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It's widely known that it's important to let little ones learn to eat by themselves from an early age but often parents are unsure when is the right time to let babies learn to drink by themselves - we say start straight away!     You probably have a baby cutlery set, or set of soft spoons, that you've been using since you started weaning from 6 months. Whether you give them to

And did we mention Babycup First Cups are now biodegradable and recyclable?! That’s right, it’s been a busy few months for the Babycup team and we’re thrilled to be able to announce that our cups are now accredited by the Oral Health Foundation – the first open cup for babies and toddlers to receive this great accolade. What this means for parents is that this esteemed panel of oral health

Did you know that open cups are widely recommended by experts, including dentists, orthodontists and healthcare professionals, for babies and toddlers?  They are a great way to start your little one with healthy sipping habits for life. Our Babycup First Cups are made in Britain by a mum of three and have been designed to be perfectly-proportioned for little hands and mouths. That’s important because they are the right size

Water is essential for all bodily processes and it is important that your baby builds a healthy relationship with it, this is especially important once they stop having their usual milk feeds. It is common for parents to have questions about when to introduce water to their baby, how to give it, how much to give and what type of water to offer. We’ve asked Amie Lunn, aka The Mummy