Our son was breastfed until around 6 months and then was put on formula milk. He used to drink well until about 11 months when he started drinking less and less milk, and stopped completely about 3 months ago. He eats very well and drinks juice and tea (we live in Japan, tea for babies is very popular). I also feed him 2 yoghurts a day to make up for the calcium missing from not drinking milk. We tried giving him normal milk too but he still refuses it. I read this question Toddler does not like to drink milk but mine is a bit different in that I would like to try to get him to drink milk again. Would you please share some ways to do that? Or should I just accept this fact and give him substitutes for calcium and Vitamin D?
I would not worry. Most cultures don't stress drinking milk once the baby has weaned. If you're not concerned about weight and your baby eats a nutrient dense and diverse diet, then I don't think you need to stress. There was a period where our baby did not want cows milk (recommended by doctors here after breast milk or formula) but she was tracking just fine on her weight chart and eating healthy otherwise so our doctor said it's fine. I am not a doctor however so if you are concerned, you should check with your pediatrician.