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We’ve reached a turning point in parenthood, a Win Win Moment really. The little man doesn’t want me to feed him anymore. He’s becoming very independent and wants to be in control of what he eats. Slowly I’m figuring out how to prevent my house from looking like the ultimate food fight took place under my roof. A few of my essentials for feeding baby solids t0 make this transition a success.
Munchkin Snack Catchers // These allow me to put our favorite snacks in a cup that he can access but at the same time not make a huge mess with. Ours are usually filled with Gerber Yogurt Drops (vanilla banana is our favorite) and Gerber Puffs.
Gerber Graduate Foods // This line of food is super easy for little ones to grasp as they are learning their pincher reflex. We love their cereal bars, fruit leathers, arrow cookies, the Puffs and Yogurt Drops are our favorites. Share your Win Win Moment to receive a great gift from Gerber too.
Baby Bjorn Soft Bib // We have a love hate relationship with this item. He hates it because he can’t pull it off, and I love it because, well he can’t pull it off. The scoop bottom catches all of the crumbs and fallen food that I would be scooping out of the high chair or off of his clothes.
Baby Bjorn Plate & Spoon // Clean up is so much easier and little man is learning that food belongs on a plate. Right now we just play with the spoon more than actually use it.
Splat Mat // After cleaning my floors 3 times in one day I decided that there had to be an easier way to contain all of the
fallen thrown food. This splat mat makes it easy to keep my floors clean, its easy to wipe down and if need be funnel chunks of food into the trash can.
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