How do I transition from sippy to regular cup?

How do I transition from sippy to regular cup?

How to Transition Your Child to a Regular Cup

  1. Use a Rimless Sippy Cup.
  2. Only Put a Small Amount of Liquid in Their Cup.
  3. Hold the Cup for Them.
  4. Get Them Their Own Water Bottle.
  5. Limit Milk and Juice to Meal and Snack Times Only.
  6. Set a Firm Date to Get Rid of the Sippy Cup, and Prepare Your Child.
  7. Quit Cold Turkey.

How do you transition from straw cup to sippy cup?

Start with 1 feeding at a time Along with using the sippy cup for water with mealtimes, add 1 milk feeding each day from the cup. What is this? Once your baby takes that well, add in another feeding using the sippy/straw cup and continue until she no longer needs the bottle.

How do you clean Playtex sippy cups?

All parts are top rack dishwasher safe, or can be handwashed. Fully disassemble parts before washing (remove the valve and soft spout). For Spout cups, store the valve under the lid when washing in the dishwasher. Do not use abrasive cleaners.

Do you put formula in a sippy cup?

What to serve in a sippy cup. You can give babies under a year old breast milk, formula, or water (if they’re at least 6 months old) in a sippy cup. Once your child is a year old, you can give them juice or cow’s milk in the sippy, though it’s best to only let them drink juice or milk during meals and snack time.

How long do you boil sippy cups?

Boil Your Cups: Place your sippy cups and accessories into a pot of boiling water. Allow to boil for 10 minutes.

Do sippy cups need sterilization?

It’s important to sterilise all your baby’s feeding equipment, including bottles and teats, until they are at least 12 months old.

How do you use a Munchkin water bottle?

It’s easy and simple to use the Miracle® 360° Hydration Bottle. Just tilt the bottle back and place your lips anywhere on the 360° edge. Then suck as you would through a straw, this will allow the seal to temporarily lift and water to flow through. Then back to it being a leak-proof water bottle until the next sip!

How do you transition from bottle to Open Cup?

Baby should transition from breast / bottle to sips from an open cup held by a parent. Offer alternatives. By 12 months of age baby will be eating three small meals a day and drinking more often from a cup. So, offer a tiny snack and breast milk or formula in an open cup before bed as an alternative to a bottle.

Why choose Playtex Stage 2 sippy cups?

Designed for versatility, Playtex ® Stage 2 cups are contoured so they are easy for little hands to hold and allows them to better control sipping. As your baby starts pulling up to stand, it’s time to think about a change in your sippy cups.

What is Playtex Stage 1 spout Cup?

Playtex ® Stage 1 Spout Cup is designed for children ages 4M+ transitioning from bottles to sippy cups. Stage 1 cups promote independent drinking skills with unique features, like removable handles, soft silicone spout, and more! We know that each stage of your little one’s development is special.

How do I attach the lid to the Cup?

If using handles, press the handles from the bottom of the lid, making sure that the parts align and are secure. Screw lid onto cup, clicking clockwise until tight.

Are Playtex Cups leak-proof?

Playtex cups are 100% leak-proof, spill-proof and break-proof guaranteed*. Let’s give baby a hand with the ergonomic design of these Stage 2 cups.