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LOVE this cup!
I have been trying for a few months to get my baby to drink water from an array of different cups and teets. She immediately took to this cup and didn’t just shake her head and refuse it like she does with almost all other options.
It was the perfect size for her little 8-month-old hands as well as a beautiful colour for my stylish little bub! The fact that is it BPA free is also very important to us.
The wide base was also very helpful as it was harder for her to knock over, but easier for her to stand up on her tray. She will continue to practise with this cup- we love it!
Purchased in April 2019.
Excellent Baby Cup
My baby boy who is 10 month wasn't interested using a sippy cup so i was buying few to try out then all of sudden i discovered this babybjorn baby cup! this is small but very stable, well designed to fit into little hands and nice color! my boy loves this cup and he was trying to drink staight out of the cup! of course he needs my little help but if there is no water still he is holdng the cup and pretending to drink!
Also i can use this cup to serve some blueberries or yoghurt so it is very versitile! as mentioned before i was bit worried how...
Neat and sturdy
My 5 month old daughter decided she wanted to drink out of a cup straight away ( well a pint glass actually), so I looked around for a more baby friendly option than the liqueur glass that my husband was using and bought this.
She really loves it, and will drink out of it with assistance at the moment but she is keen to give it a go on her own. It is in a nice bright green colour.
It has a wide base that is sturdy, versatile function as a bowl (works well with their BB spoons), can be dishwashered, microwaved etc although we try not to...do that with any plastics at all. It is BPA and pthatlate free as well as a number of other things free (check the site). No lid or handles. Presume she will figure our how to hold it - as kids did in the days before sippy cups - however wonder what child care cente will say about no lid....could do with something to fit over the top perhaps? design and colour, functionality, versatility No lid could cause a problem at childcare, plus can't be used as a portable drink holder
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