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 So, after my post about thinking Coen was reverse cycling, I already have some updates about this...

The first two days at the sitter, I'm pretty sure he was just getting to know her and just not as interested in the bottle, as he is with me.  After the third day, he was already doing better and by Friday, he was taking the bottles like a champ and having no fights over the bottle.

Don't get me wrong, this was just the first week.  Now that we're a week in, things could change... espeically after a weekend without any bottles, so we'll see.

The best part, he still is crazy about me and loves to nurse.  I'm very fortunate to still have him interested in nursing!  I don't know what I would do if he already wanted to hang it up.  I mean, I want him to lead me, but it's still pretty special to me that if we didn't have it, would make me sad.

Also, I'm not 100% convinced that he's not reverse cycling completely, because when we are home, after work, he nurses about every 2 hours on the nose.  BUT, he's still sleeping like a champ and still in his crib.  It's such a great feeling when things fall into place like they are "supposed" to.

Makes the thought of having more, so much easier because he's such a great baby.  More on that soon.

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