Amazon - April 9, 2024

The $20 Sippy Cup I Swear By

brighton butler sippy cup

I never thought I’d be writing an entire blog post about one sippy cup, but here we are. Long gone are the days when this blog felt more fashion-focused than anything. We’re getting REAL with our content these days.

When Four first started using a sippy cup, I was honestly kind of overwhelmed with all of the options. Like literally had NO idea what to look for. We tried several options that did not work for him. He would either have a ton of trouble sucking through the straw, or he would end up spilling it everywhere.

I honestly don’t even know how I found this cup, but it was a clutch Amazon find for sure. I’ve recommended it to a ton of parents, and any time I’ve posted about it on Instagram, I get DMs saying how much you love it. So, I figured… why not? Let’s let it live on the blog!


Magic Sippy Cup

This has become the ONLY sippy cup I use for Four because it’s so easy for him to use and *doesn’t* spill at all. We tried several different cups before finding this one. It’s great for babies at young as 6 months all the way through toddlerhood.

What I love about this sippy cup

• You can use it when your baby first starts drinking: This sippy cup is great for babies as young as 6 months old who aren’t used to using straws because it has a spout you can use.

• It’s super easy to replace the spout with the straw that’s included once your baby is ready for a straw. I also personally appreciate that it also has a little valve that prevents backflow — parents of toddlers, IYKYK.

• Oh, also, the handle rotates, which is oddly a nice feature I never knew I’d really care about.

• It’s made from a PPSU material will not absorb odor or color. This material also doesn’t scratch… like at all. Plus, it’s BPA and Phthalate free.

• You can also put it in the dishwasher (top-rack only) – or microwave if needed. So many of the sippy cups we tried weren’t dishwasher-safe and it was such a beating to hand wash them every time. This cup is also easy to reassemble.

Cons of this sippy cup

• I’ll be the first to admit that this cup is a splurge compared to others on the market. In my opinion, you get what you pay for – and by knowing how great this cup is, I saved a ton of money not having to buy a ton of other cups.

• This only happened when my kids were very little, but occasionally they would have trouble getting liquid out of the cup if it was almost empty because of the position of the straw.

Alright, that’s really all I’ve got on sippy cups for now. It’s been a game changer in our house and a hit for so many of you who’ve bought it too! You can also find it in a larger size for older kids here.

Mamas, here are a few other blog posts you might enjoy:

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