My baby is almost 6months old and the package said 6months plus and a friend of mines kid started on one at 6months of age so I tried it with my daughter lastnight and she got really mad and started wailing her arms around everytime I even got near her with it. It was funny but now I'm worried it going to be hard to get her to take a sippy.
It can be hard :) One thing I hear is that you want to only do juice in the cup so they have an incentive. Also, with my youngest we did the Avent adapters that go right on the bottle to create a sippy spout. That seemed to help him because he was already familiar with the base. You can also try a "soft spout" that some of the brands make... it's more like a bottle and a good transition item. For my oldest we did the soft spout. For my youngest we just let him use what his big brother was using :) But either way it just takes a lot of practice. Just pull it out at every meal and eventually she will be more comfy with the idea :) Good Luck!
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