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Excellent

AdvantagesThe top 12!

DisadvantagesNo English players

...England were the only home nation to represent Britain in the last two World Cups, 1978 and Scotland the last time that happened. Wales, N.Ireland and Scotland have less and less chance of ever qualifying again as fewer and fewer of their lads play in the top leagues, England heading the same way if they don't act fast to reduce the number of foreign players (and managers who prefer those players...

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“A (non) sippy cup”

published 08/07/2016

AdvantagesLooks great, nice size

DisadvantagesErin can't drink from it

...Now that Erin is eating three meals a day and is nearly three months into the weaning process, drinking water is really quite important. We have tried so many cups and I was offered this one to review for my blog. Although I got this one to review, it retails at £4.95. They sell on Amazon for £7.90 at the moment. It is aimed at children 6+ months. The Haberman Cow Cup is named as such...

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Good

“Erin's second cup”

published 19/05/2016

AdvantagesSpout, juice line

DisadvantagesNot suitable for age recommended

...Now that Erin has started weaning she needs to drink water. Although I have started giving her some in a bottle she uses for milk I want her to learn how to drink from a cup as soon as possible. This is the second cup we have tried so far. Our Tommee Tippee First Cup was purchased from our local Sainsbury's for £1.50. I bought this on a whim because Erin wasn't doing too well with the Nuby cup...

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