hey..thank u so much for the reply..well..she did consume very little for a couple of days but from the last two days she is kinda getting back on track..yest she had around 16 oz in the entire day..there are some days when its difficult.lol..but some days are better..i bought the tommy tippee first sips..il try something with a softer spout..thank u again..!!!View Thread
have a 7 month old baby...never a big milk drinker..is on formula from 4 months onwards. From the past two days she has been refusing bottles..cries everytime i bring the bottle near her..tried using sippy cup ..but she does not know how to use it yet..she has weaned and has three meals a day..had only 300ml yest and till today only has 150 ml or so..since m a new mum and she is my first i am soooo confused and scared..what should i do...pls HELP!!!View Thread
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