We’ve been on the search for a new cup for Busby for a few months now. Her trusty green number has been a loyal companion for a while and it’s starting to look a little over-loved, but she has refused most other cups we’ve tried. So when the lovely folk at Haberman got in touch and asked us whether we’d be interested in trying their new anywayup 360° Junior Sip Cup, we were eager to see whether it would prove a suitable replacement.
The Sip Cup is (joyfully) drip free, and is designed for building independence; bridging the gap between “baby” cups and the grown-up world of cups. The 360° element to the cup means that Busby can drink from any side, which she has loved, and has meant that we’re not frustratingly sticking a bottle brush down a spout every night to try and clean out bits of food.
It’s super easy to take apart to clean (not easy enough that a Toddler can do this I hasten to add, but easy enough for a heavily-pregnant, sleep-deprived Mama to work out), and it fits back together wonderfully, so you’re not having to fiddle around with small parts. It’s also dishwasher safe, and microwave safe (without the lid) if your Toddler still enjoys a cup of warm milk.
Busby has taken to the 360° Junior Sip Cup immediately, and now asks for it over her old, trusty green number. It’s perfect for Toddlers over 24 months of age, and I would certainly recommend it for any parents looking for a next stage cup.
The 360° Junior Sip Cup costs £5.95 RRP and is available to buy from Waitrose, Mothercare and on the anywayup website.
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