Welcome to our baby cup collection, where we offer lightweight & easy to hold baby sipping cups to help make the transitions throughout your baby's feeding journey easier than ever. Our collections are designed with the needs of growing babies in mind. Our cups are not only functional but also stylish and fun. Shop our baby cup collection today and help make mealtime enjoyable for the whole family.
At what age can babies start using cups?
It is generally recommended that your little ones start using a cup from around six months when they develop the coordination and motor skills needed to hold and drink from a cup. Every baby is different; some may be ready to use a cup earlier or later. Gradually and patiently introducing a cup to your little one can help them become comfortable with the transition from breast or bottle feeding to drinking from a cup.
Can baby cups help with the transition from breast or bottle feeding?
Yes, baby cups can be a helpful tool in transitioning babies from breast or bottle feeding to drinking from a cup. Cups with soft spouts or straws can provide a similar sucking sensation that babies are used to, while also teaching them the new skill of drinking from a cup. Introducing a cup gradually alongside continued breast or bottle feeding can help your little ones feel more comfortable and confident with their new experience.
Should I choose a sippy cup or a straw cup for my baby?
Choosing between a sippy cup or a straw cup from brands such as b.box, Done By Deer, Plum, Calf & Crew, and many more for your Bub largely depends on their individual needs and preferences. Sippy cups are generally recommended for younger babies who are just starting to learn how to drink from a cup, as they are spill-proof and easy to hold. Straw cups are often preferred by older babies who have developed more advanced motor skills, as they allow for a more natural drinking position and promote better oral development. Ultimately, both cups can be great for your baby's needs.