i also have a 2 yr old as of next month! she was still breastfeeding untill yesterday and i put my foot down i told her she is too big for moms milk and it tastes yucky when you are a big girl i put vinegar on my nipple and she tasted it 3 times today and gave up went to slepp without too much protest u can use the same idea with the bottle dip it in vingar and tell her she is to big and she gets to have a cup cause she a Big Girl make it feel like a special thing instead of a forcive thing. I also transitioned my lil girl into her own bed 2 months ago she sleeps half the night in her bed and the other half with me the key is consistancy with everything! My lil girl is doing great at potty training i clap and praise her everytime she uses the potty and i give her one small candy. good luck
I would just go and take the bottles away all together and everytime she wants a drink give her a cup. If she wants a drink bad enough she will drink out of the cup and forget all about the bottles. The longer you keep giving her the bottle the more attached she'll get. When my oldest son turned 1 soon as he was on regular milk i packed away all the bottles and gave him a sippy and he drank the milk from them no problem. He didnt even remember that he had bottles after that.
We gradually took my kids off the bottle. We started with the afternoon bottle and gave them (I have twins) a sippy cup instead. Then we took the morning bottle away, and last, the evening one. As for potty training, we're in the middle of it, with my daughter being 95% trained and my son started a couple of weeks ago. We have a reward system with a calendar and stickers. They get to pick which sticker they want, small one for pee, special and bigger one for poop. I don't like giving candy as a reward but each parent is different. My kids love stickers so that works well with them. My kids have slept in their own bed since birth so I can't give you any advice there, other than however you choose to do it, be consistent! I guess the one question I have is why are you afraid to have her in a separate room? We have a baby monitor so we can hear if anything is going on at night, if one of them wakes up...