When Emily was about 14 months old, we really had a difficult time trying to work out what was wrong with her bowel. We had so many doctor appointments and had Emily on all sorts of milk such as Soy and Organic milk. It’s quite stressful to watch them try all these different things. I had so many of you ask me all kinds of questions about Emily’s transition from Cows Milk to Goats Milk, so I thought I’d dive into our decision-making process a little bit more. It’s of course just what we do and it’s totally up to you how you want to feed and care for your little darling.
I breastfed Emily until she was only about 8 weeks old, but by then she wasn’t settling very well with her Milk and was having troubles with her bowel. I talked with Emily’s doctor about Goats Milk and felt relieved when I knew the signs to look for if it was going to be a problem for her. Emily transitioned beautifully to goat milk and has been on it for nearly a year now. The Bubs Goat Toddler Milk is made with easy digestion in mind and is a nourishing and gentle alternative to cow’s milk based products, especially for children with sensitive tummies, allergies/intolerances, digestive issues, congestion and skin conditions.
Bubs Goat Toddler Milk is produced in Victorian pristine countryside. It is the only Australian made Goat Toddler Milk sold in Australian Supermarkets. We love Bubs Goats Milk for this reason. Bubs Goat Milk products are made with easy digestion in mind and are a nourishing alternative for toddlers with sensitive tummies. Naturally digested, our ADVANCED PLUS+ formulation blends the highest quality whole goat milk and goat whey protein with a balanced daily intake of essential fatty acids, vitamins, amino acids, and advanced supplements including Omega-3 DHA, Omega-6 ARA and Prebiotics GOS and FOS. Bubs premium formulation will help nutritionally support comfortable, gentle digestion whilst providing your growing child with all the balanced nutrition they need to support their immune system, growth and development.
I’ve never felt so at ease to finally see that this Toddler Milk does wonders for Emily’s little sensitive tummy. It’s definitely been a tough journey for her.
We buy Bubs Goat Toddler Milk for Emily to drink at my local Coles, also available at Big W, Costco or selected pharmacies.
Emily normally drinks a cup of milk in the morning with her breakfast and a sippy cup of milk before bedtime.
How much milk do you give your toddler? Have you tried Bubs Goat Toddler Milk? I’d love to hear in the comments below!
Thank you Bubs Goat Milk for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.