How much milk/fluid should a 1 year old be getting?
My son is turning one and is breastfed on demand. I am trying to introduce whole milk in a sippy cup but he just won't take it. I stared giving him water in a sippy at 9 months but he never really drank it, just chewed on it. He is also starting to become less interested in nursing, only about 3 times a day. I'm worried he is not getting enough fluids. He eats yogurt and cheese so i'm not too worried about the calcium, but I don't want him dehydrated. Any suggestions?
well if he having same amount wet diapers hes fine but maybe give him a bottle first that will probably be easier for him than a sippy if u demand sippy try nuby its soft but i say go with bottle one shapped like a nipple. hope he does well
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