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With a growing up child, you always have a baby who is thirty all the time. I must say my newly purchased Babyhug Hard Spout Non-Spill Sipper Cup With Handle is easy to carry, and its size is such that it can fit in the baby bag easily; I can easily accommodate water or juice in it.
My baby is 20 months old and is very fond of different types of sippers and spout bottle holders. This is one of the best sippers she has had because the material is soft and simple and can be cleaned easily. I love the design and colour as well. It’s a nice and comfortable product for the baby as well as for the mom.
It is a bite-free product so you can even when it when your baby starts teething. I am really satisfied with this sipper. The spout is hard, so babies can’t bite and spoil it. It is important for my baby to now gain independence and transition from bottle to cup. The sipper comes somewhere in between and gives the baby the confidence of drinking milk by herself. I love the leak-proof, chew-resistant nature.
It is easy to carry and clean, too. I can sterilise it easily. Thumbs up!
It’s a good product for babies; very comfortable and easy for them to hold and drink. I must also say that the plastic quality is very good and safe as it is BPA free. My little one loves it!
This is an awesome sipper for my baby who is 2.5 years old and for moms trying to move their baby from bottle to cup. My baby started to sip from this cup without any hassle. I was in a dilemma and wondered if my baby would be able to sip, but he learned after using this product.
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