Love using it for my toddler. I wish its a bit taller for my other kid to use too.
Best snack cup I’ve used
I wish I found these 3 years ago. I love it because it’s soft, collapsible and easy to wash! They protect snacks from crushing as well! The lid isn’t loose but it’s not super tight, but it doesn’t bother me because I only use it to cover the cup when I put in in the baby bag and it hasn’t fallen off in the bag yet.
My first child always had trouble with OTHER plastic snack cups and had a hard time putting her hand in and taking the snack out of the cups. There were also too many parts because you have to unscrew the entire lid to put the snack in. And my kid can never open the lid in the beginning, so it was the most annoying thing if she shut it and is in the back of the car. And dangerous while driving. Oh! And other plastic cups are in the weirdest shapes! You think it’s cute when you purchase it, but they are difficult to wash and you don’t want cups you can’t clean easily, especially for babies. They also take up a ton of space in the baby bag.
Never have problem with the ones from Roo & You, and so I highly recommend it! Love love love that they are collapsible so I bring them out just in case sometimes. If I buy a messy snack that will crush, I just pop them into the cup and no mess in the car. It also helps so even if she drops the cup, the food doesn’t go everywhere into the crevices.
Also almost forgot! I like the handle! It’s easy for my 3+ year old to walk and snack. Don’t ask me why, she loves walking and eating. And this handle is great! Other handles…
Perfect for little hands
I bought this for my almost 2 year old. I was pretty sure he was going to squeeze too tight and everything would come up the straw or the top would pop off because my toddler is so rough. It does not he is able to hold onto it well without mess. That said it does not survive being dropped, and the volume it holds is a bit less than I imagined. Both the cup and straw are very easy to clean. I think it would be perfect for a younger child or one that doesn't throw their dishes.