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"Bonnie is 12 months and feeds on demand, on a hot day she feeds quite a lot and so she loves the booby milk lollies to hold and devours them within minutes."I only give them to her when we are at home, because of the mess.A lot of my mummy friends have made them since and their kids love them too." She also said that mums needn't worry about the lollies getting mixed up in the freezer, adding: "I got little moulds especially for kids so there's no confusion - but I wouldn't object if anyone wanted to try one!" Previously, we revealed 12 simple tips for keeping cool in bed and how to get to sleep in the heat."What worries me is direct contact with ice as this can cause what doctors call 'thermal injuries'."I can see why mums are trying this out, but I wouldn't recommend it.
"Everyone I've spoken to about it thinks it's a great idea, especially now we're in this hot weather.
But it seems the lollies, which are being dubbed "mumsicles" amongst parents online, are also fantastic for keeping kids cool in extreme heat.
The Motherload user, Katie Bridgeman, who feeds her daughter Amelie the lollies, told The Sun Online: "Amelie really does love her breast milk lollies but she usually ends up covered in it, so we only have them outside on a hot day.
We spoke to Dr Kavitha Lakshmi Easwaran, Consultant Obstetrician and Gynaecologist, Motherhood Hospitals, Bengaluru to know its effects on pregnant women.
She says, ‘It is usually safe to have turmeric milk during pregnancy as there have not been any known side-effects of the same.
" Mum blogger Michelle, who writes at uk, also swears by the lollies for cooling down her daughter Bonnie, one.