Joanie - omg, hugs. I'm so sorry you're dealing with this. Do not blame yourself! This sounds like a stressful time, and the transitions (away from the bottle, away from her daddy for the time being) are affecting you both so much. Is there a place where you can go where Sora can run around and get totally tired out? Even if the weather is crappy, can you bundle her up and take her to a park, anything? When does your DH get home? Hugs, hugs, and more hugs. Love what the ladies have said already.
I'm envious of you ladies and your "yes" environments. We are moving to our new house as soon as we can (still have work to do before it's ready), and this tiny apartment is just the opposite of a "yes" environment, and at the moment there's pretty much nothing we can do about it. We are redirecting KJ a thousand times a day. And saying "no" a lot. I hate it, it makes me feel awful.
Is it possible that a 14-month-old can be gearing up to cut out naps altogether? In the last week, KJ has napped only TWENTY MINUTES all day four four of the days, and SKIPPED her nap ALTOGETHER one day, too. And... she's been fine. Seriously fine. She usually sleeps very well at night (but her molars are coming in and we've had a few rough nights the past week, too).
Still lots of standing but no walking yet here...