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7 sippy cups with straws your little one will love

It is a milestone worth celebrating: your baby is off bottles completely and is drinking juice or water out of a sippy cup. It’s an exciting moment, but it can also come with a little bit of trepidation because, well, your child spilling the contents of the cup onto the floor or in the car isn’t out of the realm of possibility.

However, there are so many different kinds of sippy cups out there — including ones that have straws. Sippy cup options include those made of plastic (BPA-free cups are best), stainless steel, or glass. The addition of a straw makes it so your child does not have to necessarily tip the cup to get their beverage of choice — they can just suck it up! Here are some of our favorite sippy cups with straw options out there:

OXO Tot 6 Ounce Transitions Straw Cup

This is one of the best straw sippy cups, as it is made for your little one to transition away from their bottle. The unique shape conforms to your little one’s mouth and the spout opens as soon as your baby’s mouth opens for it. It also has a hinged cap to close and keep the liquid in the cup.

Mama Bear Weighted Straw Sippy Cup

These sippy cups are recommended for children who are six months and older. The handles are removable, so as your child grows and develops and is ready to hold the cup without the handles, they can be taken off. The removable silicone straw is easy for kids to use and even easier for parents to clean.

Chicco Insulated Flip-Top Straw Spill Free Baby Sippy Cup

These cups are intended for children 12 months and older and come in a variety of different colors that your child will love. Featuring a flip-top straw, these cups also offer double-wall insulation to keep drinks nice and cold for your little one. Plus, it is a “no-spill” straw sippy cup option, meaning you won’t see any more messes in your car or on your floor.

Munchkin Click Lock Flip Straw Cup

Coming in pink and purple or green and blue cups, these click-lock flip-straw cups can hold up to 9 ounces of liquid. Its soft and flexible leakproof straw flips up and out when your child is ready to take a drink. The “Click-Lock” technology makes sure that these cups are shut tight, and there is a 100% leakproof guarantee. They’re also totally dishwasher safe.

Tommee Tippee Insulated Straw Toddler Tumbler Cup

The Tommee Tippee Insulated Straw Toddler Tumbler Cup has a soft straw that is easy on children’s gums and is double-wall insulated. The cup is spillproof, lightweight, and easy for little hands to use. It has a 9-ounce capacity. Sippy Cup with Innovative Weighted Straw

With an innovative weighted straw, this silicone cup has an easy-to-use flip-top lid that your little one can use with no trouble at all. It holds 8 ounces of liquid and is mess-free. The cup is also dishwasher safe.

ZO-LI INC Ash Straw Sippy Cup

This is another sippy cup that has a weighted straw in it, so it does not move around. It allows your child to drink from any angle without spillage! It also has easy-to-hold handles that allow your child to hold it with ease.

If you are looking for anti-spill sippy cups with straws, then these are the perfect choices for your child!

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