Two Canadian dietitians and moms reveal their top tips, tricks, and advice for feeding children, from toddlers to big kids.By S. Remmer and C. RosenbloomToddlers (12 to 24 months)10 tips for feeding 1- to 2-year-olds1. Introduce milk if you wish. Your toddler can drink cow’s milk at 12 months or you can continue to breastfeed.2.
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