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“A Miracle Sippy Cup”

published 01/12/2016

Advantagesdoesn't spill.

Disadvantagesdesign fading.

...My son had been using the Munchkin Miracle 360 training cup for around 6 months when I decided to upgrade him to the more grown up Sippy cup version, having used the Munchkin Miracle 360 Sippy Cup for several months now I thought I would review it today. Munchkin Munchkin produces a wide variety of baby items including toys, safety equipment, bottles, cups and feeding equipment. We have...

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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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“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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