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Top tips and advice for introducing an open cup to your baby or toddler including those with feeding challenges such as tongue tie or to support breast-feeding. Hear from weaning experts and download our free open cup sipping guide for parents.
Transitioning from a bottle to an open cup can be hard for your baby as they come to terms with a new routine and new way of doing things. For parents too, it can be hard to see your little […]
We’re all about caring for baby’s teeth here at Babycup, after all that’s the reason why our little open cups came to exist, perfectly proportioned cups that promote good oral health development. Now Oral Health Foundation accredited! And we’re well […]
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 […]
A healthy smile starts early on National Smile Month is taking place at the moment and runs until the 17th June. It is a big awareness campaign from the Oral Health Foundation to get us all looking after our teeth […]
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 […]
Weaning specialist Charlotte Stirling-Reed aka ‘SR Nutrition’, expert contributor to Joe Wick’s ‘Wean in 15’book, writes for us exclusively about the importance of keeping little ones hydrated. In this blog, Charlotte answers common questions related to hydration including how...
When did you first become interested in oral health and baby teeth? And why?
I initially chose to study Dentistry after having orthodontic treatment in my teens – it appealed to me as a caring, patient-centred profession. I thought my job would be all about fixing teeth (which I...