Quoting BgdSdbmommy:" i had a job interview this morning and i left my 10 month old with my mom and she gave her about 4oz of chocolate milk. will it hurt her?"
Quoting talexys:" Children are not suppose to have chocolate until 18 months....(I would assume the same goes for chocolate ... [snip!] ... or milk until a year so yes I would be mad. But I'm sure it wont hurt her..... like everyone eles said maybe a upset tummy."
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" Actually Chocolate is a 1 year old thing, like milk. DD's pedi told us she could have chocolate after she hit one year old. She loves M&Ms, we use them as a treat for good behavior. "
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" Actually Chocolate is a 1 year old thing, like milk. DD's pedi told us she could have chocolate after she hit one year old. She loves M&Ms, we use them as a treat for good behavior. "Im sure it does no harm but, just what I read.
Quoting talexys:" Oh well I just got the babybullet, which came with a food guide for what foods you can introuduce and what to avoid ect, and it says no chocolate until 18 months."
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" Yeah, the pediatric guideline is 1 year old, and that's just because of allergy concerns and dairy. ... [snip!] ... if I can find a link for it. DD had a chocolate cake for her birthday, we'd have never given it to her if it was bad, you know?"
Quoting talexys:" haha well I looked it up too and it said 1 year as well...My friend gave her baby chocolate cake for ... [snip!] ... avoid before 18 months" listed in my book anyhow... Chocolate Cabbage Cucumbers (Really?!) Vanilla Raw onion Vanilla falvouring"
Quoting ☾BizzyBee♉:" Cucumbers?? Cabbage? Vanilla and Vanilla flavor????? WTH? LOL! I'm feeding DD all of those, been doing ... [snip!] ... for about 4 months or so now. Kid loves cucumbers. And Vanilla flavored milk at bed time. I think that book is way off, haha!"
Quoting talexys:" Lol I know I thought the same... wtf about the cucumbers. Maybe it's a little far fetched. lol. Most ... [snip!] ... 1 year is obviously when you want to be really careful! And if your pedi says somthing is fine I would generally trust them."