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Straw Tumbler for 1 year old Baby

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    Straw Tumbler for 1 year old Baby

    Hi

    Anyone has experience with Tommee Tippee Straw Tumbler for 12m+ baby?
    My question/concern is whether the cover at the top (the part that hides/presses down the straw) can end up poking the baby's nose when they are drinking from the straw?

    Wanted to get one but somehow concerned over this part...


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    Hi, we had a similar bottle when my son was younger and don't think he was ever poked.

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    Thanks, that helps!

    Quote Originally Posted by rani
    Hi, we had a similar bottle when my son was younger and don't think he was ever poked.

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    Yep agree no issues at all. So just get one.

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    Perfect and thanks a lot for the assurance. With baby products, I couldn't help but be more careful.

    Quote Originally Posted by Sith
    Yep agree no issues at all. So just get one.

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    Whatever you do, dont get this one.
    Bad design

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    Thanks Lol

    Quote Originally Posted by HowardCoombs
    Whatever you do, dont get this one.
    Bad design


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    The baby will be bumping his face into everything anyway. I'm sure the top of a sippy cup is going to be nothing to worry about.

    That Tommy Tippee brand seems to have well designed stuff anyway, if it had ever been a problem, it would have been changed by now.


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    Just be careful with mould/mildew. You need to get those tiny brushes and brush the straws and bottles frequently.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rani
    Just be careful with mould/mildew. You need to get those tiny brushes and brush the straws and bottles frequently.
    and a steamer to kill any mold spores

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