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    Default Recommend me a straw cup pls!

    My 18 mth old is still.using a sippy cup but i want to move her to straw cups now as less chance of tooth decay and a straw gets them using jaw muscles properly. So many on the market! So any recommendations appreciated .And how do u take drink out with u in them (ie in the nappy bag) Thanks!

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    Ive always used the Nuby flip ones ( it flips open so you don't need a lid) also its spill proof, I get them from Big W
    http://nuby.com/en-AU/nuby/cups-spouts/9637/

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    Thermos. They r seriously very good for keeping drinks fresh. We do milk in ours and it keeps cold for 12 hours.

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    Thanks! I wont b transporting milk in it, just plain water

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    How do u clean it Elijahs mum? Ill b using it for milk too but she only has a cup of milk in the mirning and at night now so wont b carting milk around in it

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    Thanks SM.... :-)

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    The nuby one is great. If you want a bigger one the tommee tippee discovera one is pretty good as well. Both are leak proof, DS has well and truly tested that out.

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    Ds has a mag mag which is leakproof... I have no problems with it and he took to it straight away at 11 months

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    Shan- its easy to clean as the straw comes out in 2 parts , just wash it straight away after she finishes her milk !


 

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