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Suri Cruise has been stepping out with her daddy in NYC these last few days.

The child is now 2 years old.

Isn't that too old to still be sucking on the bottle??????

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  1. Jessica La Bella Boricua says – reply to this


    701

    Leave them alone!! Damn Perez making fun of Tom is getting old!

  2. any given sundance (SI-1911) says – reply to this


    702

    Tom Cruise is hogging the tetas, so all she gets is the bottle.

  3. VIVA says – reply to this


    703

    YES!!!! it is. Must be special Xenu juice!

  4. Mother Theresa says – reply to this


    704

    The poor thing is raised by Xenu nannies who don't give a shit about her. They are in it for the dough! The parents' tote her around like a Louis Vuitton bag and i actually feel sorry for her b/c she is no different than Britney's kids. They are all orphans raised by Jamaican nannies for 8 bucks an hour. Cheap bastards!

  5. lola says – reply to this


    705

    yes. she should be on the boob, not the bottle!

  6. Nanny McPhee says – reply to this


    706

    Funny you should mention it. I saw the picture the other day of her with a bottle and thought it was time to pull the bottle or at least work on it. Could be worse though…she could still be running around with a pacifier in her mouth. After a year old it is time to get rid of the plug. That to me is by far the worst. I hate seeing toddlers with pacifiers, because their parents are to lazy to stop it at a decent age, yet you see 4 year olds occasionally with them..ughh

  7. LJSmiley says – reply to this


    707

    It's perfectly normal for a child this young to possibly still use a bottle. This is just my opinion, I hope they stop her with the bottles and start her on a sippy cup before she is 3 yrs old. I know from my parents telling me, I used a bottle til I was about 2 1/2 yrs old then I started using sippy cups. Maybe the bottles are her security thing just like some kids have a security blanket or stuffed animal. Suri is a normal 2 yr old, she will stop using the bottle soon, I am sure.

  8. lmc617 says – reply to this


    708

    Maybe she uses the bottle when they leave the house. My 2yr old does (or something that doesnt spill) But in the house, she uses a regular cup!! This child isnt strange for having a bottle. I got 3 kids, they gave up the bottle at different ages, and they all turned out just fine ( and NO dental problems)!!!!!!

  9. mel says – reply to this


    709

    hey perez, you need to lay off the comments about kids, stupid ass.

  10. lisa says – reply to this


    710

    My sister drank one till she was 5 yrs !!! As long as mom and dad let her she will keep on drinking,I tell you what I bet she is not potty trained !

  11. cagedgirl420 says – reply to this


    711

    Yes, too old. Pediatritions recommend weaning at 1

  12. claudia says – reply to this


    712

    You, very obviously don't have kids, it's completly normal

  13. Pa$$ion says – reply to this


    713

    Finally!!!! Thanks Perez, I've been thinking that for the longest.

  14. sarah says – reply to this


    714

    THANK YOU! i have been thinking this for awhile, I am a nanny and that is about a year too old to have a bottle!!!

  15. Jen says – reply to this


    715

    Well, since Scientologists don't tell their kids NO, I guess she will be on it forever!

  16. L says – reply to this


    716

    For all you idiots out there…No it is not fine for a 2 year old to still have a bottle. The American Association of Pediatrics says that children should be off the bottle by 1. She probably still uses a pacifier too.

  17. DMK says – reply to this


    717

    I think they are too busy (LAZY) to work with her. I am sure this isn't her only issue. Sad.

  18. Tara says – reply to this


    718

    Nahhh..it's fine. Leave her alone.

  19. Autumn says – reply to this


    719

    I was wondering when someone was going to bring that up. I have been seeing her pics in magazines and wondering why she was still drinking from a bottle. My baby will be 2 next week and she still drinks milk but NOT from a bottle!!

  20. Laura says – reply to this


    720

    Two is WAY too old….I mean gesh, you just take it off them! They will throw a temper for a while….but they'll eventually adjust and get over it. I think sometimes some people give their kids a bottle longer because they don't have it in them for the fight when it's time to take it away.

  21. duh! says – reply to this


    721

    YES!! i think this everytime i see a picture of her with a bottle. my boy is the same age as her and he was "late" giving it up at 15 months……and even then he only took it at night with bed. and now only drinks from a sippy cup if we are in the car or running around playing. but usually drinks from a regular cup.

  22. sia says – reply to this


    722

    PEREZITO, WHY NOT TALK ABOUT HOW SURI'S HAIR IS A DIFFERENT COLOR THAN IT USED TO BE!!!!!
    come on!!! post some pics…….

  23. Tiffany says – reply to this


    723

    i find it pretty ridiculous considering both my children were off a bottle before 1. BUT then i see kids that are say 4 years old still walking around with pacifiers and their parents think its perfectly fine.

  24. melissa says – reply to this


    724

    THANK YOU! I've been wondering this for soooo long.

  25. CRISTINA says – reply to this


    725

    NOT AT ALL…. ITS FINE!!!

  26. too old says – reply to this


    726

    Bottles are until you learn to drink from a cup. She's old enough to drink from a cup. This doesn't apply to everyone, so don't flame me, but I've found that some people don't take the bottle away 'cuz they don't want to put up with a screaming kid.

  27. bethany says – reply to this


    727

    um no.

    have kids. then talk.

  28. Bobbi says – reply to this


    728

    Let them raise her as they see fit.
    I'm pretty sure its their kid.

    I effing love Perez. =]

  29. shahnaz says – reply to this


    729

    this reminded me of your babies….

    haha… love u.

    kh.

  30. Sara says – reply to this


    730

    YES, my son was off the bottle at 8 months!

  31. Jan Scholl says – reply to this


    731

    I know someone who is 4 and still getting a bottle. And still not potty trained either. Slacker parents and no preschool with out both gone.

  32. fart mom says – reply to this


    732

    my dd was on the bottle for 3 years

  33. DK says – reply to this


    733

    Woah…. I noticed that in another pic. Absolutely too old. One uear is when they are supposed to be done with the bottle. Maybe its a Scientology thing? Not to upset the baby?

  34. becky says – reply to this


    734

    Yes, But I guess Mommy and Daddy have enough money to fix her teeth when they could rot unless they keep water in it they they only have to worry about buck teeth. Shame beautiful kid

  35. Holly says – reply to this


    735

    As the mother of a child was born on the same day as Suri, and happens to be a preschool director, yes!!! A doctor will tell you how bad this is for their teeth at this age! I think it's disgusting that someone with so much money does not have common sense. Oh wait, he never even graduated high school did he?

  36. Carolyn says – reply to this


    736

    NOOOO it is fine, and anyways it isn't for you all to decide that, it is up to the parents!!!

  37. C says – reply to this


    737

    Personally, 2 is way too old, but some *cough* spoiled or rich or just spoiled or just careless *cough* *cough* parents/kids allow their children to drink until they "are ready" to give it up.

  38. TimeZone says – reply to this


    738

    Slow news day, Perez??

  39. leavethemalonePEREZ!! says – reply to this


    739

    Perez… It's slow news week for u isn't it??? U probably drank a bottle till u were like 5!! so stop asking stupid nonsense questions and leave the kids alone!!!! How would u feel if u were straight and ever had kids and somebody was saying things about ur kid and posting in a blog so the whole world can see it!!! ur an Idiot! Go suck on Madonnas tit!!!!

  40. Memphis says – reply to this


    740

    Yeah, it's time for the sippy cup.

  41. crimson pixie says – reply to this


    741

    Hmmm… at least it's not bags of chips and other junk food like Brangie's kids are always carrying.

  42. kristen says – reply to this


    742

    PEREZ! it's fine. get in the now. no big deal. she's 2, not 20.

  43. momoffour says – reply to this


    743

    No, its not too old. World-wide, children nurse well beyond the 2 year mark, it is only in the US that we rush to 'wean' children from being on bottles, pacifiers or the breast. I know that people tend to look at 2 year olds (and even younger) as a "little kid" but the fact is, she's still a baby… its not hurting anyone, just leave it be.

  44. klik says – reply to this


    744

    No!!

  45. bob says – reply to this


    745

    apparenyly babies "shouldn't" have a bottle past 18 months…or its advised to stop doing that.

  46. steve B says – reply to this


    746

    WTF, all of gods children are different, maybe its time for you to get weened off the cock, chubby

  47. amber says – reply to this


    747

    common i know of soo many mothers that breast fed their kids up unitll 2 !

  48. manda says – reply to this


    748

    Re: Judi – I bet its something to do with scientology's concept of not allowing negative or chaos around a child. Like the quiet births are to avoid the child from experiencing any negative or chaotic energy. I bet that is it b/c yes, EVERY pediatrician will agree that by 12 months babies sould be weaned.

  49. ME says – reply to this


    749

    YES. She should be drinking out of a sippy cup at least.

    But Perez, don't you remember how Tom said shes allowed to do whatever she wants since shes a poor little scientology kid? Not to mention his only biological child. Anyone knows hes going to treat her like a queen.

    I'm sure she'll be walking across the stage at her high school graduation with a bottle and diaper.

    Someone needs to save that poor little girl.

  50. Nicki says – reply to this


    750

    Wow. Why does she still have a bottle? Prob some of that scientology bs

  51. Catie says – reply to this


    751

    they probably keep her sucking on the bottle so xenu won't enter her soul.

  52. Spazzy says – reply to this


    752

    You're just being glib, Perez!

  53. Philly Paul says – reply to this


    753

    Isn't it weird for Perez to be sucking on other guys dicks? Men + Women. Not Men + Men.

  54. d says – reply to this


    754

    well she should be drinking from a form of sippy cup , n she prob is we jsut dont know it ..plus a bottle is more easy for travel but some children even up to the age four will still drink from a bottle

  55. BK says – reply to this


    755

    Drinking from a bottle after the age of 2 is linked to childhood obesity and tooth decay. She is plenty old enough to have a sippie cup or even regular cup.

  56. Angela says – reply to this


    756

    YES. 2 years old is too old for a godamn bottle!! Anyone who has a child, and has taken them to a Dr. would know that!!! Next time you're in the store, take a look at the packages of sippy cups.. most of them start at like 7+ months.

  57. Nici M says – reply to this


    757

    everyone develops at their own rate I wouldn't worry til she is like late 3 or so….. besides who are YOU to talk about anybody sucking on anything!

  58. jc says – reply to this


    758

    she just turned 2..so they should start taking her off of it soon…and she'll have it less and less..and really, who cares.

  59. TexasChick says – reply to this


    759

    Ummm yes…she should have been off the bottle a year ago!! KATIE (or full time nanny) - IT'S TIME FOR A SIPPY CUP PRONTO!!!!

  60. Kelly says – reply to this


    760

    As a mother of two, it's definitely time to give it up!!

  61. the great sphincter of egypt says – reply to this


    761

    mommy!mommy!
    daddy's in my playroom playing hide the wiener with uncle travolta
    and a big fat black woman is eating all the cupcakes.waaaaaah!!

  62. TexasChick says – reply to this


    762

    Wait…. Scientology might not approve the sippy cup….

  63. Jen says – reply to this


    763

    Yes, my baby's doc said it should be gone by 12 months.

  64. mbe says – reply to this


    764

    Thank goodness someone finally said it! She is way too old to be using a bottle. Katie and Tom constantly talk about how smart and advanced Suri is, then she should be able to use a sippy or cup. She can paint and have tea parties in a cave under the stairs but she can't use a sippy cup!

  65. Jessica says – reply to this


    765

    YES!! Any pediatrician will tell you they recommend children be switched to cups as soon as 1 year. My daughter was using a cup/sippy/straw right around 1 year old.

  66. Melanie says – reply to this


    766

    Two years old is was too old to be drinking from a bottle. She needs to have a sippy cup or other alternitive. It seems every time I see a photo of her she has a damn bottle of milk in her hand!

  67. Chelsa says – reply to this


    767

    yes it is, your supposed to take the bottle away at about 12 months…

  68. jennifer says – reply to this


    768

    hello, bottle goes at one and then you introduce them to a sippy cup

  69. Kristen in Colorado says – reply to this


    769

    Yup. Too old by about a year.

  70. Pam says – reply to this


    770

    No it's not too old. Leave Suri alone.

  71. TimeZone says – reply to this


    771

    "In the United States, children are commonly bottle-fed from birth or weaned within a few months. But in some societies, children as old as four or five years may still be nursed.
    The American Academy of Pediatrics currently advises breast-feeding for a minimum of one year (this may be revised upward), and the World Health Organization recommends two years or more. "

  72. dr joan says – reply to this


    772

    I am a pediatrician. My teenage daughter asked me to respond. Yes, doctors often will advise parents to wean their children from the bottle at a year (if the child ever used a bottle and that is the parents' desire), but there are no actual problems related to continuing with a bottle. None at all.

  73. s says – reply to this


    773

    who says they have to be off the bottle by one? no doubt the parents of kids who don't drink a lot of milk but fill their kids with pop and juice.

  74. litlgirl says – reply to this


    774

    Perez, you are Cuban..so that means that most likeley you were sucking on a pacifier and drinking out of a bottle till you were in the 3rd grade. It is very common among us.

  75. KentuckyGirl0717 says – reply to this


    775

    You know what? A baby is only a baby once and if they are comforted by a bottle, and lord knows she needs comfort being chased by paparazzi, then so be it!!!! I love this website, but think that you could find something a little better to write about then a two year old. Just because her parents are famous makes her no different then any other baby and picking on them because of their parents celebrity status is just cruel!

  76. megan says – reply to this


    776

    That child should have been on a sippy cup before she turned one. I want to grab that bottle every time I see a picture of her with one!!

  77. Elizabeth says – reply to this


    777

    When you are 2 and surrounded by crazy screaming paps, I think you deserve something to get you through the day! A normal 2 year-old, no. Suri, she's earned it.

  78. HJ says – reply to this


    778

    What's that in her bottle? Formula? Cow's milk? Breast milk? Inquiring minds want to know, what does Suri drink? Who cares what she's drinking it out of, what is it that she's drinking?

  79. Mags says – reply to this


    779

    It is full of Xenu juice. Bottles at this age are usually signs of a lazy parent.

  80. grlwithgrneyes says – reply to this


    780

    I am so glad somebody said it, she is way to old to still have that thing.

  81. mjn says – reply to this


    781

    Re: dr joan – Well, that is just an outright lie, and you are not a pediatrician. I am not a pediatrician, but, DR, there can be many ramifications from drinking from a bottle…from day one…you are so not a doctor, least of all a pediatrican to give a blanket statement such as you did. Wow, I forgot, I am a rocket scientist and my child just got me for advice on this …um….don't stand by the rocket kids.!!!!!!!!!!!!Asshole.

  82. Amanda says – reply to this


    782

    Nah. My mom said I used bottles until I was three. Then she had me give them to the "bottle fairy". I really found out they were given to my aunt who at the time was pregnant with my cousin.

  83. mrs. dez says – reply to this


    783

    Re: elyse – idiot kids are transitioned to solids before they are one year old, they get table food full time when they turn one….NOT TWO……yes she's too damned old for a freakin bottle get a clue tomkat

  84. jillian says – reply to this


    784

    She should TOTALLY be off the bottle by now - hello Scientology! Dependency much?

  85. uh huh says – reply to this


    785

    yes she should be on the sippy cup

  86. Robin says – reply to this


    786

    If she were being raised correctly she would have been breastfed and never had a bottle at all. Tom is such a prig about drugs and yet he lets his daughter drink crappy formula…SHAME ON YOU TOM AND KATIE!!!

  87. Jean says – reply to this


    787

    HELL YA thats to old for a bottle. She should have been off the bottle at 12 months. She should be drinking out of a sippy cup now… What does people with cameras following them have to do with her bottle habits…. Nothing!! Thats Tom and Katie being lazy and using it as a control tactic….

    PS. She'll have bad teeth….not all baby teeth fall out. The dental work is painful and scary to a child. Some baby teeth even get root caneled and have to have crowns put on them.

  88. Shaunda says – reply to this


    788

    Thank you soooo much for posting this!! I've been thinking the same thing!!

  89. MmHmm says – reply to this


    789

    NO! It's not too old at all. Most babies in the REST of the world are still NURSING at this age. She JUST turned 2 a few weeks ago too. What is with the push to make kids grow up so damned fast?! She's having milk in a bottle, get over it!

  90. Marla says – reply to this


    790

    haha…are you kidding? babies switch to solids at 6 months…They should be eating a well balanced diet by the age of two…

  91. Y says – reply to this


    791

    As long as she's not drinking all her drinks from a bottle, no it's not too old to be sucking on a bottle. Most children her age prefer milk in a bottle and other drinks in a cup. She's 2 years old, not 5 years old. If she's still sucking on the bottle at 3 then worry until then let her be.

  92. Kathie says – reply to this


    792

    BAWWWW LEAVE THE POOR KID ALOOOONE
    /wahmbulance

    It's too old. Her poor teeth are going to be all fucked up.

    My aunt was letting her kid suck from the teet until "he was ready", and he was still at it when he was six. I'm never going to let him live it down. Muwaha.

  93. Smartypants says – reply to this


    793

    Uh…..Hell….yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  94. Mommy says – reply to this


    794

    Yes, it is too old to be still on the bottle. I did that with my son too and he ended up with a horrendous overbite and needed major orthodontic care to fix it. But that's okay, they can afford it.

  95. jessicat says – reply to this


    795

    Why are they using latex nipples and not silicone? Latex breaks down faster and harbors bacteria more easily. not to mention the chalky texture as well as latex allergies. She really needs to get off the bottle….but just like the Leah Remini situation, Suri will be manipulating her parents to get whatever she wants. What will that be like in a few years?!!!

  96. TARA says – reply to this


    796

    Not at all it is recommended that babies nurse until two years old. You obviously don't know anything about children. You are not ready to be a mother.

  97. mandy says – reply to this


    797

    WAY TO OLD!!! My son is 18 months and drinks out of cups already, but he does drink a bottle at night sometimes. I have 4 children altogether, and my other 3 did not drink a bottle past thier first birthday! They need to toss those bottles out!

  98. whatever says – reply to this


    798

    For crying out loud… its a 2 year old child for chrissakes…who still likes her bottle… with all of the horrible things happening in this world… this would rate at the bottom of the bucket of importance. Get over it!

  99. Lauren says – reply to this


    799

    Nope, kids are all different. That little girl is perfect and darling and her parents should be extremely proud!

  100. lola mcnasty says – reply to this


    800

    Wow, there seems to be such a divide on opinions on this! I don't think the bottle is such an issue, what I think is worse is that TomKat seem to drag poor Suri out late at night.

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