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April 3rd, 2013, 08:12 AM
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For those that FF, do you plan on giving up the formula at one? I have seen that there are toddler formulas, but I'm not sure I'm interested in them. I'm just fearing it's going to be sooooo hard for her to give up her bottles.

She doesn't consistenly eat real food. Some days she is just not into it, and just wants a bottle. How in the world am I going to survive this? Oh my. I've been worried about it for awhile now, and now that her birthday is coming up in just over a month, I'm really stressing!

Maybe I should try harder to get her to eat more things? Ugh. Any thoughts on this?
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April 3rd, 2013, 09:11 AM
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With my first child Jackson he was addicted to the bottle and he was almost 18 months before I got him completely off the bottle and drinking out of a sippy cup. If you don't want to do toddler formula, I would just put whole milk in a bottle and give that to her. That's what I did with Jackson and he did just fine. Even after the age of one he still drank most of his calories for several months and even to this day he still drinks a ton of milk and he's 3. I wouldn't stress over it. Just talk to your dr but I would just put the milk in a bottle once you transition off of formula.

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