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frozen lollies for a 10mth old?

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hermykne Wed 01-Jun-05 17:27:22

good or bad, considering he has 2 teeth, they are the mr men ones , they say they have real fruit juice in them. he sees his big sis having them and goes nuts !

jessicasmummy Wed 01-Jun-05 17:28:11

just gave jess (10 months) her first mr men just milk lolly the other day - she wolfed it down... if she wants it she can have it imo!

hermykne Wed 01-Jun-05 17:50:09

thats grand then, he can have them

jessicasmummy Wed 01-Jun-05 18:07:19

i would - you will probably get people saying NO! dont do it, but imo, if i brush her 2 tiny teeth after she has one, then i dont see what harm its doing! Its only frozen milk after all!!!

chicagomum Wed 01-Jun-05 18:27:58

if you are happy for your child to eat petit filous yoghurts here's a good trick, make a small slit in the lid, pop in a lolly stick and then put the pack in the freezer. That way you have milky fruit lollies individually wrapped in a pot when you need them, no sugar/artificial flavours etc

hermykne Wed 01-Jun-05 20:14:28

chicago mum great idea thanks

morningpaper Wed 01-Jun-05 20:16:26

Oooh yes "Mini Milk" was one of my daughter's first words!

expatinscotland Wed 01-Jun-05 20:23:00

definitely! they were a big help when dd started cutting her teeth.

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