Baby V has been exclusively breastfed since birth; as a Stay-At-Home-Mum, I enjoy the convenience of direct feeding. I gave him a bottle-feed 1-2 times a week so that he would get used to the bottle teat. When I observed that he LOVED the bottle teat, complacency set in and I stopped offering him expressed breastmilk (EBM) for a while (he was 3 months 3 weeks old).
A month later, I gave him a bottle-feed and he totally rejected it! Panic set in and I quickly searched for an alternative, which was when I bought AVENT Magic Cup Soft Spout.
For the past month, I have been offering Baby V about 10ml of EBM almost daily using the Magic Cup. He neither rejects the spout nor drinks from it; he simply bites it (maybe treating it as a huge teether) and plays with it using his tougue. Hopefully, he will learn to drink from the cup soon.
- Colourful design attracts baby’s attention
- The spout has a small part, which needs to be attached to it before use and detached for washing. This tiny piece can easily get lost during washing.
Update on 27 May 2010:
Vee is now 15 months old and drinks well from open cups. I was curious if he could now sip from this cup. If he does, I could use it as his water bottle. I let him try the cup, yet he still does not sip from it. Guess this cup is fated to belong to the next baby.
Get Your Own
AVENT Magic Cup Soft Spout is available in most major baby stores and departmental stores.
You may also check the price at Amazon.com here: Avent 7oz Magic Trainer Cup Twin Pack*
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Haha! I am going to try the soft sprout and see how it goes 🙂
Good luck with it! I hope to have better luck with bottles and cups for the next baby. Certainly can’t be complacent like the first time, so I’d be offering EBM slightly more often. 🙂