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I would like to find some glass bottles to put my water in when I am out and about. Any suggestions? U have been reusing sparkling water bottles but the tin lids don't last very long. Also I need a reusable travel mug for hot drinks. The usual platic reusable ones ( you get a gas stations etc.)always leak between the outer and inner layer and get all nasty so I stopped using them AND I don't want to use plastic.<br>
Also my dd will not take a bottle( I have glass ones) so I am hoping to get her to take a sippy cup instead ASAP. She is five months so I know it will be a bit. Is there an alternative to plastic that is not too heavy? I have read about metal ones-is there any chance they are leaching something ( ie like the stuff in canned foods) I am just getting so overwhelmed with all of the hazards out there. Thanks mamas
 

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kleen-kanteen<br><br>
Stainless steel...no leeching, also it can be used with an Advent sippy spout...The ONLY kind of sippy my DD will take...easy transitioning from breast to sippy cup (part time anyhow <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol">)
 

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i use klean kanteen too. i have the 40oz bottle for me, and im planning on getting the sippy's when babe to be is old enough, lol
 

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I have KK sippies but WISH Id known about these sooner - a TRUE stainless sippy, even insulated!!!<br><a href="http://www.thermos.com/product_catalog.aspx?CatCode=Foog&SubcategoryID=43" target="_blank">http://www.thermos.com/product_catal...bcategoryID=43</a><br><br>
They also have a straw cup/thermos available at Target <a href="http://www.thermos.com/Product_detail.aspx?CatCode=SCHO&SubcategoryID=32&ProductID=304" target="_blank">http://www.thermos.com/Product_detai...&ProductID=304</a>
 

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For water bottles, I buy iced tea (Honest Tea or Tazo) in individual servings, and then wash out the bottles and use them for water.
 
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