MAM Trainer+ 220 ml, Baby Cup Suitable from 4+ Months, Trainer Cup for Independent Drinking, Spill-Free Toddler Cup, Blue (Designs May Vary)

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MAM Trainer+ 220 ml, Baby Cup Suitable from 4+ Months, Trainer Cup for Independent Drinking, Spill-Free Toddler Cup, Blue (Designs May Vary)

MAM Trainer+ 220 ml, Baby Cup Suitable from 4+ Months, Trainer Cup for Independent Drinking, Spill-Free Toddler Cup, Blue (Designs May Vary)

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Yes, I certainly would recommend this to a friend and family as the design of the bottle made it easy for my son to drink, without any risk of choking. What is great is that you can turn the bottle upside down and no liquid leaks out, this makes mealtimes much less messy! The bottle is also very easy to clean. I don’t think I would choose this product over all others on the market, as my son finds the teat quite big for his mouth. We also found the top very fidgety when screwing it on. On the plus side, as the bottle is quite tall, it fits in the highchair drinks holder easily, as the handles don't get in the way. Another plus is the amount of liquid the bottle holds, which comes in useful especially in hot weather.

It may take a while for your baby or toddler to get used to it, whether they have been feeding on the breast or bottle, but when it comes to how to transition your baby to a sippy cup, practice and perseverance are what's key. You may find it easier to go from a bottle to a cup as your child will have grown used to holding the bottle. I would most definitely choose this beaker above all others - I loved it so much that I shall be buying my twin girls two more. I absolutely love the fact that the lid is a measuring cup and have never seen anything like that on the market.

1. Best overall sippy cup: Munchkin Miracle 360 WildLove Trainer Cup

Looking for something that will keep your DC’s drinks cool? Insulated cups can help and we like the look of this one, as Munchkin is generally a loved brand by parents - including Mumsnetters. It keeps drinks cool for up to 10 hours in the insulated, double-walled stainless steel cup. I would improve this product by reducing the teat size. I think for a baby transitioning from a bottle to a teat, this size is slightly too large. Maybe different size teats could be created to allow the baby to slowly transition to the larger one. Tested by mum Amy Knight for the Mother & Baby awards 2018: This product makes my life easier as my daughter can now feed herself using this little cup, which then frees me up to do all the other jobs I’ve got to do. Even though this cup looks different from her milk bottles, she took to it straight away which is testament to the quality of the product! The design is really cute and the handles are the perfect size.

It can feel quite overwhelming to introduce a new way of drinking to your baby, especially at a time when you're also contending with the mess weaning brings along. Here's some advice from baby experts the NCT:

Our product recommendations are based on a combination of real-world testing from our burgeoning army of mum testers and the extensive knowledge of our experienced editorial team and product specialists. Where we can, we also consult experts who specialise in that field to ensure you get the right advice along with the right product, and we listen to what you say as well. Our thriving mum community on our Facebook group #mumtribe also often hold great insights as to which products mums really like best and why, helping us highlight the products that meet what you really want. I would like there to be more colour options for the beaker as I have three children who fight over whose is whose. Maybe the beaker could have a bigger handle as my son had trouble getting his fingers through the handles. Tested by mum Samantha Kirby for the Mother & Baby awards 2018:

Get a Doidy Cup! They're brilliant, good size for little hands and angled so they can see the water coming at them. My toddler had one from 6 months and she much preferred it to a sippy cup. Takes a little while (and a lot of spills) to get used to but definitely worth it’ - highly recommended by Mumsnet user, HereComesFrog. Our Verdict degree design – Rather than having a spout or one opening, a sippy cup with this design can be sipped from any angle around the edge. This also makes it easier to move your child onto a beaker or cup. Non-spill – A must if you don't want everything soaking wet within three seconds because, as we all know, toddlers love to throw things.

9. Best sippy cup for bedtime: Litecup Baby Sippy Cup

Capacity: 250ml | Recommended age: 6 months+ | Material: Polypropylene, High Density Polyethylene and Thermo Plastic Elastomer What we love

We’re always fans of a product that does two jobs at once, like this clever little beaker which also functions as a nightlight! Invented by a dad and industrial engineer, the Litecup has a smart, well-thought-through design in a range of colours. It’s a 360-degree free-flow spout to let children sip from any side of the cup; it has easy-to-grab handles; and it boasts a light-up base. Just bear in mind that if you're using the lid for nighttimes, it won’t be completely free-flow. Step 1 enables your baby to drink from a fast flow bottle teat in their new trendy cup like bottle with handles, for the earliest transition to weaning. Step 2 offers the use of the cleverly designed symmetrical Extra soft spout with spill free, free flow technology, for the second stage of weaning. Boisterous or busy toddler on your hands? Kids aged 3+ won’t argue over the Camelbak Eddy (we can hope…) thanks to the fun, adventurous designs. They’re made for flip, bite and sip use with a straw, a button-press lid and a valve that delivers a steady flow. Important for active toddlers, they’re supposedly leak proof when closed and spill-proof when open, and our Mumsnetter’s review supports that. We have lots of Klean Kanteens here. They can be pricey, but have really lasted and certainly do the job. Love the wide openings for ice cubes etc.” - recommended by Mumsnet user, IndecentFeminist Our Verdict Choose a familiar drink: to start introducing a sippy cup to your baby or toddler, use only milk or water. They are familiar liquids and are the best ones for your little one's teeth and health.Here at Mumsnet we're obsessed with making parent's lives easier, and we know much of a difference the right product can make when it comes to feeding and changing during the baby and toddler years. That's why we've done the leg work for you, by vetting and collating Mumsnetters' top recommendations for everything from the best breast pump to the best changing bags. Build confidence: if your little one wants to grab the cup for themselves, let them try with your assistance. It's a great way to inspire confidence and independence. Trying to reduce your plastics? You’ll love Klean Kanteen’s stainless steel water bottles for kids as it’s a bottle for life, which reduces wastage. The Classic Sippy comes with a spill-proof sippy cap and dust cover for little ones, but it’s also compatible with Klean Kanteen's bamboo, sports and loop mouth pieces so it can grow with your child. The bottle itself is virtually bomb-proof - it doesn’t scratch or dent, so it'll survive as time goes by. Just don’t lose it (eek!). Transitioning from a bottle or breast to a sippy cup can be a challenge. If you've already tried it, you'll know from first-hand experience how often plastic cups without a lid aren't the best when it comes to baby weaning products and are likely to go flying and soak everything and everyone in the immediate vicinity. That's why many parents choose to give their children a sippy cup to bridge the gap.



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