5 Sippy Cups and Water Bottles Your Toddler Will Love - The Local Moms Network | TLMN
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Life with a toddler is messy enough without constant spills from flimsy sippy cups. That’s why having quality sippy cups and water bottles is crucial. We’ve rounded up our top 5 picks that check all the boxes – they’re spill-proof, insulated, easy to hold and designed just for little hands. Read on for our favorite options that will make hydration hassle-free.

LALO Little Cup, $12.50

Leave it to LALO to grace us with sippy cups with functionality, a sleek design, and modern colors. This 3-in-1 FDA approved non-toxic silicone training cup teaches tots to use a straw, a spout, and an open mouth.

Munchkin miracle cup

MUNCHKIN Miracle® 360 Trainer Sippy Cup with Handles, $7.39

There’s a reason why these sippy cups have “miracle” in the name – its spill-proof technology is tough enough for even the rowdiest toddler.When your child stops drinking, the cup automatically seals. No extra pieces or valves to clean makes this cup a cinch to wash.

EZPZ toddler cup

EZPZ The Tiny Cup, $11.49

It might feel counterintuitive to hand your little one an open cup to sip from, but trust us on this one. Designed and tested by a pediatric feeding expert, the cup’s weighted base, interior angle, and non-slip grip make for easy handling and healthy development. 

Munchkin Cat cup

MUNCHKIN Cool Cat™ Stainless Steel Straw Cup, $15.75

This bottle checks all the boxes – it’s spill-proof, insulated, and easy to open and close independently. Moms can feel confident tossing it into their bag without any leaks, and the adorable cat-ear design encourages even the most stubborn kiddos to drink up.

Bbox water bottle

B.BOX Sport Spout Bottle, $17.95

Little ones will stay hydrated on-the-go with this lightweight and durable 20 oz bottle. Designed for all-day use, the angled spout makes drinking easy for active toddlers, while the flip-top sport cap prevents spills and leaks in your bag.


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