i know its probably a little too soon but I want to get my son off the bottle soon so it wont be as difficult later. any ideas on how i can get him off?Answer Question
Answer by allans_girl at 10:50 AM on Jul. 31, 2009
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Answer by Anonymous at 12:58 PM on Jul. 31, 2009
When my daughter was 11 months I gave birth to my son and I thought it would be best to have only one baby on the bottle at a time so I got her a giant yellow duckie and stop giving her bottles instead i offered her a sippie cup and crazy straws with her favorite characters she never looked back but she still drags that duck every where she goes. she is three and a half now . My son on the other hand is an altogether different story, he screamed endlessly for his bottle each time I tried weening him off it and even though he graduated up to a sippy cup or a cup with a lid and straw he wont go to to bed or any where else without it clutched in his arm and he insists it be refilled like a bottle during the night and the second he wakes up. My oldest now 7 just set it down on her own insisting on a big girl cup or my cup.
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