Hi everyone – I’m back with another blog post reviewing 4 different sippy cups my sweet mummy purchased for me. The reason why I am reviewing 4 sippy cups is that we were not very happy with them so thought I’d let you know my opinion before you buy them for your babies and toddlers. So read on to find out which sippy cups are best to buy for your baby!
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Which Sippy Cups To Buy For Your Baby?
1. The Latch Transition Cup
This latch cup (US link) is supposed to make the transition from bottle to cup easier for babies but I think it only applies to babies that (i) drank from bottles prior to trying this cup, and (ii) that have not tried any other cup before. Unfortunately, this cup didn’t suit me as it felt like a step down instead of moving forwards. I didn’t really like this cup. The water didn’t come out easily…felt like drops instead of pouring out, so I felt more thirsty than before I started drinking.
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2. The Learner Cup
This magic sippy cup (US link) is an 8 months+ cup with no spout and a 360 degrees drinking area. It works when I suck at the cup with my lips, otherwise, the water does not pour out at all. In this respect, being spill-proof it’s great, but when I put my lips and mouth around the cup, it leaves marks at the corners of my mouth so mummy wasn’t too happy.
3. The Sippy Cup
I tried two different sippy cups. When I was 5 months old my mummy bought this sippy cup (US link) for me which I found hard to use at first but now it is my most favourite. It is the easiest to use, most comfortable sippy cup and I can hold it without any help.
Then recently mummy bought this sippy cup (US link) for me which was supposed to be for babies 7 months+ so she thought that I may like it more. This cup didn’t pose too many issues for me, but I don’t really like it too much either. One very silly thing with this cup is that the lid does not stay on properly. There is no click when you try to close it. I use it primarily to itch my teething gums against and it helps. I scratched my teeth so much that only after 1 week of having the sippy cup the spout is all scratched up….oops!!
At the moment I use both sippy cups but mostly the first sippy cup is my favourite. And if I must be honest I prefer normal glass cups just like the adults use.
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Which sippy cups have you tried and can recommend for me?
xxx ok that’s it for me today…off to bed! xxx