• Do enjoy this wonderful milestone with your baby who will proudly master a cup at her own pace.
  • Don’t be in a hurry. Wait until baby can sit up and hold an object with both hands — usually between 6 to 10 months.
  • Do choose a first cup with easy-to-grasp handles and a soft spout that’s gentle on baby’s sensitive gums — like the Playtex® Sipsters® Stage 1 Trainer Cup designed with a feeding specialist and pediatrician.
  • Do make it fun for your baby by playing a little game. Sit face to face with him and place an empty cup within his reach. Drink from your cup and see if he grabs his sippy to mimic your actions.
  • Don’t overfill the cup when baby is first learning to use it. Start by adding water or diluted juice into the cup only to about one quarter-full until baby’s skills mature.
  • Do consider a cup that your child can hold and control easily (that fosters independence!) the Playtex® Sipsters® Stage 2 cup was designed with a child development expert for just this purpose.
  • Don’t worry about spills or leaks as babies graduate from trainer cups.
  • Do enjoy every moment of your baby’s newly blossoming independence as he makes his way up to the big-kid cups
*If not completely satisfied, then return for full refund of purchase price, or replacement.