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Whether it's your first time or you’ve done it all before, no one can predict what breastfeeding will be like.
Is there such a thing as non-plastic training cup (with a spout would be good)? I'm thinking of something made of wood, china or similar.My DD is 9 months old and she will start nursery part time soon. She's bf so we only used a china cup at home so far for small drinks of water, but she will need something for her milk at nursery.
I've never seen anything much other than plastic with the main benefit being that it is hard to break. Is there any particular reason it cant be plastic?
if it's BPA in the plastic you're worried about, Born Free doBPA-free spouty cups, but most brands that are 'cloudy' plastic rather than crystal-clear polycarbonate are BPA free (and much cheaper) eg Nuby, Mam etc.
the tommee tippee first cup, etc are BPA free as are the avent magic cups - it is mainly the clear plastic bottles that have BPA and not the coloured plastic cups.
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