Say Goodbye To Soaked Clothes & Floors With SippyNipple

As a mom, one thing that I constantly ask myself is how to keep my kids from spilling liquids all over the place. This is mostly true for my son. Yes, we’ve tried those leak-proof sippy cups and they’re a lifesaver. However, because he thinks he’s such a “big boy” now, he won’t drink on closed sippy cups anymore (especially when he sees his older sister doing it so gracefully well). And when we’re out, I don’t know what’s up with these water bottles but somehow they look like a magical drinking instrument for him; because he always ignores his favorite sippy cup whenever he sees one and would only want to drink from a water bottle. That’s how he would always end up with soaked clothes, and us with soaked floors. And I’m talking about everywhere – in the dining room, on the couch, in the car, and most especially, when we’re out and about. Today, I’m sharing how SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout totally changed the game for me.

About SippyNipple

toddler boy looking at his SippyNipple toddler teething spout

SippyNipple baby formula nipples and toddler teething spouts were invented by a physician, and approved by pediatricians. They are leak-proof, 100% BPA-free, and dishwasher safe. You can read more about them here.

How To Use SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout

The SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout is very easy to use! All you have to do is to insert the teething spout in either the purple or green ring; and then put it in place of the water bottle cap. You’ll know you’ve put it in securely because it will lock itself in the water bottle.

Why We Love Our SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout

Have you ever had those days when you’re in a rush to go somewhere with your kids but the sippy cups still need to be washed and dried? I always do! I never leave the house without my kids’ snacks and water, and our SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout simply makes life easier for me. All I have to do is pack the teething spouts in their bags and just get the kids their water bottle from wherever it is we’re going. And when it’s time for snack, I just snap the teething spouts on to their water bottle, and that’s it! I no longer have to let the kids who are so looking forward to get out of the house wait for me to do what I have to do; less tantrums, more Mommy wins!

toddler boy drinking from his water bottle and his SippyNipple toddler teething spout

mommy and son, son drinking on his water bottle using his SippyNipple toddler teething spout

I really wish I can say that we have had less spills after using SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout, but I can’t. My son still drinks from his sippy cup uncovered from time to time (when he forgets about his water bottle) and that’s how we end up with soaked floors. But, he is so attached to his water bottle since using his SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout, like he’ll literally keep on drinking from it as he plays and can finish half of the 20 fl. oz. of water in a couple of hours. Another Mommy win for me!

toddlers drinking from their water bottles with their SippyNipple toddler teething spout

I would have loved for the SippyNipple Toddler Teething Spout to come with a cap. Although it’s washable, I just needed that extra assurance that it’s clean before my son uses it especially when we’re traveling. The spout doesn’t leak at all when the water bottle is sideways; but it does a little when the bottle is turned upside down. But it still does a great job of preventing soaked clothes and floor that it won’t keep me from using it. Other than those, I wouldn’t change a thing. It’s such a cool “gadget” to have as a mom that even my almost 4-year-old daughter is obsessed with it. My kids use it most of the time even when we’re at home. And that really helps to get them to drink more water!

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toddler drinking from his water bottle with his SippyNipple toddler teething spout with a text Say goodbye to soaked floors and soaked clothes

This post is published in collaboration with SippyNipple. As always, thoughts and opinions are 100% honest and my own.

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27 Comments

  1. March 20, 2018 / 7:53 PM

    This is so genius – wish they had been around when my kids were little!

    • March 22, 2018 / 1:36 PM

      I feel you momma! I feel the same way about all these cool gadgets for babies!

  2. March 20, 2018 / 8:06 PM

    Really practical. Would have been a sanity saver when my kids were younger!

  3. March 21, 2018 / 7:41 AM

    What a neat invention- definitely gonna have to have this when I have kids one day!

    xo, Kristina

  4. Paula @ I'm Busy Being Awesome
    March 21, 2018 / 10:52 AM

    This looks like such an handy tool to prevent water explosion, great review 🙂

  5. Lolah ChristSoldiergirl Akingb
    March 21, 2018 / 3:51 PM

    Wow I love this!! My daughter lives to use the actual bottles for water instead of here. She is good if the bottle is half way done but when it’s full she should it. I’ll look into this so we can have a happy middle!!!

    • March 22, 2018 / 1:38 PM

      Oh my gosh! I feel you, it really is hard if the bottle is still full. It always ends up with a disaster!

  6. Ruthie Ridley
    March 21, 2018 / 5:06 PM

    This is awesome!! My 6 year old J could use one!!

  7. Denisha Mathews
    March 21, 2018 / 6:57 PM

    I’ve got to invest in a few of these for my 4 year old! She’s over the sippy cup stage, but spills water fromba regular cup.

  8. KJ
    March 21, 2018 / 5:02 PM

    This is such a cool product! My son is super independent and we could definitely use this.

  9. March 21, 2018 / 10:41 PM

    Love this…wish they had this when mine were younger. Brilliant!

  10. Melissa James
    March 22, 2018 / 12:50 AM

    What a great idea! My kids would love this!!!

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