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Melanie Potock

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Why you may want to skip the sippy cup for your baby.' 

MA, CCC-SLP & Author

Being a parent is probably one of the most fulfilling things that any of us will ever experience, a role that can bring us unbelievable joy and a happiness that is almost impossible to explain. However, that being said, parenthood doesn't come without its challenges, times when we can be tested and others, when we can feel overwhelmed and even alone.


I certainly don't have all the answers, for we are, like you on a journey, learning new things almost every day! and, as we overcome one hurdle, we are almost certain to find another one waiting in the wings, so, we decided to put together what we hope will be some valuable help and advice from people and organisations that have experienced much of what we, as parents, may have to face and we welcome your input, ideas or indeed advice. 

Thank you 


Read about beakers and cups for babies and looking after your baby's teeth. 

If you are struggling or need a helping hand, get in touch

Read about the first solid foods that are good for your baby.


The transition to weaning may be easier if you first introduce your baby to a cup instead of a bottle. Breastfed babies easily learn to drink from a cup as early as six months of age...” 

—  Medical Health Journal, Weaning Your Child

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