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I will wait until Lily is no longer nursing. The sippy cups she has need to be bitten to get the water flowing. Then she began biting me while nursing. Once I stopped giving her the sippy cup, she stopped biting me. I will reintroduce it when I begin weaning her.
Mom to a 2 year old baby girl, 2 week old baby boy, and one in Heaven.
In loving memory of our angel baby, with us for 4 weeks. Baby went to be with God July 24th, 2009.
My child is nuts about water, she will drink water out of my cup and yell at me for more over and over and over again.
She drank water out of my oldest's sports bottle the other day.
I really try to limit her water because I'm not sure at what age the water intoxication stops.
She is a pig though she will still drink her normal amount of formula and eat food too.
Lily loves water and has been drinking from a sippy cup for awhile now. I'm breastfeeding so she's never had a bottle. She does fairly well out of a regular cup too, she just can't hold or tilt it herself.
Eleanor drinks water out of a sippy cup or a regular cup that we hold for her. She only gets one bottle each day at bedtime, and I am thinking about switching that to a sippy cup soon, since I don't think she is really attached to the bottle.
No sippy cups here... but she can drink out of a straw and I've started to introduce just a regular cup... but she doesn't drink much and half still falls out of her mouth... She doesn't take bottles, so I'm not sure how or when we'll transition to regular milk...
we are introducing the sippy and I try to remember to give it to her every meal but I forget she can drink out of it if i hold it but she still doesn't understand how to hold it and drink from it herself