HI, Sorry about another bottle question but I'm going to try this cold turkey like some of you said but at night do you give them a bottle or the sippy cup ? I always give my son a bottle with some water
I dreaded taking my son's bottle away because I thought he would just have the worst time with it, so I put it off way too long. When I finally did take it away, it really wasn't as bad as I thought it would be. I didn't give him a cup or anything. He asked for his bottle for about a week, but he only cried the first day (and he would stop crying as soon as I closed his door, so it wasn't like it went on and on!).
we just started this yesterday. She was already off the bottle except sleep time. But yesterday we just gave her her sippy she cries for a min then starts to drink the cup.
at 9:45 AM on Nov. 17, 2008
My daughter is a year and two weeks and still uses her bottle at nap/bedtimes. I was lucky in the fact that my daughter never became attached to her bottle to where she wanted it at other times then feedings.
For a few months I could get her to go to sleep on her own but she's recently decided that that's not how she wants to do things anymore! (go figure) So for now she just takes her bottle at nap and bedtime.