My sweet son will be 20 months on the 18th of this month and is a screamer! At first we all thought it was funny and cute, now its just like nails on a chalk board. He will do it no matter where we are and who is around. I have tried time outs, tapping him in the mouth, telling him no, ignoring him. HELP!!!!!!View Thread
My son will be 20 months on the 18th of this month. I do give him the whole milk but I do not give him a lot. I gave both my girls a lot of milk and I feel they where getting to many calories and fat with eating to much too. I do give him a lot of water, he loves it. He will ask for that before milk. Also I do not give my kids juice. They drink crystal light or organic 100% fruit juice which I water down. But we are a organic/vegetarian family and we drink soy milk too. I have noticed the baby would rather drink that then the whole milk. I am worried he is not getting the good fat from the whole milk for his brain????View Thread
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