The good folks at Lollacup sent me one of their adorable kiddle cups to review, so cue the gratuitous pictures of my little boy!
The cup we were sent is my favorite color, which they call Happy Orange. In addition to being cute, Lollacups are made in the USA and use FDA approved, BPA-free, phthalate-free materials.The little chick head flips open to reveal the straw and flips back closed for when you stick it in the fridge. The straw is weighted on the bottom, which helps your kid when he wants to tilt the cup up (like a bottle) to get more out of it. The straw is also valve-free, which allows a young child to sip out of it without too much effort.
However, if your kid likes to shake the cup over his head to make it rain milk (this isn’t just my kid, right?!) it will NOT keep that from happening.
Ok, bring on the cute pictures!
Disclosure: Lollacup provided me with a free cup to review. While I do appreciate the free cup, I was not paid for this post and all opinions are my own.
6 thoughts on “Reviewing Lollacup”
Jack is wearing a penguin shirt. For this, I love you both. (Other reasons too, but you know.)
LOL and of course I think of YOU whenever Jack wears his penguin shirt now. =)
This would be great to throw into a gift basket for a baby shower- thanks for sharing!
That’s a great idea!
He is so cute. Also…I’m thinking that we should seriously wear tutus one of the BlogHer days. Yours can be orange. Mine will (obviously) be hot pink. Lauren is in. Katie we can peer pressure.
Thanks Chrissy. And I would totally LOVE to wear an orange tutu!