• | By: ChooMee
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  • I was provided a sample of the ChooMee Sip’n Soft Top. The opinions expressed are my own.
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ChooMee Sipn Food Pouch Toppers | 2 CT | Orange Aqua | Prevent spills and Protect childs mouth while Promoting feeding independence

$6.99

ChooMee's Sip'n soft top is the first and only pouch top providing flow control and cap. This silky smooth chewy sipping valve finally gives baby control over the flow rate of their food. Attach it to your pouch and no longer worry about messy spills and pureed explosions. Better yet, teething babies can happily chew their pouch spout with comfort. This innovative multifunctional design allows you to maximize your pouch performance!

Choomee Sip'n™ | The Perfect Snack Pouch Solution Booth 231 The one and only Choomee Sip'n is an innovative, chewy, silicone solution compatible with the majority of food pouches. It's multifunctional design allows you to maximize your pouch performance with control flow valve, air-tight cap and convenient strap.

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In the end, against our inclination, we decided to do away with purchasing express passes. It turned out to be a really good lesson for Liam on delayed gratification. He was so careful in choosing which rides to line up for, that those with a wait time of 30 minutes and above, he made a mental note to check on their wait time from time to time. Those with a wait time of 25 minutes and below, he patiently waited in line without complains. Just when we thought we couldn’t be more pleased with this unexpectedly good outcome, he even suggested that each time he comes (to USS), he would focus on going for that one ride he really wants first. To my surprise, the husband also told the boy that he’ll take leave off work over the next few months to take the family to USS during off-peak timing, so that it’d be less crowded and we wouldn’t have to wait too long for rides. The boys left me gobsmacked with their outpouring of self-initiatives, I felt like a brat for even considering buying express passes to surprise them with.