This post is sponsored by Tommee Tippee.
We all have those “I wish I had invented that” moments, don’t we?
It’s usually because a product we discover is so undeniably useful and seemingly obvious that we bang our heads wishing we were the ones racking in the millions for thinking of it.
The newest addition to my Invention Wishlist is the No Knock cup from Tommee Tippee. No, seriously. Have you seen this thing in action?
If not, prepare to be amazed…
These cups HAVE to be the greatest parenting invention of the last decades. Here’s why I’m so obsessed with them:
#1: It’s been designed with toddlers in mind, gripping to any smooth surface.
#2: The CleverGrip™ technology resists accidental knocks to prevent mealtime spills.
#3: While the special base grips to any smooth surface, it also lifts up easily.
#4: It encourages open-cup drinking, but eliminates that nasty mess that has prevented you for transitioning up to big kid cups.
#5: It’s 300ml, which means you don’t have to keep refilling it like all those silly small baby cups.
Are you tracking?
Some brilliant human has invented a cup that doesn’t knock over but lifts straight up.
Let me break that down a bit further for you. It sticks to any smooth surface. Check. Then if you wack it with all your might it doesn’t knock over. Double-check. And for whatever brilliant, insane, impressive, magical reason that I can’t seem to understand, it lifts straight up.
Mind. Officially. Blown!!!
I could wax poetic about this cup for hours, but instead of boring you with the nitty-gritty details of my unhealthy obsession (like it’s BPA free and comes in adorable pastel colours) I’m just going to do you a massive favour and tell you that you can buy yours at Coles, Target or BIG W.
For a chance to WIN some of these little heroes and a $1000 Coles Voucher, enter the draw by subscribing to the Tommee Tippee database OR by posting a picture on Instagram of your child being messy at mealtime with the hashtag #StopTheSpill.
You’re welcome, Australia. You’re bloody welcome!
Until next time, stay crafty!
Credit: This video and amazing photos were taken by Ramone Minchero.