It’s not uncommon for a breastfed baby to put up a fight when given a bottle. Babies have preferences too and let’s face it, a synthetic nipple is just not the same as the real thing. If your little one has made it known he prefers you (there’s nothing like mom!), it may take a few attempts, the help of a loves one, and some tricks to make the transition from breast to bottle with ease.
The following tips on getting your baby to take a bottle are some of the many we’ve received from parents, friends, and co-workers. Only one trick may do the job, but don’t hesitate to use a combination of them.
Although getting your baby to take a bottle may not be as easy as you initially thought, with these tips, he’ll be bottle feeding in no time.
It’s important to remember: don’t rush the process! Pushing the bottle on him will only frustrate you both. So, if he seems angry by your attempts, wait a day or two before giving him a bottle again.
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