For the Baby Born With a Plastic Spoon in Her Mouth

  • Ok so for my money, what’s key in infant spoons is a long handle and a soft spoon. At least while you’re still feeding them. Once they are feeding themselves, all bets are off and spoons are optional as far as I can tell. Check out the Soft-Tip Infant Spoons by Munchkin.  And here’s Zrec’s lowdown on Munchkin and BPA. They give Munchkin only a “fair” rating overall. I’d go elsewhere for bottles. But the spoons are free and clear as are some of the sippy cups.
  • For a non-plastic feeding spoon option, I am really digging this Bamboo Spoon and Fork Set from Bambu.  No nasty chemicals or plastics here!  Hey, I’m proud to say my baby was born with a renewable wood feeding spoon in her mouth!


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    Mandy Rowland said,

    February 29, 2012 @ 8:01 pm

    I found this Learn and Turn spoon that is angled and you can change the angle so it’s easier for the baby to actually get the food in their mouths. It seems to work best once I graduated my son from the Munchkin spoon you mention (which is great) and can eventually go straight to be a regular spoon (or fork since it has an attachment.) See

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