My daughter is 3.
Three is hard. Just in case no one has ever told you that.
Libbie wants to use a regular cup, most of the time. (Unless she’s trying to steal her baby brother’s sippies.) But about half the time, this ends with milk on the carpet or water down her front. And for Libbie, one drop of water on her shirt equals a wardrobe change.
Enter Contigo cups. These brilliant bottles are for preschoolers like Libbie, who like to feel independent but still lack complete coordination.
The Contigo Trekker cups are spill-proof and leak-proof, with auto-sealing. Kids must press the button to open the hole to drink, and it reseals as soon as they release the button. The tight-fitting lid is one piece, so no loose parts to lose, either! The textured bottle makes gripping easy for little ones.
Libbie loves these cups (which we purchased ourselves a few months ago). She loves that her little brother can’t use them; they are hers alone. They look a lot like Mommy’s water bottles. And they don’t spill water on her beloved princess get-ups.
Contigo has graciously offered us two Trekker cups to give away during March.
To enter the giveaway, just answer the following in the comments: what do you hate about sippy cups? [Or just tell us why you need a Contigo cup!]
I hate leaks and finding nasty milk curdled in hidden cups!
Winners will be selected May 1, 2012. LifeWay employees are not eligible to win. One entry per person, please. USA only.