thinking that if it were me, I would probably use it if sugar-free flavouring was available...I spend a fortune on Diet-Coke!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by J37 View Post
    Are there sugar-free flavouring syrups available, just out of interest? My kids (5 & 2) rarely gravitate toward soft-drinks at parties, etc. I was just thinking that if it were me, I would probably use it if sugar-free flavouring was available...I spend a fortune on Diet-Coke!!

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    Yes there is. I actually use it to water down juice. Fizzy apple juice is the best.

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    My toddler adores plain soda water, really odd gift but it would suit us. Id have to specifically request it as it is so odd!

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    I would stay clear of sugar free syrups as well, I can only imagine the additives and artificial sweeteners they would use and definitely would not be suitable for a child - DS loves mineral or soda water so like pp,s have said maybe you could use it just for that?

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    Odd gift, but they're great for just making fizzy water.

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    You're actually better off having sugar than sugar free! Sugar free is just rubbish put together.


 

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