They should not drink more than 24oz of milk a day. Most doctors say no more than 16-20oz. My son loves milk also. In the morning I put 20 oz( 4 of those oz are a gerber sip, lower fat) and put in a container so he wont get any more than that per day. Too much milk can decrease their appetiate. Or if they are good eaters like my son can just be too many calories and added fat that he just does not need. I make sure my son gets plenty of water @ 15-20 oz of water every day. The milk cups he can have with his meals. Do not let them drag milk around with them all day in a sippy cup.View Thread
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