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Question: My daughter is not leaving the bottle to drink milk. What should i do? She is 19 months old
Answer: Getting your little to let go of the bottle can be difficult, but it’s essential to have them completely weaned by 18 months of age to avoid obesity, iron deficiency, tooth decay, cavities, and other dental problems.
It’s best to introduce a sippy with meals around 6-9 months, and then start replacing regular bottle feedings with sippys around their first birthday.
Help make the transition smoother for your little by timing it right, letting them pick out their cups, diluting milk in the bottle, offering praise and alternative forms of comfort, and keeping bottles out of sight.
Question: Today i introduce milk bottle to my baby.... but she refuse to drink milk through bottle.. what can i do?
Answer: First try squeezing your breast milk and give that in bottle, let her taste that first, intially it will be like that only, but if you want to make that as a habit by giving small amount, first they will avoid, as days goes by they will start drinking
Question: Hi my daughter is 15months old now and she is exclusively breastfeed baby. She has never use bottle. She do not drink whole milk or cow milk when ever i try she refuse to drink. I have tried number of times but she refuse to drink. Please help what to do and how to make her drink milk. Please help
Answer: Spoon say pilaye adat daaly piny ki.thoda thoda pilaye adat ho jaygi.
Question: Hi madam. My is 17 month's old . He is not eating food n anything.even he won't drink milk also . What i have to do mam? Please suggest me.
Answer: Hello dear, If your toddler loses interest, or seems tired, cranky or unwell, take the food away. Try to give her in a different way like custard, fruit salad, pooding etc. u can use vaggie like cutlet, veg sandwich, fried vegetables rice etc.....Sometimes toddlers want to try new foods if you just keep trying....Make mealtimes a happy, regular and social family occasion – sit together to eat with your toddler whenever possible. Show your toddler how much you enjoy eating the food you’ve prepared. Get your toddler involved in helping to prepare and cook family meals....
Offer new foods when you and your toddler are relaxed and she isn’t too tired or distracted by other things . Set a time limit of about 20 minutes for a meal. If your toddler hasn’t eaten the food, take it away and don’t offer an alternative snack or meal....Offer new foods with foods that your toddler already knows and likes. Keep offering new foods. It can take 10-15 tries for children to accept and enjoy new foods....
If your toddler refuses something, offer it again in a week or so. Let your toddler touch, lick and play with food, and allow for some mess as she learns to eat. Let your toddler feed himself and give him some help if he needs it....
Hope it helped, take care ur little one....