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Bye Bye Bottle

Your toddler loves his bottle, but the pediatrician says it’s time to switch to a cup. Here are a few quick tips for making a no-tears transition.
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Customer Reviews for Bye Bye Bottle
Review 1 for Bye Bye Bottle

Date:April 8, 2014
After reading this I am so glad that I didn't go the with a bottle EVER.
I have 4 kids and they all went from breast to sippy cup .
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Review 2 for Bye Bye Bottle

Date:September 27, 2013
We tried so may different kinds of sippy cups and my daughter refused to drink her milk out of any of them, she would drink anything else just not her milk. She would take a sip and taste that it was milk and start to cry for her bubba. I just recently tried and succeeded by only taking her afternoon bottle away for a couple days and then her morning bottle and it worked we are bottle free and it only took 4 days
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Review 3 for Bye Bye Bottle

Date:April 24, 2013
My 9 month old drinks water from a sippy cup wonderfully. I was going to try to start weaning a few bottles during the day to having his milk in the sippy cups since he was good as using it. Well he wouldnt drink the milk out of the sippy cup. Any suggestions?
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Review 4 for Bye Bye Bottle

Date:April 10, 2013
My soon to be three years old daughter loves to drink her milk in the bottle when at home. At the daycare, she does like the other kids and drinks it in a cup. I tried giving her the milk into a sippy cup (like mom's Tim's coffee mug) but no can do. I tried other sippy cups and nothing. She'll take them no problem if it's juice but milk has to be in a bottle 9 out of 10 times. Every once in a while, she'll drink her milk in a glass with a straw but that's not often.
When she wakes up, it's the bottle, she sits quietly on the couch and watches cartoons as I get ready for work. I think this one will be the hardest to wean her from. I decided to stop buying replacement nipples for her bottles (and I told that) when she breaks them by biting into them. I told her many times, "When the nipple is broken because you made a hole in it with your teeth, mommy will not get a new one. You'll have to drink your milk from a glass." I keep repeating this, hoping that she weans herself without me doing anything different.
Thank you for the great advises.
Elisev - Québec, Canada
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Review 5 for Bye Bye Bottle

Date:April 9, 2012
love the idea and i"ve tried it, but my daughter just knows the difference and when it comes to her milk....which she loves by the way, it has to be in a bottle. Any other ideas on getting rid of the bottle?
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