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    Default Does anyone take their sippy cup, paci or bottle out anywhere with them?

    I guess this is kind of a follow on from my diaper bag question but does anyone take their sippy cup, paci or bottle out with them anywhere?

    Sometimes I will take my paci out with me, I probably should more often because it calms me down if I get stressed but I really wish sippy cups were socially acceptable because I honestly spill EVERYTHING! Oh well a little can dream..

    Following on from that, does anyone find that they are spill more things than the avarage person? I am excellent at knocking things over too.. Oops!

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    Sometimes I'll put a pacifier in my pocket and take it in the car with me. I think there's still one in my winter coat that got moved from one jacket to another.

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    I used to have my pacifier with me but suddenly I left it at home and started to take a small plushie with me instead. Hmm, I dont know why I changed items like that..now when I read your thread I think I'm gonna have both the plushie and the pacifier with me

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    Pacifier and baby bottle in my diaper bag. But I don't use a sippy cup. I like the baby bottle instead.

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    I used to have a paci, until I lost it. These days I just keep a pen cap in the side of my mouth like a toothpick. Kind of have an oral fixation issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LittleBelle View Post
    I guess this is kind of a follow on from my diaper bag question but does anyone take their sippy cup, paci or bottle out with them anywhere?

    Sometimes I will take my paci out with me, I probably should more often because it calms me down if I get stressed but I really wish sippy cups were socially acceptable because I honestly spill EVERYTHING! Oh well a little can dream..

    Following on from that, does anyone find that they are spill more things than the avarage person? I am excellent at knocking things over too.. Oops!

    Hi

    As you know I always have my Pacifier with me, and i not embarrassed to suck in public. But I am careful because I don't want Any misunderstanding.

    I do like the idea of drinking from my bottle in public,

    Tell you what the next time we get together for milkshakes, I'll bring my bottle, and well we see.

    I do will do it if I fell save.

    Hee, hee

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    I take my sippy cups with me to the movie theater, I also drink from them in the car.

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    If I'm going to be staying somewhere alone, or in understanding company, I take my paci because it's a lot easier for me to sleep with it in, or at least around.

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    I probably will, as soon as I find one big enough. I have an, "atomic startle reflex," from my cerebral palsy, and a busted lip from hard plastic lids isn't fun. I'll take the sports lid with me, and switch to the baby lid as soon as I'm sure no one notices.

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