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Lollacup
$16.99 at Babies R Us

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$16.99 at Babies R Us

Lollacup is an innovative and stylish straw sippy cup that makes a great starter cup for infants and toddlers. The valvefree, weig...hted straw allows children as young as 9monthsold to easily and effectively drink from the straw, even when the cup is tilted. The handles make the cup easy for small hands to hold, but they detach easily so you can put your Lollacup in a cupholder. The cup holds up to 10 ounces of liquid, is easy to clean, and comes with a strawcleaning brush for added convenience. Read More

Lollacup
$16.99 at Babies R Us

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$15.95 $16.00 at Walmart.com

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$15.99 $16.00 at Walmart.com

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$15.95 $16.00 at Walmart.com

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$15.49 at Diapers.com

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$15.49 at Diapers.com

Chickens are mostly raised for food, but they can also be quite decorative. The feather-footed Cochin and Silkie chickens are bred... for ornamental purposes, the Japanese Phoenix chicken has an extraordinary long, fanned-out tail, and Polish chickens have wonderful Albert Einstein-esque mops of feathers on their heads. And then there's the Lollacup chicken, which is both decorative AND useful: this rooster-faced cup for kids is as cute as can be, and is a wonderful first cup for your baby! Kids as young as 9 months can learn to sip from a Lollacup Straw Cup , and they love drinking water, juice, and milk with their little birdie friend. The Lollacup Straw Cup is designed to make it easy for small children to sip: the straw is narrow, so kids aren't overwhelmed by the amount of liquid that comes through, and the straw is also cleverly weighted at the end so it follows the liquid as your child tilts the cup. Read More

Lollacup
$15.49 at Diapers.com

Lollacup Infant & Toddler Straw Cup - Pink Lollacup is an innovative and stylish straw sippy cup that makes a great starter cup fo...r infants and toddlers. The valve-free, weighted straw allows children as young as 9-month-old to easily and effectively drink from the straw, even when the cup is tilted. The handles make the cup easy for small hands to hold, but they detach easily so you can put your Lollacup in a cup-holder. The cup is dishwasher-safe, easy to clean, and comes with a straw-cleaning brush for added convenience.Features: Proudly made in the USA BPA-free and phthalate-free Dishwasher safe Read More

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