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When will my baby be able to hold his own bottle?
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Dr. Jay Park
Pediatrics
In brief: 9 months
Holding own bottle is generally expected at 9 months of age when fine motor skills of hands are further refined to allow infant to use pincer grasp, probe with forefinger, and throw objects.

In brief: 9 months
Holding own bottle is generally expected at 9 months of age when fine motor skills of hands are further refined to allow infant to use pincer grasp, probe with forefinger, and throw objects.
Dr. Jay Park
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Dr. Scott Katz
Pediatrics
In brief: 6-9 months
Most infants have enough strength and coordination to hold their bottle or sippy cup by 9 months old.

In brief: 6-9 months
Most infants have enough strength and coordination to hold their bottle or sippy cup by 9 months old.
Dr. Scott Katz
Dr. Scott Katz
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