https://emmareed.net/2017/10/09/dcby1-campaign-why-getting-your-baby-to-the-dentist-is-vital/ A great article by Emma on the importance of Dental visits with little ones. Enter her competition to win our products!Continue reading »
http://www.nursery-online.com/newsview.php?id=12971#12971 Delighted to see us feature in October’s Nursery Today, highlighting the Dental Check by 1 campaign.Continue reading »
We are pleased to be supporting the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry’s ( BSPD) Dental Check by 1yr campiagn being launched today! Many Health Professionals will be supporting and educating parents of the benefits of taking little ones to the dentist by the age of 1 year old. The Dental Check by 1 Campaign suggestsContinue reading »
Delighted to announce that Doidy Cup has won a Junior Design Award 2017! Our iconic slanted cup has been recognised for its specially design features that make it easy to wean baby from breast or bottle to an open cup. Thanks Junior Magazine – we’re thrilled!Continue reading »
Thank you homesweethome_xo for your photo of happy little one with her Bickiepeg! Bickiepegs are great for out and about and perfect to fit in your changing bag for on the go teething relief. We love seeing these so keep them coming!Continue reading »
We’re all feeling hot hot hot! Whilst the sunshine is lovely it makes us wonder about when, how and how much water should we be offering our baby. Doidy Cups are perfect for supplementary liquid when still feeding or for using when introducing weaning. Read this brilliant article by Charlotte Stirling Reed consultant Child Nutritionist forContinue reading »
Lilac is our colour for June’s Cup of the Month. Think of juicy plums as finger foods, asparagus spears or broccoli florets. Whizz up a baby friendly smoothie of blueberries, blackberries and black grapes. Delicious!Continue reading »
A lovely story of how Doidy Cup helped Phoebe wean onto an open cup. Thank you for sharing.
We had begun the weaning process with Phoebe and were finding no success whatsoever in getting her to take a bottle. She is now 7 months and has been exclusively breastfed from birth.
We sought advice from experts and they told us to just persevere and also suggested we try other bottles. Despite lots of time and money invested Phoebe still point blank refused to take milk from any bottle.
As I am under pressure to return to work I was in despair.
One day I was having a discussion with my mum about it and she suggested teething might have been part of the problem. She said she had sworn by Bickiepegs when I was little and she would get Phoebe some.
When they arrived, I read the leaflet inside the box of Bickiepegs and saw the Doidy Cup. When I read up about them it made logical sense that they would be easier to wean a baby with and they were a tried and tested, more traditional way to try, so I purchased one from John Lewis.
We put a small amount of formula into it and lo and behold Phoebe drank from it like a natural. We’ve been building on this ever since and I messaged to ask for advice as it can get a little messy as far as dribbling milk is concerned. I was given some helpful tips via message and we are going to try them out.
Had I known about the Doidy Cup from the beginning I would not have spent all the time and money on the bottles. The cup is simple and easy to use. They definitely seem much easier for a breastfed baby to drink from and I will be recommending it to all my fellow breastfeeding mums. The added extra is that they remove the need to transition from bottle to cup later on. Thanks, Doidy Cup!
Turquoise is our chosen colour for Cup of the Month for May! Check out our ideas for fruit and vegetables to introduce this season on our Home page.Continue reading »
Great story from @BigBabyBelly regarding their experiences. https://bigbabybelly.com/ Happy to hear Doidy Cup was on hand and weaning went smoothly.Continue reading »