I Know We Speak the Same Language but it took me a while to figure out what this is about. It doesn't take long to realize that "dummies" are pacifiers, but "cups"? I thought they might be modified bottles, but the article goes on to mention small medicine cups. Do they really make premature babies drink from tiny little cups in England (a skill most babies don't aquire until around twelve months of age)? Or is it just a confusion of language? Any input would be appreciated.