I know it's wrong, and the risks, but it was the only way to get my baby to sleep and it became a habit. I've tried weaning it out, replacing with water, has not worked, and I know I just need to do it. My mother knows how worried I've been about it, she actually started it, and she tells me how both of her kids went to sleep with a bottle and their teeth turned out fine- which they did, and that in past generations everyone did that and had no problems with bottle rot and everything they warn you about today. I'm too embarrassed to actually ask anyone this because I don't want to get bashed- I know it's wrong, but I just haven't had the guts to cut it off yet, and I feel guilty about it. Did anyone here do this and did their child have dental issues because of it? He has 1 front tooth that is a little discolored, but it has been ever since it came in, and he was on antibiotics at 2 months so I'm told it could be due to that.
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