Quoting tinana +2:" It's nobody's business but yours, but I'd say by 2 for sure. Make sure you're taking good care of her ... [snip!] ... asleep with the bottle. She'll take a cup when she's thirsty. Trust me. These cups worked great for ours transitioning... "
Quoting Just Ames:" Let's see. My Son self weaned off the bottle when he was 17 months old. Like your LO he had two bottles ... [snip!] ... it in the car. I guess you'd call me a slacker parent but I truly don't give a smurf what people think. My child, my business."
Quoting Livy's Mommy:" I think shes just wanting that bottle to suck on and soothe her, ive tried in a sippy cup and its not ... [snip!] ... cup and its not the same, she drinks water and juice out of a sippy cup during the day. But at night she wants a bottle "
Quoting Autumn Whisper:" Honestly, my 3 1/2 year old bites his finger nails. Compared to this, I miss the pacifier. Oh well."
Quoting tinana +2:" Both of our boys were about 22 months when they weaned, and both had taken cups during the day for ... [snip!] ... Bottom line was, we all needed to sleep, and if they didn't have a bottle before bed, they were pissed and screaming "
Quoting Just Ames:" I can tell you now that my Son would absolutely without a doubt suck his thumb or pick up some other ... [snip!] ... the latter. He doesn't have it during the day. It would only be detrimental if he walked around with it in his face all day."
Quoting Traci Powell:" 11 months. I watched my little brother have 8 teeth pulled because of bottle rot and that's alot more traumatic than losing a bottle."OMG
Quoting Livy's Mommy:" Exactly, and someone was saying how she would just let hers cry and cry and by 16 months(at the time) she should be off bottle and paci. "the key is to not let them get attached i wake my DD up when shes feeding and starts to fall sleep then i take it away and put her back to sleep so she will never need to have it to sleep