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August 12, 2015

GIVEAWAY: Avent Cups


First Smiles, First Sips
With the Philips Avent My Trainer Cups, toddlers can easily graduate from bottle to sippy cup. Begin with the familiar silicone nipple on top, and then graduate to the soft spout – the rubberized trainer handles make it easy for little hands to grip the cup when they’re ready.
More Milk, No Mess
With the Philips Avent My Penguin Sippy Cup, soft and hard spout options provide developing toddlers with a truly leak-free drinking experience, while soft-touch trainer handles help them grip cups independently. When toddlers are ready to hold cups without handles, the Philips Avent My Easy Sippy Spout Cup has an easy-to-grasp ripple shape, designed for a no-slip grip.
Spill-Free Explorer
A perfect companion for your on-the-move little one, the Philips Avent My Twist n Sip Straw Cup features a soft, silicone straw that will introduce your child to a bran d new type of drinking experience. The cup’s unique twist lid will keep its straw clean and hygienic while you and your tot are on the go.

Just Like Mom and Dad
A first of its kind, the Philips Avent My Natural Drinking Cup promotes independent drinking with its 360 degree, lip-activated rim. Milk or water will only release from the cup if the toddler has his lip pressed against this rim, enabling them to drink like a grown-up, while staying 100% spill-free!

I think this is a really great evolution. Kids start with
 a "bottle" with handles so they get used to holding something. Next they move to a smaller spout so that they can transition away from the bottle. Step three is the straw which can take some kids a long time to master, but it's an important skill to master, and finally the cup. While some does spill out like a cup if the child is pressing down with his/her lip, it prevents water from rushing out all at once. So while it is not spill proof by any means, it's a step up from a cup when trying to teach kids how to drink from a cup with minimal messes.
My 10 month old niece loved her 6 month cup and was able to master the tipping up motion to get the water from her cup. It took her a few tries, but she got it! And my 2 year old LOVES his straw cup, and especially the twist close top. I think he likes closing it more than he likes drinking from it. Thats usually how it goes, right? :-P
WIN IT: the full toddler cup range as well as hard copies of “Sip, Sip, Hooray” 

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