Review: Zoli Baby Eases The Challenges Of Everyday Parenting

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As your child moves from baby to toddler, there are many new things that he/she will experience – from learning to walk, to drinking from a cup, to using a spoon/fork, and even working through some teething pains among other things.

There are so many products out there for parents to choose from, how are we to decide?  Let me help you learn more about a great sippy cup and teething option for your babe.

I was recently introduced to Zoli Baby.  The company interested me because I am always on the look-out for companies that are committed to giving parents safe, worry-free solutions to real-life challenges.

The past couple of weeks I have been using the Zoli Baby BotXL Straw Sippy Cup and the Munch Silicone Teether with my 13-month old daughter.

Exclusive... Natalie Portman Takes Bejamin To a Rec CenterWhen I first introduced the BotXL Straw Sippy Cup to my little one, she immediately grabbed for it without hesitation.  The integrated handles with the flip lid made it easy for her to hold.  Once she had it she tried to take a sip out of the straw.  It was amusing to me because she often tries to drink out of my straw when my beverage warrants a straw, but is still working on figuring out how to suck hard enough to get any liquids out.

One of the features I like about the Sippy Cup is when my daughter tips the cup to imitate a bottle and the weighted ball at the end of the straw moves all around the bottom of the BotXL.  The flexible, innovative straw allows it to move freely in any direction the cup is tilted to ensure that babies and toddlers will be able to drink to the last drop.    Great invention!

As an added bonus, the 9 oz. sippy cup is BPA & Phthalate free.

Some celebrity fans of the BotXL include Natalie Portman, Pink, Molly Sims, Tori Spelling, and Hilary Duff.

The other Zoli Baby product that we have been using is the Munch Silicone Teether.  In the past month or so my babe has been working on sprouting out some of her back teeth.  The Munch has come in very handy.

ZoLi MunchWe have been lucky because she popped out eight teeth within her first eight months of life with really no issues and barely any drool.  With her back teeth it seems as though she’s a little saliva-making factory with drool coming out of her mouth non-stop.

When I see the drool coming, I give my daughter the Munch and just like the BotXL, she grabs for it right away and starts chomping on it.

For me I like the fact that the Munch is a natural choice for my teething baby because it is made of 100% food grade silicone and free of dyes.  I appreciate the shape of the Clover Teether because my daughter can manoeuver it to massage the gums in the back of her mouth.

The Munch comes in three different styles and is BPA, Phthalate, PVC, Nitrosamine, and Latex free.

I am impressed with the two Zoli Baby items that we have used and look forward to using more of the Zoli Baby line with baby #2.

ZoLi products are available online at www.ZoliBaby.com and retailers nationwide.

About Zoli Baby:
Children’s health is ZoLi Baby’s number one priority. Through a dedication to environmentally friendly manufacturing, they provide parents with premium products made from the safest and best possible materials, ensuring a healthier future for babies everywhere.

ZoLi Baby’s products blend substance, sustainability, and style for a modern design that both reflects and enhances its utility. The company creates products to make parents’ lives easier while growing a greener future for our children.

Follow Zoli Baby on:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/zolibaby
Twitter: @zolibaby

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