Bubs Goat Toddler Milk Review – For Sensitive Tummies

I’m sure I blinked and my littlest one was suddenly turning into a big boy. I mean, compared to his four year old big sister, he still looks tiny to me. But so much bigger than the little one he was just a year ago. We recently did a Bubs Goat Toddler Milk review.

A quick look on Timehop confirmed that he isn’t the baby he was. He’s a little boy now. He speaks and acts like a little boy and despite me not wanting him to grow up too fast, I just love watching him develop.

Mini is different to his big sister in a few ways – my pregnancies had their differences too. He suffers from eczema and for the first time in my life, I did too when I was carrying him. It breaks my heart to see his sore skin when his eczema flares up.

Because of this, we are so careful about the products we use on him and the food we introduce him too – in case he reacts in any way.

Thankfully, both of my children are relatively easy when it comes to food and drink. (I’ve jinxed that now, haven’t I?). They’re fairly adventurous and I think I have Baby Led Weaning to thank for that. Of course, like most kids, what they love one day they might loathe the next. Then love it again! Why do they do this?

Recently we heard about the new Bubs Goat Toddler Milk from Bubs Australia. This is our Bubs Goat Milk review.
Sponsored by Bubs Australia and contains affiliate links.

You can buy Bubs Goat Toddler Milk online here.

Review of Bubs Goat Toddler Milk

We love and trust the Bubs range and from six months old, the kids have tried much of it.

The Bubs Goat Milk for babies and toddlers has been given a lovely face lift recently although the product inside is the same, advanced plus formula. It blends whole goat milk formula and goat whey protein, essential fatty acids, vitamins, amino acids, and advanced supplements including Omega-3 DHA, Omega-6 ARA and Prebiotics GOS and FOS.

I have many friends whose little ones have sensitive tummies, allergies or issues with digestion. The Bubs Goat Toddler Milk is a nourishing alternative to cow’s milk based products and can also be good for children like my son, who has sensitive skin.

It’s for children aged 1-3 years old and Mini has been giving it a whirl – he definitely seems like a big fan!

Bubs Goat Toddler Milk
Mini enjoying this Bubs Goat Toddler Milk!

The Bubs Australia Goat Toddler Milk can be picked up at the Coles or, Big W, Costco and selected pharmacies. Have you tried goat milk for infants?

You can buy Bubs Goat Toddler Milk online here.

How we’re treating my son’s sensitive skin

We’ve tried numerous skin care products over the past couple of years and whilst they worked for a bit of time, they didn’t “fix” his eczema.

Our GP thinks it’s something he will hopefully grow out of as he gets older and I agree with her. My brother had the same condition when he was young and eventually grew out of it.

In the meantime, we’re using a very gentle bath oil for little ones and a soothing body wash. We’re using a moisturiser twice daily and also have a steroid cream in case it flares up too much. So far, all of this is working for him – do consult your GP if your child has a skin issue.

He’ll always be my littlest child as there are no more babies for me. He’s growing up so quickly and turning into the loveliest little boy.

Does your little one have any allergies or intolerance issues? I hope this Bubs Goat Formula review was helpful to you.

You can find out more about the Bubs Goat Toddler Milk here and click here to buy now!

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Disclosure: this Bubs Goat Toddler Milk review is sponsored by Bubs Australia. All opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links meaning if you make a purchase, I receive a small commission. This does not affect the price you pay.



  1. Kylie T
    / 4:35 pm

    Life can be challenging with allergies/intolerance issues; it’s wonderful when we find products to rely on and assist us everyday. Thanks for an informative article!

    • Mim
      / 6:25 pm

      That’s so true – it’s so much easier these days to find alternatives – MOST of the time, not all x

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