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Best Sippy Cups

  • Jon Whittle

    Sophisticated Sippy
    Your older pre-schooler has outgrown his sippy, but you’re missing the spill-proof feature. Playtex has the answer with its Coolster Tumbler, an insulated spill-proof cup that actually looks cool to a kid.

    ($6.82; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Goin' Green
    We love this Prince Lionheart system. The colic-reducing hospital-grade silicone bottle set (of 3) is reusable as sippy cups by swapping the nipples for spouts and handles. Simply buy the sippy upgrade kit. Customize the cup, with or without handles, as your tot gets the hang of her sip.

    (3-pack of 4 oz. bottles, $20; sippy upgrade kit for 3 bottles, $6; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    First Sippy Cup
    Tommee Tippee’s soft-spout Explora requires little effort by baby to suck.

    ($10.90; babyonline.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Lava Lamp?
    Boon's Fluid No-Spill sippy cup looks cool, is easy for your baby to grip (or wear as a bracelet) and even easier for you to wash.

    ($9.99; walmart.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    No Top, No Problem!
    Tiny hands using any grip can master BabyBjörn's My First Cup, even as early as age 1.

    ($15; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Movin' On Up
    Hoppop's valve-free Coppa Plastic Drinking Cup isn't spill-proof but helps your child transition from a sippy to an open-top cup.

    ($8; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Chicken Dance
    The whimsical Lollacup's weighted straw reaches liquid at any angle; its lid slides open and shut; and the handles twist off for use in cup holders.

    ($18; amazon.com)

  • Laura Hinely

    I Wanna Be Just Like You!
    Your little one mimics those he loves best, and Munchkin's Mighty Grip Toddler Sports Bottle gives him just the tool. He'll love the soft spout, too.

    ($8; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Movin' On Up
    Munchkin’s larger-volume, easy-to-hold Mighty Grip is a perfect next-stage sippy.

    (Two-pack, $7; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Is It a Toy or a Cup?
    The hourglass shape makes the NUK Gerber Fun Grips easy for small hands to hold, and the twist open-close top will make this straw cup one of your faves.

    ($8; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Earth Loving
    OXO's Tot Sippy Cup Set has more configurations than a Transformer, making it the single cup your child will use from babyhood through preschool.

    ($10; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    One Great Cup
    Your baby drinks from Tommee Tippee's Explora Sippy Cup without any sucking. It's got a built-in flip cap and is totally spill-proof.

    ($14 for two-pack; amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    Growing Gulps
    The special mOmma three-stage Developmental Drink Set helps take your baby from bottle to cup. Accessories help baby wean from the bottle she’s used to to using a two-handled sippy cup and eventually a one-handled straw-top. Each drink set includes one bottle and all the accessories needed through to the straw-top stage.

    (single bottle set $32, amazon.com)

  • Jon Whittle

    A Handle on Feeding
    Handles help cue infants to hold and guide the cup to their mouths. This, plus Nuby’s vari-flo valve which helps baby drink rather than have to suck, make the Super Spout an all around great cup. As baby grows, she can upgrade to the larger Easy Grip model.

    ($7; diapers.com)

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