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BabyLinthwaite Mon 13-Jul-15 16:05:26

hi. My little sausage has started drinking whole milk in a tiny sippy cup, I need to find a bigger one. I've tried a few already but none seem to suit her. Need a none spill one. Can you recommend any?

JiltedJohnsJulie Mon 13-Jul-15 19:45:23

Try this one smile

BabyLinthwaite Tue 14-Jul-15 00:42:12

Ohh brilliant. I'll order one tomorrow. Thank you

BabyLinthwaite Mon 17-Aug-15 14:11:27

I got one of those Sippy cups you recommended. They are brilliant. She no longer has a bottle. Thank you very much

BabyLinthwaite Thu 12-Nov-15 10:58:28

Update on the sippy cup situation, my little girl is now on the next step. She's refusing to drink from the Lansinoh Momma which she used for her formula milk ( in which she won't drink now either ) I've tried to put it in a state sippy ( normally used for fresh milk ) and her water sippy cup but she still refuses it. I did think that it's a problem with the cup but now I think it's a no no for formula. She's 16 months old. Is there a better age appropriate sippy cup I could try or should I just drop the idea of a different cup and the formula all together. She's happy to drink whole milk in her straw cup and water from a little sippy. But also.... I think her little sippy cup needs updating to an older age one, what does everyone recommend please. Photos of now water sippy and straw whole milk cup below

moggle Sun 15-Nov-15 22:28:23

Unless there's a particular reason you're still giving her formula I'd just switch to all whole milk if she'll drink that happily from the straw cup.
Straw cup is the next step for my DD... Although I don't know if I'll ever get her off her bottle at bedtime!

BabyLinthwaite Sun 15-Nov-15 22:59:24

Hello. Yes I've now dropped her formula and she's very happy with having extra whole milk and water. She doesn't have anything before bed, she's not interested, she just wants her bath and bed and for me to go away and let her sleep. She dropped her bottles with no trouble at all, good luck with your DD dropping hers.

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