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bottles/sippy cups 13 month old

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gabbie83
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bottles/sippy cups 13 month old

my DD is 13 months old, she doesnt hold her bottle, i guess im too blame since ive always held it for her.
anyway. she will drink out of her sipppy cup with straw, shes been drinking out of a straw for the past 3 months,
my question is, all the sippy cups ive used when she was 8-9-10 months, basicalled suC$ked bc she would get aggrevated bc nothing would come out, i tried using them and i dont blame her for getting annoyed, it was so hard for any liquid to come out.
so now obviously its time to get rid of the bottles, slowly, which sippy cup would you receommend that has a fast flow?
i literally got like 5 different sippy cups, all good for nothing.

TIA

Posted 9/24/10 9:39 AM
 
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kerrycec03
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Re: bottles/sippy cups 13 month old

why not just get more of the sippys with straws and just stop using bottles. Since you said she will use the sippys with straws anyway.

Posted 9/24/10 9:41 AM
 

gabbie83
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gabbie

Re: bottles/sippy cups 13 month old

Posted by kerrycec03

why not just get more of the sippys with straws and just stop using bottles. Since you said she will use the sippys with straws anyway.



and just let her drink her milk like that?
maybe your right. i dont know why i had this vision that she had to be in a laydown position with her bottle/sippy cup.

Posted 9/24/10 9:42 AM
 

kerrycec03
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Re: bottles/sippy cups 13 month old

Posted by gabbie83

Posted by kerrycec03

why not just get more of the sippys with straws and just stop using bottles. Since you said she will use the sippys with straws anyway.



and just let her drink her milk like that?
maybe your right. i dont know why i had this vision that she had to be in a laydown position with her bottle/sippy cup.




she is def. old enough to be drinking sitting up. Liam started drinking sitting up probably from 6-7 months on. JMO.

Message edited 9/24/2010 9:46:29 AM.

Posted 9/24/10 9:46 AM
 

Mere09
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Re: bottles/sippy cups 13 month old

The cheap Take & Toss sippy cups are the only ones that DD has ever tolerated. All the other ones, like you said, the flow was too slow for her. We give her her milk in the morning and at night in these.
During the day we use the straw sippys made by Munchkin. We've never had a problem with those. Chat Icon

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