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As a daycare provider, I look to the parent to let me know their child's naptime routine, so that I can follow/recreate it. I expect that you'll have a VERY cranky and upset little guy and a frustrated DC provider unless you ease him into another sleeptime routine before "go time."
So yes, I would work on giving him BM in a sippy for his naps *now*, if that's what you want your caregiver to do.
Personally, I think it's really weird for the mom to offer a sippy cup of her milk if she is breastfeeding. I don't know about your kid, but mine would never take the bottle or a cup if I was available to nurse...he was happy to take them when I was not around but looked at me like I was a moron if I tried to give him a bottle or a cup of milk .
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