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laurakaz13:Just milk and water.
swimiz500:Just milk and water here too.
Water and milk here 99% of the time.
I do flavor her water sometimes though with something harmless like fresh lemon or cucumber slices. She thinks it's the greatest treat.
She gets watered down juice like once a monthish just for something fun. But I'm talking like an ounce of juice in an 8 oz. sippy..so really watered down.
She gets full juice at my parents..but we go like every 3 months..so NBD.
It depends a bit on the age of your LO.
DD is 22 months old, and she gets milk, 1 cup of 1/2 milk and 1/2 juice, occasionally a few sips of water. Now she gets PediaSure, but that was her pediatrician's decision (because of her poor weight gain). Before then, we were told that she should have somewhere between 18-24 ounces of milk a day and then that we should give juice/water for her other beverages if she was still thirsty... this was mainly for the summer and when she's active so she doesn't get dehydrated. If a toddler has too too much milk, it isn't necessarily good for them. Talk to your pediatrician if you're concerned, and they can help you out soe more