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Fellow CMPAers....

(12 Posts)
cjt110 Mon 08-Feb-16 13:03:33

We have tried soya milk (un/sweetened) and he wont touch either.

Koko and Alprosoya coconut - Won't touch.

Tried Oatly - Gave him the most horrendous watery loose nappies with just a small amount - Talking milk residue on a spoon followed by 6 watery nappies that day then 2 solid ones. Tried again the following day, much the same results.

Have bought some Almond milk... Wish me luck!

dementedpixie Mon 08-Feb-16 17:47:20

What age is he? Did you try the alpro soya 1+ milk that is suitable from age 1?

cjt110 Tue 09-Feb-16 08:49:28

Hi demented. He's 17m. No, just normal soya milk

Poppybella2015 Sat 13-Feb-16 21:00:18

Alpro soya plus one. Or normal soya mixed with nesquick

Minirocky Sat 13-Feb-16 21:26:38

My dd2 14 months has the sweetened soya milk from lidl. She likes it a lot, thankfully as she hated her formula (aptimil pepti). Good luck with the almond milk.

Equilibrium105 Mon 15-Feb-16 09:43:55

No luck with the almond milk. He'll have it in cereal but not to drink :|

dementedpixie Mon 15-Feb-16 09:47:44

Do you not normally get formula prescribed up to age 2 when they are CMPA?

Minirocky Mon 15-Feb-16 09:55:39

Dementedpixie think you can. We chose not to on the advice of the consultant. I'm glad as she drinks soya much better than she would the formula.

BaBaBaBoomBoom Mon 15-Feb-16 11:37:33

Ds loves the alpro soya 1+, it tastes like custard!

Supportingeachother1983 Mon 15-Feb-16 15:53:28

Alpro vanilla flavour tastes nice!

Supportingeachother1983 Mon 15-Feb-16 15:53:58

Or mixing one of the nesquick flavoured powders with soya milk

Supportingeachother1983 Mon 15-Feb-16 15:54:26

And the chocolate flavoured coconut milk is really nice

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