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spuni feed your baby :: review

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When I first started feeding my son solids, I was amazed at how difficult it was for him to eat off of a spoon. It seemed like he was always leaving food on the back of the spoon or smearing it all over his face. Seeing he was struggling, I decided to try his spoon for myself and I was amazed at how deep the spoon was. If I was struggling with it, surely a 6 month old would too!

Spuni 2 logoSpuni has heard the cry of parents and has developed a wonderful spoon to help alleviate the stress of those first foods. Learning something new can be confusing enough for a small child, so what better way to teach a new development than with tools that encourage a natural reaction?

Spuni has a tulip design that naturally encourages babies to latch onto and suck food off of the spoon. The spoon is shallow so it offers children a manageable portion of food, and the curvature of the spoon keeps the food forward rather than being pushed backwards every time a child takes a bite. My son seems to really enjoy the design… I’ve never seen him “latch onto” a spoon before but he definitely does with Spuni. While he loves the shape, I love all the fun, bright colors Spuni offers!

All of the materials used to create Spuni are non-toxic. The creators of Spuni specifically chose not to use any latex or silicone to reduce the risk of infant material allergies, and the spoons are Phthalate, BPA, BPS and PVC free!

Teaching my child healthy eating habits is something I want to do as a mom. With Spuni, this task becomes easier and more enjoyable!

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  • June S.
    February 3, 2014 at 9:27 am

    (spuni feed your baby :: review) My daughter-in-law has three or four of these great spoons for my grandson. He really enjoys eating his baby food meal times too.

  • joanna garcia
    February 3, 2014 at 7:59 am

    love that it is not from latex and Phthalate, BPA, BPS and PVC free! Def going to get one of these for the new baby!