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Step Away from the Sippy Cup

29 June

Melanie Potock, MA, CCC-SLP, explains why it’s best to step away from the Sippy Cup, or at the very least, limit it to only occasional use. Learn more at



Melanie Potock, international speaker, author & feeding specialist, knows how to help the pickiest of eaters. For a peek inside all 5 of Melanie’s book, visit or visit her website at In today’s video, Melanie dispells the myth that kids should go from breast or bottle feeding to a hard-spout sippy cup. Repeated sucking on a spout, just like the thumb or pacifier, can impact a child’s facial development, turning beautiful babies into not-so beautiful kids, who also may have trouble with speech and feeding development due to changes in facial musculature and bone structure.



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