I purchased the Lollaland Lollcacup from Amazon.com on
November 18, 2013.  There were several
reasons I purchased this sippy cup, and they are as follows:

1. Mini me drinks [strawberry] milk only in a sippy cup, but, we were running out of the cups she normally uses.

2. My mom saw the Lollaland Lollacup on Sharktank, and suggested it.

Description
The Lollaland Lollacup is specially designed with a narrow,
weighted straw making it easier for small children to sip their favorite
beverage at any angle.  The cup has removable
handles or “wings” that allow children to easily grip and hold the cup.  It’s also easy to clean since there are no
small parts or valves.  Included with the
purchase of the Lollacup, is a small cleaning brush that sort of reminds me of
a small mascara wand (or spoolie) with a flexible handle.  
The Lollacup contains no BPA, phthalates, lead, PVC,
nitrosamines, melamine, or biologically toxic chemicals.  All parts are manufactured, assembled, and
packaged in the USA.
My Thoughts
After looking up reviews and posting the cup on Instagram (follow me Beautyandthebump)– just
so I can get some feedback in real-time- I purchased the Lollaland Lollacup.  I even let mini me choose the color of the
Lollacup she wanted, and she chose black. 
Plus, she even seemed a little excited. 
Great, right? Wrong! The Lollaland Lollacup was a complete fail!
The Lollacup arrived a few days later, and guess what? She
hated it!  When I came home from work my
mom said “Girl, she took that cup apart. She wouldn’t even drink from it.”  I tried giving her milk in the Lollacup
several times after, and she still refused to drink from it.  Maybe it was the texture of the straw?  I don’t even know, and try getting an
explanation from a then 2 ½ year old.
After a few days, the cup and its accessories: the weighted
straw, the cute little bird head cap, and the removable handle “wings” became
toys.  Play-doh (her favorite thing in
the world at this moment), along with modeling clay were stuffed in every orifice
of that LollaLand Lollacup.  Right
now,  I don’t even know where that darn
cup even is.
Don’t get me wrong, I love the idea behind the cup, but it
just did not work for mini me.   I believe the narrow straw is what turned her
off; she wasn’t able to get as much milk as she’s used to getting from her
regular sippy cup.  Not even one month
after purchasing the Lollaland Lollacup, I wound up purchasing the The First Years Spill-Proof Cups, Take and Toss
Me & mini Me enjoying her milk in her  The First Years Spill-Proof Cups, Take and Toss
The The First Years Spill-Proof Cups, Take and Toss are the
cups I was using previously, and what’s best is the price.  You get eight 10 oz cups for $7.99 (or less) while the
Lollaland Lollacup cost me $14.57 for ONE cup! 
Plus, these cups are BPA-free, dishwasher safe, and comes with a spill-proof
cover for when you’re traveling.
I think that the Lollaland Lollacup is a great cup for children
who are just learning to drink out of straws and sippy cups, as well as
learning to hold a cup on his/her own.  The Lollacup is available in a variety of
colors:  Black, Red, Green, Orange, Pink
and Blue.

Have you tried the Lollaland Lollacup?
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Kim is the do-it-all mom (and wife) who not only works full-time and is a freelance makeup artist, but also blogs about her love of family, travel, beauty and skincare. Now that she has a kindergartener, Kim has added Class Parent to her resume. These are all tough jobs, but somehow, she makes them look easy.