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With three kids, I know all about the pain of dealing with all the different styles and brands of sippys and cups that are out there for children. I have stacks and stacks of different cups that are suppose to be just for my kids. And with all these cups and sippys, it can be a battle to determine who had what cup. Not to mention, the pile of cups that end up in my sink at the end of the day.
I was recently introduced to a great brand that has helped solved this problem. The Kupp’ is inspired by kids and made by a mom. It is an innovative way for children to drink safely from a glass and to control their place in the kitchen. Using imported glass from Poland, the Kupp’ glass is outfitted with a colorful, toxic free silicon sleeve made in Maine. The reusable kids cup comes in 4 colors – blue, green, red, and orange- so each child in your family can choose his or her color and learn to use and reuse their glass, cutting down on wasteful washing.
Yes, you read that right. The Kupp’ is a glass cup. What?! I let my toddler use a glass cup? Well, the silicon sleeve makes it very easy for Cayden to hold the cup and drink out of it. I am trying to break him from the sippy so the Kupp is the perfect tool for him.
With Haley and Amberly it is a constant fight about who had what cup. They now know which cup is whose because they have their own color. Haley uses the red Kupp and Amberly uses the blue Kupp. And to make things even better, these are the only cups that they are allowed to use all day long. Which means less dishes to clean for mommy! YAY!
The Kupp’ is a completely new personalized cup for kids that has a specific purpose. First, the creator of the Kupp’, Kate Oliver, wants to stop the use of plastic cups in the home and instead use drinking glasses for kids. This will eliminate exposure to toxic chemicals found in plastic. Second the color connection helps teach children responsibility. You child will take pride in their own BPA free, cool kids cup and be excited to drink out of and reuse their blue, orange, red or green Kupp’.
The Kupp’ is designed for ages 3 to 10. So when I let Cayden use one (he is 19 months old) I watch him closely and he is not allowed to be alone with this cup. The Kupp’ retails for $16.00 each.
You can learn more about Kupp’ on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. Or visit their website at http://www.thekupp.com.