March of the Penguin Cup
Hanna Lim was at a restaurant when she discovered her 9-month-old daughter could drink from a straw with ease. Her pediatrician had recommended Lim wean her daughter to a straw instead of a sippy cup, but the child had been unable to drink from any of the commercially available straw cups.
That's when the idea for this child-friendly penguin cup was hatched. Its straw is narrow, which helps control the flow of liquid, and valve-free, for easy sipping. It even has a weighted end that keeps the straw anchored in the liquid, even when the cup is tipped. The cup's two handles are easily gripped by little hands, and can be removed to make it cup holder compatible. The playful, brightly colored design is also simple enough that it separates into just a few pieces, for easy cleaning. Includes a brush for cleaning the straw.
The cup is FDA approved for children as young as 9 months, and contains no BPA and phthalates. All parts are recyclable. Made in the USA.