It's true. Nothing is Spill proof. Or it is for a bit until the seal starts to wear out or the hole gets bigger. The lids I have are awesome for travel or going to someone's house. I used to keep a couple in my diaper bag and will again soon for E. I just found dd1 spilled all over in the house when she was first using them.
Have you seen these for traveling? Not sure if they are too big or not.
We started milk already. I've be producing a lot less so I gave up pumping, using freezer stash to send 1/2 breast milk and 1/2 cows milk to school. We still don't SSTN I'm just trying to teach her she cant drink at night so I redirect her with a pacifier and do this endlessly. She'll get it eventually, right?
I really don't know what to do here. The speech pathologist doesn't want to start him on sippies because of the aspiration. I'm not sure I want him to have cow's milk in a bottle. Plus, he still wakes up once a night to eat. We have to wait until his next appointment to switch from bottles and that's not until 3/20 so he'll be two days shy of a year. I feel like I'm on a timeline and he needs to be switched over by a year. I guess I should just get over that.
Had our 1 year check 9and doctor said just give whole milk, if she'll drink it. And not to give it in a bottle.
Sooo, if they won't use a sippy, then what? We're stuck on the bottle still and I'm just going with it.
I'm pretty sure almost everyone I know irl and on my J13 board used bottles for wcm to start. E now will take a sippy for it, but I also use a bottle of she's having it at bedtime. I get why they say not to, but I personally don't see it as a big deal. I also don't much see the difference between a sippy and a bottle. Both cause milk to get on their teeth etc.
I can't get Miles to even put a sippy cup into his mouth.
Brady will, but he pretty much only uses it in his high chair when he can rest it on the tray. So once it gets low enough on liquid inside, he can't get anymore out and won't tip it back. My kid is lazy haha
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