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Friday, April 12, 2013

Lollacup Protects the Bed from Spills!



I have a confession, a confession that might make me a bad Mom to some. My five year old still uses a sippy cup in bed at night. He always wants water at night and he is very clumsy and ends up spilling water everywhere, so I began giving him a sippy cup. I wanted something that protected my bed, but was less "baby like" so  I contacted Lollacup recently and we love it!


The Lollacup is a straw sippy cup that can be used with a baby that is as young as 9 months or for older kids like my son! The handles are removable so this works perfectly for my little man, who feels babyish if the handles are on. I love this cup! I do not feel anywhere as guilty having my little man use this at bedtime as I did with a traditional sippy cup, however, this protects the bed from spills. 


I also love that this great cup can be used for my younger son in just a few months, and will allow him to get the hang of a straw very early (it took my oldest forever to figure a straw out!) because it has no valve. The straw is weighted so it anchors to the liquid and allows the little ones to drink even when the cup is VERY tilted. We all know the little ones really will really tilt a cup back when drinking!

I was also happily surprised that a little straw cleaning brush came with this! This means it will be used for a very long time. Other sippy cups we have used that had a straw were only used temporarily because the straw became nasty. This cup is also BPA-free and phthalate-free and made in the USA, which makes me happier to purchase it.





Buy It: You can purchase the Lollacup in orange, green, blue, pink, red and black for only $16. This is quality made cup that will hold up much longer than your traditional straw cup. Also check out Lollacup on facebook for the latest updates! 


Paige

The green lollacup was received for my consideration while writing this review. No other compensation was received. All opinions are 100% mine.

7 comments:

  1. They need an insulated cup. My son carries his around all day.

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  2. That sounds like a great idea! Our almost 3 year old is always wanting a drink throughout the night. This would be perfect for him!

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  3. Those are too cute! Is it wrong I'm actually thinking they might be good for me beside the bed - my shakes get awful at night lol x

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  4. i wish I had this cup for my daughter. we have one with a straw which is really nice. I like that it can spill but it doesnt have a straw cleaning brush. thats something great to have!

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  6. I love cups like this. I am building a birthday kid basket for a soon to be two year old. This sounds like something she would like.

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  7. Great that I cmes with straw cleaning brush.

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