Then what should you do?
Find a professional who specializes in bottle aversion. But not just that. I will share what else to look for, but first, I want to share our story.
My baby had bottle aversion when she was two months old. I force-fed my baby out of good intention. We got to a point when my daughter arched her back and screamed when I put the bib on her. Feedings got worse and worse every time I attempted to give her the bottle. I felt like a failure. I thought my baby hated me. I was at my wit’s end.
My pediatrician thought everything was fine since she was gaining weight. Unfortunately, the internet had no answers either.
Until one day, I found a method to solve my baby’s bottle aversion.
After four days of using this method, change started to happen. My baby began to take the bottle without fuss. I felt relieved and happy. But it only lasted a few days. So then we went back to square one. I broke down.
And then, almost as if by a miracle, things changed. When I broke down and said I couldn’t repeat the same method, my husband took over, and within 15 minutes, he fed our baby. I couldn’t believe it.
We solved our baby’s bottle aversion within two weeks, and it never returned.