Choosing Straws

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BornFree Straw Cup

Sip safely. Credit: BornFree


Lots of moms count on BornFree for baby products -- including bottles, pacifiers, teethers, and sippy cups -- that are free of BPA, pthalates, and PVC. Happily, this month the company introduces the 14-oz. Twist 'n Pop straw cup for toddlers. Same safe plastic, same air vent for comfortable drinking. Plus, its retractible spout prevents spills and keeps the silicone straw clean when not in use.

Available for $9 at toysrus.com.
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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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