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Favorite brands of Sippy Cups

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Ok, So I have tried several different sippy cups and have yet to find the kind tht work good. First I have tried playtex but the spout never lines up with the handles, then I tried munchkin, and my daughter can't get the water/juice out. I tried it and I got a drip, even after poking a hole thru it. Then we tried nuby and I like the design n how the handles r on the lid rather then the cup but its hard to get the nipple thingy out of the top, and after two weeks they started leaking. I am going to lose it if I have buy a new type of sippy cup. My daughter needs the handles. help me please? what kinds do you like?


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Thank you. I will try the straw again. I have tried it but she hasn't figured that out yet. It actually took her a while to figure out the sippy cup. Not sure if breastfeeding has anything to do with it, bc she would like "breastfeed" on the sippy cup! lol.


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Amanda - posted on 07/24/2010




I also love Mag Mag from Pigeon. My 10 month old started on the teat but I tried her on the straw attachment at about 8 months and she had no troubles. The straw is soft and it's so easy for her to drink out of. I have so bought so many others and they are all sitting in the cupboard because my baby can't get anything out of them.

Kathy - posted on 07/22/2010




my daughter LOVES the nuby valve less ones, theres no nipple thingy, its a bit of a pain ti wash the spout, and we've never had a leakage problem at all. I like them because she can play with it and get minimal water on everything around her, and she loves them

Mara - posted on 07/22/2010




I love Mag Mag from Pigeon, specially because it comes with teat, straw, 3 different stages, all no spill... good handle...

Crystal - posted on 07/21/2010




my daughters favorites are the nuk trainers by gerber. the cup sits in a circle that has handles, the nipple part is latex goes in easy and comes out east. Easy to drink out of, not alot of dripping, although seems to leak a tiny bit from a lot of use and washing. I got mine at my local grocery store they are pretty expensive I think at $7.45 a piece. If I knew this when i got the first one I wouldnt have got it. She likes this best but will use platex and another kind i cant recall.

Hope - posted on 07/21/2010




I have gone through the same thing. I finally figured out the "take and toss" cups work the best for us. They are easy to suck for the little ones, they clean up easy and don't really leak. Also, they are only 3 dollars for 6!

Jamie - posted on 07/21/2010




platex first sippy cup.. It is great, i litterally bough at least 10 diff kinds just to find one i liked.... Majority of sippy cups have such a hard suction that my son could not get anything out.. I love the platex one because it is spill proof but it takes barely any sucking to get the fluid out... it is a great transition to a regular cup.. i did not want my son have to suck to get fluid other wise i would of just kept him on the bottle ya know...

Brandie - posted on 07/20/2010




My daughter loves the Nuby with the straw. She uses the ones with the handles on the side and has now graduated to the one without the handles. I do find that they leak, but I think that is from Caroline throwing it from her highchair and across the room. haha

Maria - posted on 07/20/2010




I like Gerber. but i take out the spill-proof thing so that he can get the water out more easily.

Sarah - posted on 07/19/2010




how about trying him with a straw cuppie. my son loves it. It actually happened by mistake, we forgot his sippy one night out for dinner. and asked for a kiddie cup, so they brought one with a straw, took him like two tries and he got it, and loved it, this was when he was like 8 or 9 months. and now he just drinks from the nuby straw sippy cup. maybe trying with a normal straw first, so he gets the hang of it would help, before buying it. hope this is helpful.

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