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Q | How can we make sure drinking water in Mexico is safe for our toddler?

We will be spending 10 days in Yucatan soon, our first trip with our 14-month-old to a place where we can't drink tap water. Will he be OK to drink local milk or have yogurt and cheese? Is it OK for him to drink bottled water for 10 days or should I take purification tables? Any other advice to avoid him getting an upset tummy? -Hannah, California

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You can feed your toddler safely in Mexico

Tweet Once your baby is onto table foods, traveling with him or her gets a lot easier, and harder… You no longer have to lug along jars of baby food, or figure out how to sterilize bottles in a hotel room, but you do have to be concerned that your baby is getting enough to eat […]

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Young children can follow the same food and water rules as adults.

Tweet Great news, your 14 month old will be able to eat and drink most of what they eat at home.  I brought my daughter to Bali, Indonesia at 16 months with no tummy troubles during our two-week stay.  How? Before leaving home, we met with our pediatrician to make sure we had any extra […]

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