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    what to mix singulair oral granules in after 1 yr?

    aeryn just turned one yesterday and we will begin the transition over to whole milk (she will most likely still get a bottle of the toddler formula as she is a terrible eater when she feeds herself).
    so i know we are not supposed to mix the singulair oral granules with milk (she gets it with 2 oz of formula in the morning currently) and i am at a loss as to what to mix it with. she does not drink juice and the only other liquid stuff she gets in the am is yogurt which i am assuming can not be used because of the milk in it.
    should i move it to lunch or another time when she gets a jar of food currently? but then again what do i do when we go over to strictly table food? do i go with juice but only go with a small amount?
    help...any ideas??
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    If you can mix it with formula, why can't you mix it with milk? Isn't her formula milk based?
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    I mix Lawson's with yogurt. Am I not suppose too?
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    We use applesauce-yummy!!
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    we were told not to mix singulair with her formula, milk (liquids) it says it in the information pack it comes with. I always mixed it with yourgt or applesauce. Just enough to mix it in and that I knew she would eat it all.
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    our pedi said it was okay to mix with her formula...i hope that we have not goofed something up
    we will probably mix it with her yogurt since she loves that in the am.
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    I know I'm late to the game, but just mix them with water. They taste good and are fine by themselves. They make a wide syringe that is perfect for mixing the Singulair with water.


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