4 Tips for Taking Your Baby’s Bottle

Taking a baby’s diaper, pacifier and bottle is a complicated task. Taking out the bottle is a long process. Children get used to drinking in this way and often reject another form of drinking.

4 Tips for Taking Your Baby's Bottle

Uncrowding is something common to all children, but the pacifier and the bottle do not. If breastfeeding until later skip the bottle, after 6 months can already offer water and juices through the glass.

It is important to make this weaning between the second and third year of the child. Prolonged use of the bottle may lead to problems in the formation of the dentition and palate.

In addition to these problems, children who use bottles for a long time are more likely to develop cavities.

How and when to take Baby Bottle

From the moment the baby holds the glass and drinks without choking, parents should offer all liquids in the glass.

#1

To avoid being a shock to the child start by withdrawing the bottle gradually.

Offer and make the cup available during the day and only the bottle for the night if you drink milk at night. Start by taking in the afternoon, after morning and last night,

#2

Involve the child in choosing your glass, your “big” glass, as a rule they like to choose colored cups and with cartoon images.

Opt for progressive cups with wings but avoid cups with beaks because in this case you are just replacing the bottle with something similar.

# 3

Explain that it is part of the growth, make these moments joyful moments, if he turns away do not criticize not to delay the transition phase.

At this stage he can do it on purpose so that the parents return to give the bottle.

# 4

In the early days the child may even find some joke in the glass and accept it well.

However, it is natural to miss the bottle and ask, try to be firm, especially in the daytime meals. Be patient, but stick to the decision.