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Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Tanya

The bottle to sippy cup transition

As parents we know how difficult it can be for your little one to give up the bottle. I have to admit, Carson did not give his up until he was well after 3 years old. But even then it was only at night.
Girls are different, and easier I think. Ashlee is only 16 months and has already moved on. Still on the bottle at night, this great product makes the transition smooth!

The Think Baby Sippy Cup is FREE OF BPA (BISPHENOL-A), PHTHALATES, PVC, LEAD, NITROSAMINES, MELAMINE, AND BIOLOGICALLY TOXIC CHEMICALS

The Spout

Our trainer cup features a soft silicone spout similar to the one we use for our baby bottles. We found that TPR (rubber) and hard plastic spouts often became brittle or were heavily chewed during use. The soft silicone makes for easy transition from baby bottle to sippy cup.

No Spill Design - The spout utilizes a cross-cut pattern which reduces the chance of spillage during use.

The Handle
The trainer cup includes easy to hold and remove handles. In fact, all the parts of our bottle are interchangeable. If you already have our baby bottles check out our conversion kit.

The trainer cup is dishwasher safe and we recommend placement in the top rack.

The handles, cap and base of the bottle are made from polypropylene (No. 5 Plastic), so please recycle after use.

DISHWASHER SAFE
Top rack recommended.

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Debbie
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July 21, 2010 at 7:17 PM delete

I agree that boys are harder to transition then girls, I didn't think we would ever get our son off the bottle, but both our duaghter and Selena were a piece of cake. We used a cup similar to the one you have here for Selena, and I agree again they are great for making the transition.

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Jacob Maslow
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July 22, 2010 at 11:59 AM delete

I switched my baby off at around thirteen months.

It took a bit for him to get used to it. The more bottle-like spout probably would have helped.

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