2 years old baby

Question: Hi.. I have a 2yr old baby and I am planning to go native on next week. We need to travel by train and it is night journey of 12 hrs. My question is how can i arrange milk for him during travel. Usually I give him cows milk before going to bed and early morning. Please give me some suggestions regarding this. Thank you..

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Answer: Hello! You can use tetra pack milk. They are available in small sizes of 200 ml. Carrying then is also very handy and there is no need to store. Also being in tetra pack can be easily stored out unless it is opened. Hence, nothing to worry about it. Take care
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    Solly Joseph116 days ago

    Thank you so much...

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