How many of you are transitioning your baby from a sippy cup to a regular cup? If you are, then Nuby has some great cups to help with that. One of the cups I have found that has helped A transition is the Nuby 360 Degree Wonder Cup.
Features of the 360 Wonder Cup
- Made of plastic.
- Child can sip from any side
- 8 oz / 240 ml
- (The cup in my post features two handles but you can get ones without handles.)
- Water comes out from pressure of child’s lips on the cup
- *Mostly* spill-proof. I will explain below…
My Thoughts About the 360 Wonder Cup
So over-all, I like the 360 Wonder Cup. I love that Avery has been able to drink from it easily since she was a lot younger. The fact that she can sip from any direction on the top of the cup, and her drink comes out is great. I also like that there are handles to make holding her cup much easier. Avery can hold practically any cup now, but when she was younger, she had some issues.
Something that I don’t love about the 360 Wonder Cup is that it is supposed to be spill-proof but I haven’t found that to be true yet. Granted, if Avery is drinking water from this cup, it doesn’t all go pouring down her shirt like a regular cup. But, if Avery drops her cup on the floor or drops it on her tray upside down, the pressure makes water spill out. I do still like to use this cup because I think it’s way less messy than a regular cup but I don’t think it is spill-proof.
Features of the E-Z Squee-Z™
- Helps promote self-feeding in babies
- For semi-solid foods and purees
- Made of silicone
- For babies 3+ months old
My Thoughts About the E-Z Squee-Z™
I have loved having the E-Z Squee-Z. When Avery was learning to eat semi-solid foods or when I wanted her to be able to eat berries or something similar but not choke on them, I used the E-Z Squee-Z. Avery’s favorite thing to eat in it has been bananas or yogurt. I don’t use it AS much these days since Avery can eat tons more on her own than she used to be able to. But, I like being able to put yogurt in this and Avery can’t squeeze it all over the place like she would be able to with a yogurt pouch.
The only negative thing I would say about the E-Z Squee-Z is that sometimes the bottle likes to suction and I find that it would be hard for a baby or toddler to squeeze the contents of the bottle upwards.
Over-all, I would say I have liked these two Nuby products. They have helped with Avery transitioning from a baby to an almost toddler. They are simple to put together and also to clean which is all a mama can ask for.
You can check out Nuby’s other products on their website.