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Talktools Honey Bear Drinking Cup with 2 Flexible Straws - Includes Instructions - Spill-proof Lid by TalkTools

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He won’t use any other types of sippy cups or straws, but keeps pulling the straw out of the Honey Bear cup. The Jaw Grading Bite Blocks promote symmetrical jaw strength, jaw stability, and jaw grading with weak jaw musculature evidenced during speech sound production or feeding. You can wash the cup and the straw in warm soapy water and use a bottle brush or a small brush to clean the inside of the straw. New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging . I just had to share for anyone who is also struggling to get LO to drink water/use a straw cup… after so long of failing trying other methods I finally purchased the honey bear straw cup and after a few short attempts LO is successfully sucking.

It's also an excellent way to transition babies straight from bottles to straw drinking - skipping sippy cups altogether! Some individuals (particularly those with heavy oral needs and aggressive biting/chewing) may be able to damage the tools in a very short space of time. If the item comes direct from a manufacturer, it may be delivered in non-retail packaging, such as a plain or unprinted box or plastic bag. Group Black's collective includes Essence Opens a new window, The Shade Room Opens a new window and Naturally Curly Opens a new window.Unless someone chews through or causes damage to anything else they chew on (chews through pencils, chews holes in shirts, etc. Use it outside at home or in school as a fun, simple activity promoting fine motor skills, speech development, hand-eye coordination,and imaginative play. You can also place the Tongue Tip flat on top of the tongue to provide input to a large surface area of the tongue (this tip has the largest "footprint" surface-area-wise).

I started thinking about it and realized he chokes every time he would drink, and he eventually just gave up because he was scared of choking again! I’ll probably end up using it for regular milk eventually because it’s so much easier to clean than his other cups! Be patient and let them learn at their own pace, and don’t force them to use the straw if they aren’t ready. All you have to do is gently squeeze the Honey Bear’s tummy to push the liquid up the flexible tubing into the child’s mouth. We tried several different methods but she does great with an open cup, so we’ve just been using that.

We respect everyone’s right to express their thoughts and opinions as long as they remain respectful of other community members, and meet What to Expect’s Terms of Use. Kit includes: 1 easy-to-squeeze Bear Bottle with a snap-close cap, 1 Select-Flow Valve, 2 tubing straws, and 1 yellow Lip Blok® (1. My baby is 6 months and I’ve been introducing an open cup, but I’m thinking a straw cup might be easier/less messy in the long run. If you're using thickened liquids, in general for most thickener brands: "nectar" consistency works fine. The soft Spoon Tip is flexible (still firm enough to hold food, but flexible enough to be gentle on the teeth if someone bites down on the spoon.

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