kmart's booster bundle



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:eek: I'm agreeing with OP on this one. My kids haven't used sippy cups since they were about two and a half. I know some people use them longer but no child young enough sippies should be in a booster :thumbsdown:


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We use sippy cups in the car, but I sure don't need any more than we already have. Seems like a mismatched pair to me.


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My kids use sippy cups well into elementary school. Sorry, call me crazy, but I hate spills and we are some clumsy people here. Its not that my 5 and 8 yo kids can't drink out of regular cups of course, but.. i prefer they use sippies/cups with lids/water bottles, etc as much as possible.


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My kids drink water only in the car (not often because they don't need to be sipping all day and I do not want to stop at gas stations every 20 minutes- esp when the gas station is 45 minutes away- yes, this is in my real, every day life) and therefore the rare spill is no big deal.


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I agree with Christine. Yikes!

My kids tote around water bottles a lot of days, but infantile prints or Disney characters on valved sippies? Not even my 4 year old would go for that.


CPST and ketchup snob
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My 9 year old just started not wanting a princess sippy when her sisters had one (they spill a lot) last year. Not that I'm saying that's what they're aiming at here.


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If I had to pick a seat to bundle with sippies it would be a MyRide. With a backless I'd find some adult sports bottles.


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Just bc I think it's friends mom made her use one of those Tupperware sippy cups into high school because she was afraid she would spill it. The mama was cray cray.

Anyway, mismatched pair for sure!


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I couldn't see it for some reason, but yeah, bad pairing. I ditch the valves of any cup early on. In the car, its mostly water bottles or sports cups, definitely something with a lid. I even use a sippy, its just called a travel mug when since it doesn't have princesses.


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It's confusing because the cars cups in the main picture, look like the valveless larger type made by first years that might be used when a bit older (although probably not 6-7-8 or beyond), but that baby cup that it looks like would actually get added to the cart, that's a complete mismatch.


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It is amusing that some of the cups you can pick likely won't even fit in the cup holder! My nanny girls are 2 and 3 and still use sippy cups (mostly straw ones). I've tried water bottles and so far they just squirt the water out...I'm fine with that outside but its not a game I really want to play in the car. We'll try again at some point.

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