Don Mills Diva
ha. It never is. He's cute though. :-)
Oh dear! I've heard it can be a battle. First time Maddy took a sip cup I told her that her bottles were broken and put them away. She was young enough to believe me....Good luck! Wendy
When we got rid of my son's bedtime bottle, I gave him half his milk in a sippy cup and the other half in a bottle. Then gradually reduced the amount in the bottle until there was nothing left. It took a couple of weeks, but it was gentle.Cute picture!
Hi, thanks for reading my blog. I like your blog too. I remember when I tried to get my son off the bottle. It actually was'nt as bad as I thought it was going to be. I had a little talk with him and told him he was a big boy and that big boys dont drink from bottles anymore. I gave him his milk in a sippy cup that night and he loved it. He did not miss the bottle the next night. I did a little happy dance and made all the bottles disappear. You know what they say "out of sight, out of mind"Good luck
Too cute! We cut Big E and Little C off cold turkey-but we're barbarian parents! It's hard to look into their big round eyes and not give in, but stay strong!
Post a Comment