I'd like to know what spoons and other feeding bowls, etc people have found that they love (or hate). Also, has anyone started making their own food yet? I've been looking at a variety of baby food makers, but I'm not sure if it's worth it yet. I think the ones that steam AND puree look pretty nice.
Look for the most shallow spoons you can find. I am not sure of the brand but DD likes these certain ones that are rubber (I think we got them at Babies R Us). They are the most shallow and she can get the most food out of them. I was also looking into making my own food and have been looking into the Baby Brezza. I think in the end it will be worth it because baby food can be expensive. If I get one I will def. let you know what I think of it.
DS does really well with Nuby spoons...the way they are shaped leaves less mess when feeding. They come in packs of 3's.
I use the Magic Bullet to puree all of my son's foods and it's ok. I don't mind it. Then I use ice cube trays with lids to freeze it.
The baby bullet looked cute but the Magic Bullet is cheaper and just as well.
I already owned the Magic Bullet got it about 4 years ago for smoothies. So BF says I can't get the baby bullet. I think it's a little high priced anyways. I also own a food processor and Ninja Kitchen assistant. I use the magic bullet and ice cube trays when I make baby food. Sometimes I will use the full size food processor if it's a larger batch.
If you don't all ready have a food processor or blender that works good then investing in a Baby Brezza or any of the all in one systems would be worth it.
You will have to let us know if you get one and how it works.
I use the first years take and toss spoons. They weren't very expensive and DD seems to like them. I love the munckin suction cup bowls. It's a three pack with 3 different sizes. When I first started feeding her I used portion cups I already had fit about 1/2 a jar in them with a little rice cereal.
I also have the spoons with plastic tips that change color if food is to hot that I like.
DD really likes the NUBY sippy cup. I have the tommee tippee also and she doesn't like it. She prefers water over juice in the cup.
I'm still searching for a good bib. All the ones I have aren't wide enough to cover her shoulders so when she turns her head she still gets food on her shoulders. I think I'm going to be making some kitchen towel bibs.
And one with sleeves too...
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