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What do you think about sippy cups?

Need some advice on sippy cups. We are transitioning our babies from bottles and we need some options! I hate plastic but as long as they are BPA, etc free I’m okay with it. Thanks in advance!

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L. Lora (anonymous)

The kind with a soft nipple was a great way to transition.

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Nicole (anonymous)

The doidy cup is fab, my little girl went from breast to doidy, never had a cup with a lid.

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Karen Hall (anonymous)

Nicole: And no issues with spilling??

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Nicole (anonymous)

A few dribbles at first but after using 2/3 times she was fab with it.

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Xina U. (anonymous)

We just use cups at our house. We recycle glass peanut butter, jelly, yogurt etc jars as our cups. It helps us to have various sizes, lots for company and we don’t mind if they end up getting broken. We give the smallest (baby food jars) to the kids when they stopped bottles.

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Laura Fisherman (anonymous)

We have a steel bottle with a plastic pop top sipper and lid. My 6mo loves it.

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Charlie Oil (anonymous)

Munchkin 360. Can take a couple of days to get the hang of it but it’s my sons favorite cup. He started using it at 6m.

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Melissa (anonymous)

I believe they do make different tops that can be used for canning jars, although you might want to wait to be sure they are out of any phase where they might throw it.

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Heather (anonymous)

Foogoo by thermos, I hate plastic.

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Rebecca P. (anonymous)

If they can drink from a straw, we love the pura kiki stainless steel bottle. The straw is silicone so it’s completely plastic free.

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Esther Raw (anonymous)

I love the Tommee Tippee ones. They’re plastic, but they get thrown and dropped so often we need that. They are BPA free. There are different cups you can switch them with, and the tops all are interchangeable.