Though I absolutely love milk and my 3-year-old baby boy does too, my older daughter stopped being a fan of milk some years ago. When she was a baby, we could get her to drink milk without any issues, but as she became a toddler and is now close to the age of 9, she has steadily liked milk less and less. (She must take after her father, who is also not a fan of milk.) Therefore, my dilemma is ensuring she gets enough calcium in her diet and finding ways to get her to drink more milk. As such, I was excited to try out MilkSplash, available at Walmart [aff], in the hopes that she would drink more milk! Let me share with you our review of MilkSplash products and what my daughter thought!
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Though my 3-year-old baby boy is already drinking from a regular cup, the occasional spill does occur. Sometimes, we still provide him with a sippy cup to avoid a mess, especially when we have a day out and he’s potentially going to drink in the car. Since he’s older, fun graphics or characters are important to him. This helps him feel good about drinking from a sippy cup, despite him being a “big boy,” as he often reminds us.
We recently had a chance to try out USA Kids Sippy Cups [aff], available exclusively at Walmart, and found them to be great! My baby boy loved the cute designs on his new sippy cups and since he’s into imaginative play these days, he even started “talking” as the characters on his cups! Check out our full review of USA Kids Sippy Cups and why I think you’ll feel good about purchasing them for your baby or toddler.
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