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Nov 06

Product Review: Sippy Sure

I received the following item(s) for in exchange for a fair and honest review. Although I received the item for review, the opinions stated are 100% my own.

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I had the the great opportunity to review sippy sure. This is a parent must have product.

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I’m sure you are wondering what exactly a sippy sure is and why you need one. Let me tell you about this amazing product. All children get sick sooner or later. Giving your child medicine can become a full workout for the parent. The sippy sure takes care of that for you. It’s a regular sippy cup you use everyday. However it also has a medicine cup insert for when you need to give your child medication. The medicine does not get diluted in the cup. It is only mixed in with what your child is drinking, when they tip the cup to drink. That simple and that easy.

I wish I had one of these when my oldest was little. It was a 2 man tag team to get medicine into her. One to hold her down the other to get her to actually swallow it. This sippy cup would of been the answer to my problems.

Sippy Sure is made of high impact FDA food grade plastic. It is BPA free and dishwasher safe.  Place all components of your cup on the top rack of the dishwasher, or hand wash all components individually.

To use sippy sure as a regular sippy cup.

  • Clean and wash all cup parts prior to each use.
  • Always rinse the valves with water and check to make sure valves have not become stuck together before each use! If necessary use a toothpick to separate the valves if they have become stuck together. 
  • Unscrew and remove the medicine cup from the valve base.
  • Store the medicine bottle in a safe place.
  • Snap the valve base into the cup top with the green rings on the drink side.
  • The valve base only snaps into the cup top one way!
  • Fill the cup with a maximum of 8 ounces of the child’s favorite drink and screw on the cup top until it is tight.
  • Your child can now begin using and enjoying Sippy Sure®.

To use sippy sure for dispensing medication:

  • Clean and wash all cup parts prior to each use.
  • Always rinse the valves with water and check to make sure valves have not become stuck together before each use! If necessary use a toothpick to separate the valves if they have become stuck together. 
  • Unscrew and remove the medicine cup from the valve base.
  • Fill the medicine bottle with the prescribed amount of liquid medicine using the easy to read markings on the medicine bottle.
  • Snap the valve base into the cup top with the green rings on the drink side.
  • The valve base only snaps into the cup top one way!
  • Gently screw the medicine bottle into the valve base.
  • Fill the cup with a maximum of 8 ounces of the child’s favorite drink and screw on the cup top until it is tight.
  • Your child can now begin using Sippy Sure and taking their medicine as they drink.

The sippy sure retails $8.99. You can also enter below to win one of your own! 

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About the author

Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

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  1. Shannon Baas

    mixing it with food, treats.

  2. kim burnett

    my daughters pediatrician suggested mixing with Hershey’s syrup!

  3. Tamar

    I usually force it by opening the baby’s mouth….and it just feels bad

  4. Michelle F.

    I used to use the pacifier medicine dispensing one. Now I have to force her. Will be getting one of these myself if I don’t win.

  5. Jillian

    Hide it in applesauce.

  6. Natalie yeoman

    Hide it in their favorite food

  7. Victoria Carlson

    I don’t have kids but when I have babysat or nannyed and they needed to take medicine, I have tried persuading them with giving them a treat afterwards!

  8. Carol McDonald

    I have given her medicine by giving her a treat or a toy. I would love this for Ky. She is horrible to give medicine too.

  9. Heather B

    I am not above bribing them!

  10. Brittney House

    By promising a reward.

  11. Laurie Emerson

    I like to make orange juice smoothies or slushies and either put the medicine inside or promise them they can have one if they take all of their medicine!

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