Reddit Reddit reviews Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup, Green/Blue, 7 Oz, 2 Count

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Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup, Green/Blue, 7 Oz, 2 Count
Set of (2) 7 ounce toddler cups with dentist recommended spoutless design360 degree drinking edge eliminates spills completelyCup automatically seals when you are done drinkingHandles are easy for little hands to holdEasy to clean with no extra valves or partsBPA free, top rack dishwasher safe, 6+ months
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23 Reddit comments about Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup, Green/Blue, 7 Oz, 2 Count:

u/imonlyhalfazn · 11 pointsr/Parenting

Is it specific that daycare needs him to drink from a sippy or straw cup? I know some daycares have crazy rules (ours won't let our son eat his food from a "pouch" and they instead squeeze it all into a bowl then spoon feed him which makes a huge mess).

My son is only 9 months, but starting around 6 months I tried numerous times to introduce a sippy and he just never "got" it. I picked up the Munchkin 360 and he loves this.

It mimics how we as adults tend to drink out of a cup (my son is keenly observant of everything DH and I do) and it doesn't spill all over the place if it gets dropped. I filled it up almost to the top when I first gave it to him, so he wouldn't have to tip it very far to get water out and that really helped.

The first time he tried it, I'd handed it to him while I was prepping his dinner because he was insanely fussy and about a minute later I'd come back and he'd chugged about half of the water! Since then I've had to supervise him with the cup since his pediatrician said no more than a couple ounces of water a day.

u/Bmorehon · 6 pointsr/breakingmom

get the 360 cup thing maybe without the handles? But it helps them learn how to drink from a real cup without the ability to waterboard themselves by tipping the cup too far and having it all rush out at once. This is the cup we started my son on and he loves it (at 7 months) and can already drink water from a regular cup, although it's still messy. Edit to say I am an asshole and didn't see the last paragraph about how you finally decided on one. Glad you were able to find one you like and hit the order button!

u/cawpin · 6 pointsr/daddit
u/married_with_cats · 5 pointsr/beyondthebump

Not exactly what you're asking for, but we use these and they won't roll away

u/jobie285 · 4 pointsr/beyondthebump

> ... whichever one he'll take...

Yup. Also non-snarky, but this is the truth. We chose to buy one of a few different kinds.

When first trying a cup from a bottle at around 4-6 months, he liked the Nuk learner cups. We've also tried weighted straw cups (I found them sooooo hard to get the liquid out myself! So I rarely offer them anymore.) We really like the Munchkin 360 though. We also have a Think baby which is freaking horrible - the nipple completely collapses because there's no air vent. We had to puncture a hole in it to get it to work properly! I can't understand why they are so highly rated.

u/barkusbrody · 3 pointsr/daddit

No personal experience (yet), but these spoutless cups seem like a pretty decent bet.

u/sloanerose · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Can you try switching her to a straw sippy instead of a regular one? My son can't figure out a sippy cup for the life of him but he can drink out of a 360 cup, a straw sippy, a regular adult cup, and a water bottle. You can try giving her whole milk through one of those methods.

What foods do you give her? Maybe she just hasnt' found anything she likes yet?

u/PancakePolice · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

Leak proof is a necessity. My toddler tries his best to dump out whatever he can. That being said, when I first started transitioning him, he did not get it! Wouldn't go for a straw either. We ended up going with a NUK soft spout (as close to a bottle as you can get while still being a sippy)

Once he got the hang of that we switched him over to the munchkin 360. Love that cup. It's the least spillable cup I've found, and he likes it because it makes him feel like a big boy.

Definitely a yes on the handles too.

u/elektriktoad · 3 pointsr/daddit

That looks like the Munchkin 360 cups I have they're great, but my toddler just figured out how to get her thumb under the rubber lid and pour all the water out! Still a great cup, never leaks if it just gets left on its side.

u/noxdracoria · 3 pointsr/Parenting

I use enfamil a+ powder and I legit tried it because I was curious about what I was feeding my baby - it tastes like milk. Richer than regular milk even - and it smelled nice. I mixed up some simlac once and just smelled it and thought 'wow... I don't think that will taste good so never mind'. I haven't tried any other brands because I was so impressed with the enfamil powder.

I was cautious about it at first because the pre-mixed enfamil was gross, but it was what the nurses had to supplement my twins while they were in the NICU and I was trying to get my milk supply better.

Also - I do kinda agree that straws are not great - to my knowledge they are not as good for developing teeth and for the oral coordination for chewing and swallowing or drinking from a regular cup. However, if you don't want to get her drinking from a bottle (or she doesn't like it) maybe try the trainer style sippy cups - they are cup shaped like an adult cup but have a silicone insert in the lid that prevents spills and your baby just sucks on the edge of the cup to get liquid out. My heath nurse told me that its better for an infants developing teeth than a sippy cups with spouts or straws (also IMO straws just let a kiddo drink too much too quick and they get the idea to suck on EVERY STRAW so they will try to grab your drink to suck on the straw too...).

Anyway, the trainer cups are what my twins are learning to use - they are 6mos and just starting solids - and they are getting the idea pretty quick just like how to use a spoon. (I've been doing BLW and giving a variety of foods and textures not just puree as I want them to figure out feeding themselves and having those skills)

u/allez_hop · 3 pointsr/beyondthebump

We use the Munchkin 360 cup and love it. It does have a learning curve, however. Our LO choked on the fast flow a few times after getting the hang of sucking to get the water out. Just FYI!

u/ernieball · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

We use the Munchkin 360 cups and Contigo cups for water and Take and Toss for milk.

None of these have a chewy, durable nipple though. My son was EFF/bottle fed (Dr. Browns) so we did a few weeks of this transitional bottle before making the switch. But ultimately the 360 cups worked best from 6M-1 year and then the hard spout on the Contigo was just easier for him after his first birthday.

u/Oni_Kami · 2 pointsr/Surface
u/seahorse_lover · 2 pointsr/beyondthebump

I think for pacifiers, be thankful you wont have to take that away in the future.

As for bottles, I cant remember that far back (my son is 21 months) but I feel like he started to enjoyed straws. I know there are "transition bottles" that could maybe help?

Or this kind of "sippy" cup is my favorite cup (and we still use it now!!) is this one.

Hang in there! Your baby just loves you soooooo much and wants you by his side. :)

u/Hopeful0never · 1 pointr/littlespace

It’s a munchkins miracle, 360 drinking edge no spill training cup. I got them off amazon, their 7 ounces but really durable. Here the link for them

u/PotatoPrincess79 · 1 pointr/Parenting

We found these and they're awesome! If he can take sips from a regular cup he'll probably figure this out in no time.
They come with or without handles and comes apart easy for cleaning.

u/jvchilds · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

Any toy that's sorting, stacking, and able to carry and move from place to place (a basket and Easter eggs at the moment). Leapfrog makes a tea set that she loves (but you'll be singing the songs for days). Sidewalk chalk and the box it came in. 360 sippy cup. Sturdy Velcro shoes. Extra utensils and cute bibs to take to restaurants.

LeapFrog Musical Rainbow Tea Party

PUMA Baby Smash Glitz Glamm Velcro Kids Sneaker -my LO is currently wearing these out and they are easy off and on.

Munchkin Miracle 360 Trainer Cup, Green/Blue, 7 Ounce, 2 Count

u/fish1479 · 1 pointr/Parenting

Here is a link to a great training cup that worked well for my kids.

Like others have suggested, water in the bottle, if he wants something else, its in the cup.

u/ollieoliieoxenfree · 1 pointr/breakingmom

I too have a lazy 11 month old who refuses to hold cups. It's not the cup, it's the kid. I just decided one day to stop holding them for him (like 2 weeks ago). I would put it up to his lips, he'd start drinking and I'd just start tipping it back down and put it on his tray in front of him. It only took a few meal times before he realized I wasn't going to hold it and if he wanted a drink he had to do it himself. Now I just put it on his tray and he takes it from there. Now, if she's not drinking from them at all make sure it's not too hard to drink from. My son has some that you have to bite the spout in just the right way to get the liquid to come out, and he does not do well with those. I got one of those spoutless cups and he can't figure it out to save his life. I finally tried to take a drink from it and I couldn't get the liquid out either. Straws are also beyond him. Just a simple sippy with no fancy spill-free mechanism and don't give in to holding it for her! Good luck!

u/Anonosaurustext · 1 pointr/NewParents

We liked the 360 ones, but they taught him to bite on cup rims, so we phased those out.

Hands down, these work best for us. Easy to clean and no spilling or dripping at all. Not even when it gets thrown.

u/kat_loves_tea · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Have you tried these 360 cups? It's kind of awesome and way closer to the real cup concept. They can drink from any edge and the silicone molding still makes it spill proof.

u/Triplets_dad · 1 pointr/parentsofmultiples

That was the issue for us, weight gain, as they were born preemies (born @ 33 weeks). We had to prioritize getting them to eat food and gain weight, but that came at the expense of not learning to self feed. Will start with BLW efforts today, and try new type of sippie cups (I'm going to try the munchkin 360 cup and see how it goes). They both have 4 teeth (2 top, 2 bottom - prominent, and others are emerging). Thank you!