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    Well I gave her the CTN bottle in the bouncer while I had a shower.. She loved playing with it and pretending to feed herself the water.. God knows..maybe it's an independence thing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    I'm off to amcal tomorrow to try them too. Dd2 won't take one (she also refused a dummy, stubborn!) and I'm going out for a wedding in 2 weeks. Dd1 never took a bottle either sigh. Wide neck or slim neck anyone? Or doesn't matter?
    How old is your bub? My DS wouldn't take any bottle either.... Until 9 months and he used a b.box sippy with straw. Our paed said straws are closer to the breastfeeding action than traditional baby bottles which are all marketing for being closes to the breast.

    But if your child is 6/7 months old, they may be a but young to hold the straw cup, so hopefully there is a traditional baby bottle that works for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A-Squared View Post
    How old is your bub? My DS wouldn't take any bottle either.... Until 9 months and he used a b.box sippy with straw. Our paed said straws are closer to the breastfeeding action than traditional baby bottles which are all marketing for being closes to the breast.

    But if your child is 6/7 months old, they may be a but young to hold the straw cup, so hopefully there is a traditional baby bottle that works for you.
    Yep she's only 11 weeks lol, otherwise I'd try the pigeon magmag cup which I had some luck with dd1, well with water anyways.
    Thanks anyways

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Miss Sunshine View Post
    Yep she's only 11 weeks lol, otherwise I'd try the pigeon magmag cup which I had some luck with dd1, well with water anyways.
    Thanks anyways
    How did you go with the Pigeon??


 

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