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Mother/Daughter: Review On Water Bottles For Kids

by The Next Family May 14, 2015

By Brandy Black

Review on water bottles for kids

I don’t know about you but I have been through so many water bottles, I lose the little straws in the dishwasher and then I can’t find them at the final hour as I’m racing out with the kids, water bottles leak, crack, stop working. Above all the ones I like are never the ones the kids want.  My daughter and I sat down and did a review of the ones we hate and the ones we love.  If you have any feedback for us, we’ll take it.

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