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    Default Dropping the bedtime bottle

    I wouldn't stress on it my dd1 has a glass of milk before bed. And she would be having a bf if she wasn't weaned.

    If it's a comfort thing then let it be.

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    Default Dropping the bedtime bottle

    Well I was on my way home from work and DH sent me a pic of DD sitting on the couch happily drinking her formula... from the sippy cup! He's a miracle worker! Apparently he took advantage of a good mood, made up the milk in the sippy, sat on the couch and called her over, she took it and quickly rejected it so DH just acted like it was no big deal and ignored it. She played for a bit then came back, picked it up and started drinking it! So we'll keep this strategy up and see how it goes.

    Thanks everyone!


 

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