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Good sippy cups?

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nobodytoldme Mon 11-Aug-08 09:25:01

DS is not taking a huge amount of milk or water from his doidy or his tommee tippee plastic cup, can anyone recommend any better cups for a 10 mo? With a tight lid!

chloemegjess Mon 11-Aug-08 10:11:06

Are you looking for something that flows out easily or that they have to suck?

ConnorTraceptive Mon 11-Aug-08 10:13:59

If you want one with no valve then we are having some success with the NUK first choice learner cup.

chloemegjess Mon 11-Aug-08 10:22:24

I was going to say, if you have an ikea near you, we bought a set from there whihc was about £1.60 and had a plastic bib, cup, spoon and bowl. But the cup in it, had a lid and spout, but the water poors right out and flows easily. My DD perfers it if she has milk in, but comes out a bit fast if she has water (as she only likes a little bit of water).

vesela Wed 13-Aug-08 08:40:53

Is that the IKEA frog set? It completely rocks. inc. the spoon which has a good narrow bowl. The cup is great because it's freeflow - unfortunately DD threw it on the ground when she was about 1 and broke it.

Since then we've used a Mothercare one that's clear with a blue or pink top and comes with training rings (haven't used them). I took the valve out, though, so that it's also freeflow. Rather that some water gets splashed around than that it requires a lot of sucking to get anything out.

vesela Wed 13-Aug-08 08:46:57

the valve is just the round bit of plastic at the bottom of the spout, btw.

I can't find it on the Mothercare site now.

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