Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Silisipper Glass Tumblers

My bigger girls use glass cups at home, but Esther hasn't quite managed drinking from an open cup yet.    I was happy to discover the Silisipper that would allow her to use a glass cup too!

Esther was thrilled to have her own special cups to try out!  We received both the Picardie and Gigogne tumblers with lids to review.

We've been using them for a couple of weeks now.  Sometimes Esther ends up splashing water on herself.  I think it is because she tips the cup up before her mouth is on the hole.  Sillisippers do not have a valve or spout.  I'm actually fine with the small spills, because it is teaching her how to use a real cup.  These are very easy to clean and assemble.

I prefer the Picardie tumbler because it is narrower around and easier to grasp.  Silisippers are made of food grade silicone and extra durable glass.  There are four fun colors available to choose from.  You can also purchase glass bowls and plates to match.  The cups can even be used without the lids when the kids are older. 

We give Silisippers two thumbs up!

We received Silisipper tumblers for review.  All opinions are my own.


  1. Off-topic question … Is Esther's bib handmade? It looks like a towel with sleeves and seems very smart! Appreciate knowing what it is or where you got it. Thanks! :)

    1. Yes, my mother in law gave me one that my husband had when he was little. I copied it and made two more. Its a kitchen towel with the top folded over to make the sleeve (just tack the corners). The bottom is folded up to be a pocket. You cut a neck hole and put the string on. :) Let me know if that doesn't make sense.

    2. Thanks - I'm going to make one asap!