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graduated / measuring sippy cup or beaker?

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MareMeva Wed 14-Nov-12 20:39:49

My 14 month old has been drinking water from a sippy cup at mealtimes for months but still has mid-morning and evening milk from a bottle. I want to eliminate bottles and switch to a sippy cup (I went from booby to bottle because I thought boob to sippy cup was too much of a jump) for milk feeds as well, but I can't find a graduated one. If I am making up formula, I'll have to measure the water in a bottle and then pour it into the cup. Don't see the point! Can anyone tell me where I can get a lidded cup with a measure on the side? Thanks.

ceeveebee Wed 14-Nov-12 20:49:47

Could you not just use cows milk now she is over 12 months old?

If not for some reason, I am pretty sure the tommee tippee basic ones have ml measurements on the side. Or you could put the beaker on the scales if your scales measure ml?

vodkaanddietirnbru Wed 14-Nov-12 20:58:18

I agree, just use cows milk and then you dont need to measure out anything.

ZuleikaD Thu 15-Nov-12 07:06:17

Just use cow's milk - formula is no better for them by this stage, also by 14 months you don't need milk 'feeds' as such. Milk is just a drink now, and she can have as much as she needs with meals - you can drop the bottles.

McBaby Thu 15-Nov-12 14:24:52

The basic tommee tipper one has marks on it.

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