We’re all familiar with that moment when you hand your child a juice box only to watch them squeeze it all over before the straw even hits their mouth. Poor things, it’s not their fault. Hold pressure to the wrong spot and that thing is bound to spew all over the place!

mydrinky-adjustable-drinkbox-holderThe MyDrinky adjustable juice box holder is one way to prevent that little mishap. It’s a clever little product by InchBug. InchBug is a company founded in 2004 by parents just like the rest of us who just wish for life to be a little simpler. For example, they’re also responsible for products like The Original Orbit Label, and Inchbug Adhesive Labels that make it easy to personalize and label sippy cups, food containers, backpacks, and all other sorts of things our kids use on a regular basis.

Promote Independence without the Mess with MyDrinky

*I received a MyDrinky in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.


The MyDrinky adjustable juice box holder is simple two-piece design. All you need to do is take your juice box and set it into the bottom base. Slide the top piece over the top until you hear a little ‘click’ so you know the juice box is secure. Add the straw and you’re little one is all set. The handles on the side and solid construction keep the juice box from being squeezed. It also creates a sturdy base so you don’t have to worry the drink falling over.


These really are a foolproof product that give you one less mess to clean up. We’ve used the MyDrinky with a few different sized boxes and even a drink pouch and it still did its job no problem. The design comes in 5 different color combinations and features a cute little mouse-like face over the front. It is also BPA-free and made in the USA. While the pieces stay pretty clean, I can’t make any promises when it comes to a 2-year-old. It’s nice to be able to just toss this it into the dishwasher as needed.

Go to www.inchbug.com to purchase a MyDrinky for your child or gift one to a friend for $9.95. You can also learn more about InchBug products and find special offers by visiting them on Facebook and Twitter.

How do you help your little ones feel more independent while still containing messes? Share in the comments!