Now that Easton is six months, I wanted to introduce a sippy cup as soon as possible. I want to make sure he is used to not only drinking from a sippy cup, but also used to the taste of water by the time it gets warm around here; which is only around the corner. Easton has been pretty easy when it comes to anything bottle/feeding related. If it’s a food delivery vessel, he’ll pretty much take it with out any protesting. I certainly credit our nursing and reflux challenges and all the different bottles/nipples we had to try during those early months, so when it came time to introduce a sippy cup, I didn’t think much of it. I only grabbed one and just as I thought, he took to it pretty fast. But once I introduced water, I ran into a little snag. I like to put fruit and berries in his water, but all the fruit rushed to the spout and it would get clogged, and we know what happened then, he got frustrated.
When the folks at TwistShake offered to send me one of their sippy cups, I was in. And as you can see from the pictures so is Easton. I absolutely love the fruit mixer/splash and that it’s super easy to clean. I also love that it is not only BPA free, but also BPS, BPF free AND SPILL PROOF! As you can see in the pictures, Easton is not really concerned about how he carries it and I have yet to have one leak.
I highly reccommend this sippy cup if you have a mini transitioning, I also plan on getting the next level cup after he’s mastered this one. Use code marialtamirano30 for 30% discount on the pastel colors or you can also save up to 40% off the neon colors in the neon outlet while supplies last. Visit www.twistshake.com/us. And of course they offer free shipping for orders over $25.
Check out the short video below to see how easy it is to use.
The sippy cup was provided by Twist Shake, as always opinions are my own.