One of the most fun things we have been enjoying as the babies grow is helping them learn to eat and drink like big kids! We were very excited to partner with Evenflo Feeding to try their Tilty Tripleflo sippy as we have been struggling a bit to find a cup that the babies are willing to drink from. Bottles, no problem, but cups seem to be too much work for them to be interested.
These cups hit all the important marks before we even got started. They are BPA free, dishwasher safe, and of course, adorable.
The Tily Tripleflo cups are offered with and without the training handles, as we are still mastering holding cups, the handles were perfect for the twin’s little hands.
The Tilty cups are a unique cup because they don’t require baby to tilt their head back to bring the liquid to the spout because of the cup’s innovative slanted interior. The tilt, pictured here does reduce the amount of liquid you can put into the cup, but right now that isn’t a big deal for us, as the babies don’t really drink that much water. With it’s secure snap on lid, and non removable handles these cups are a breeze to snap together and give to the babies.
One of the things I love the most about the Tilty cup is that you can adjust the flow of liquid using the unique insert. The insert gives you 3 flow options, and a fully solid option for travel. To use, place the desired flow piece into the spout, and the piece directly across from it, into the built in stabilizer. This means the cups can grow with the babies, rather than us having to purchase more as they grow. I started the babies on the lowest flo, but I actually find they do better with the higher flow, as they are still learning how to use the cups, and were getting frustrated with the low flow.
I found these cups to be one of the most spill proof we have tried! Because the flow of liquid is controlled by the silicone insert in the lid, rather than by the spout itself, banging the cup on the floor doesn’t cause water to go flying! The lids don’t leak around the edges, even when the cups spend considerable time upside down, or on their sides.
Disclaimer: We were sent these cups in exchange for our review. All thoughts are entirely our own.