Honey Boo Boo’s Sister Feeds Newborn Baby Mountain Dew

Tue, August 28, 2012 10:57am EDT by 9 Comments
Courtesy of TLC

Honey Boo Boo’s 12-year-old sister, Lauryn Thompson, was photographed dipping a pacifier into a can of Mountain Dew — before allowing her sister’s newborn baby to suck on it!

Honey Boo Boo‘s family has yet again sparked controversy related to the sugary, highly-caffeinated soda Mountain Dew!

Earlier this year, June Shannon, 30, was criticized for giving her daughter, Honey Boo Boo (real name: Alana Thompson) a mixture of Mountain Dew and Red Bull during an episode of Toddlers & Tiaras. Now, Honey Boo Boo’s 12-year-old sister, Lauryn Thompson, has been caught feeding Mountain Dew to her newborn niece, Kaitlyn!

Horrifying new photographs show Lauren dipping Kaitlyn’s pacifier into a can of Mountain Dew before letting the one-month-old suck on it. According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, children who consume too much caffeine are at raised risk of neurological and cardiovascular problems. And “too much” is probably any amount for a newborn baby!

The photos were snapped at the Sparkle & Shine Pageant in Georgia this past weekend.

Do YOU think it’s wrong to give newborn babies Mountain Dew?

Jennifer Kamm

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jen

Posted at 1:00 PM on September 30, 2012  

lauryn is just a kid, herself. she doesn’t think about whether its wrong to put something sweet on the pacifier to get the baby to take it. kids always do dumb stuff. my cousin put game peices in my ears! it’s not as though the mother approved of it or that they agreed on filling a bottle full of it. i love reading everyone’s posts! its so lol funny! ….. you people need to relax! i love it though,seriously. everyones like roaches on a hershey bar! attack! attack!

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sienna

Posted at 10:38 PM on September 3, 2012  

thats wrong..that family trash and iifeel sorry for the baby

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Brian Mouland

Posted at 7:45 PM on September 9, 2012  

Perhaps unconventional think every family has relatives like that whether they amdit it or not

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LULU

Posted at 3:49 PM on February 3, 2013  

I FEEL SORRY TO UR PARETNS U WERE BORN HATER

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Sharon

Posted at 2:48 AM on August 30, 2012  

It has a lot of caffine and sugar in it. Even if it was just a dip, a baby isn’t allowed to have Mountain Dew! What is wrong with this family?

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Marleeny

Posted at 9:37 PM on August 29, 2012  

to ask if your horrified about the the “dip” in Mountain Dew. No horrified is a stong word. it not like she poured it in her bottle.

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Mary

Posted at 5:53 PM on August 29, 2012  

I would love to know the circumstances surrounding the “dip” in Mountain Dew. I bet it was cause it hit the floor. I know as a mother of 4 that sometimes you have to get creative in cleaning a pacifier. Would it have been better if the young girl stuck it in her own mouth after drinking MD? Also…they were at an event…who wants a screaming baby in there? like I said they had to get inventive. BTW whats wrong with Mountain Dew?

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Hannah

Posted at 8:38 PM on September 2, 2012  

The thing is it was a little baby not a 4 or 5 year pld kid. It might hurt the baby. A newborn is not supposed to have Mountendew if baby’s were supposed to have Mountendew it would be put in the baby isle in stores.

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Kendra

Posted at 7:50 AM on September 20, 2012  

I agree with that. There have been times where my niece’s pacifier fell on the floor while we were out and didn’t have water. So I used what I had and that was iced tea. I poured a little over it and gave it to her. It’s not like she poured mountain dew in the bottle and gave it to her.

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