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Anyone given cows milk before 1 year?

(12 Posts)
swiperfox Mon 11-Apr-05 19:48:28

Just wondering if 1 year is still the general rule for giving milk and if you all stick to it!!

littlerach Mon 11-Apr-05 19:49:18

I ti still the recommendation, not sure how closely you need to follow it.

Twiglett Mon 11-Apr-05 19:52:26

me - DD started at 10 months (I took my lead from Mears )

I gave up BF and couldn't see the point of formula as DD was eating so well

ANtipodeans start at 9 months I believe

kama Mon 11-Apr-05 19:53:29

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paolosgirl Mon 11-Apr-05 19:54:19

Stuck to it religiously with my first, and then lapsed a bit with the second. She definitly got cows milk before 1 year, and it did her no harm. I think it was from about 10 months. Shame on me

HappyMumOfOne Mon 11-Apr-05 19:55:30

i started my ds at about 10 months at he was fine with it!

bobbybob Mon 11-Apr-05 20:13:11

No, it's a year here as a main drink. I do know one girl who did at 10 months, that was unusual.

In Norfolk Island I saw formula for 3-7 year olds!

fimblesfan Mon 11-Apr-05 20:16:20

Started giving it to my ds at 11 months & its done him no harm.

swiperfox Mon 11-Apr-05 20:23:54

Excellent. Ds is 10 months in a week and i was wondering why he shouldnt have milk when he'll eat anything and everything!!!

mancmum Mon 11-Apr-05 20:24:04

started DS at 9.5 months after he had eaten gallons of cheese sause with no ill effects.. we have no allergies in faily and I don't like the list of chemicals on formula so wanted out ASAP ...

DS needless to say is fine.... so did exact same with DD at 9 months and she too suffered zilch...

Lonelymum Mon 11-Apr-05 20:26:46

I once gave dd cows milk to drink when she was about 11 months old because I ran out of formula on a Sunday evening in the sticks and didn't have enough breat milk to offer. It did her no harm.

TheVillageIdiot Mon 11-Apr-05 20:28:25

I gave cows milk at 6months but then I started weaning at 4months

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