"For one-year-old Jake, life in a high chair was all fun and games. He’d throw his sippy cup as far as his little arm could, and Mom, Sari Davidson, would quickly retrieve it, putting it right back where it belonged — within her son’s reach.
“It didn’t take him very long,” Sari laughed, “to figure out that every time he dropped it, I was going to pick it up — not just in the kitchen, but everywhere we went. So it became a game. And this kid had an arm. He was like a baseball pitcher!”
So Sari set out to find a solution — one that would keep that sippy cup in a retrievable distance. But not just for herself. The young Mom had grown up surrounded by entrepreneurs and she was determined to help parents around the world."