asks from Columbia
So right at 12 months, we quit bottles with my twin girls. They didn't miss it at all. However, the sippy cup they are wanting to use only holds 5 ounces of milk. T...
asks from San Francisco
I am trying to get my son to take his milk from a sippy cup and it just isn't working. I realize that it's only been a day but can someone please tell me that it's goi...
asks from Detroit
Just curious - how many of you have your kids eat cereal with milk in the bowl, and how many just let your kids eat it straight?
I grew up with the habit of always ...
asks from Dallas
My 13 month old son will not take milk from a sippie cup, only from a bottle and only if it is warmed up. I know this may take awhile for him to do, but I was just wo...
asks from St. Louis
I have a 7-year-old daughter who is an extremely picky eater. I don't make special things for her at mealtime, she either eats what the rest of eat or she doesn't eat...
asks from New York
My 18 month old child refuses milk from sippy cup at home, but takes it at his daycare. Is this typical? Any tips on how to get him to take the milk at home? My MIL se...
asks from Washington DC
Seriously. Not a trick question. What is it about warm to hot milk that helps a person relax or go to sleep?
I've been having trouble sleeping lately - toss and tur...
asks from Spartanburg
My daughter spilled a half-pint of milk in the back seat of my car. I have leather seats, so I wiped the spill up immediately. The next day, though, my car smelled p...
asks from Chicago
About 2 weeks ago, we spilt almost a half gallon of milk in our mini van. We cleaned it up as much as we could immediately. The next day, we removed all of the seat...
asks from Minneapolis
Okay moms- how do you get chocolate milk and /or chocolate ice cream stains out of clothing? I've tried Oxiclean and it takes the original color out of the clothing ...