Tips To Transition To A Sippy Cup

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2 thoughts on “Tips To Transition To A Sippy Cup”

  1. Thanks for posting this! My son just turned 1 and we are attempting the sippy cup transition. I believe we have accrued 6 different types now. He didn’t show any interest in any of them and I think all we managed to do was confuse him. We have since gone back to 2 of them and continue to present them to him several times a day. I’m hoping he figures this out before Kindergarten!

  2. Thank you so much for writing this! My son is 11 months and still prefers a bottle… We have tried a few different sippy cups but he either sucks the water up then spits it out all over himself or just stops trying. There are so many choices that it’s overwhelming thanks for the specific recommendation. It has been the perfect fit for him!

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