The obsession started innocently enough. When Henry turned 4 months old, I thought it would be a good time to start offering him water from a cup. We got a traditional, soft-spouted cup with handles, nothing more than a glorified bottle. One wasn't enough; I got more, just to give them a try. Several cups in, I read that speech and language pathologists suggested that sippy cups and bottles are not ideal for speech development. Straws are (perhaps) better. I rushed to the store and purchased a straw cup. And another. And another. Henry took to the straws like a kitten to milk. I was satisfied. My research ceased. And then, I started thinking again. Henry likes drinking out of my cups. I reasoned that, perhaps, he was ready for yet another new cup.
I found it. A perfectly wonderful, spout-less, spill-proof cup.
|Isn't it lovely?|
Playtex Spoutless Cup