ok yes i know he should already be broke but he refuses and always has to drink from a sippy cup and please no neg. answers he wont give up his bottle and in august he will be three its hard he is so attatched to it and i trew it away and later on that night he had his dad wash it out and he got it back while i was shopping for house items what can i do to get it away from him i dont want him to have messed up teeth. can anyone help???Answer Question
Just throw it away and make sure your hubby doesn't go and get it out of the trash! Yes, he is going to cry but he will get over it. I wish I had some better advise, sorry.
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Answer by Geea at 7:35 AM on Feb. 12, 2009
My daughter was 2yr 9mon and still on the bottle. We didn't take it away before that because her preemie brother and I nearly died and that bottle was her comfort.
This is what we did. We had a special dinner with foods she loves. After the dinner we looked at catalogs (before home computers) and told her to pick out one special present. She wanted the barbie corvette. We told her if she threw away her bottles and drank from big girl cups, we would buy her the car. I made a calendar and put a star on each day she drank from her big girl cup. When she had 30 stars she got her car.
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