Baby Food Dispensing Spoon is Good to the Last Bite

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baby food dispensing spoon

Easy peasy lemon squeezy. Credit: Boon


Unless you're a circus performer, there's no easy way to juggle a baby, a spoon and a baby food jar with two hands.

If the thought of a trapeze gives you vertigo, you may want try the Squirt baby food dispensing spoon instead. This ingenious little contraption removes the jar from the equation, making life-on-the-go a little easier for you and your little one.

Fill the bulb with up to three ounces of baby food, attach it to the spoon end, and you're good to go. Just squeeze the bulb to dispense the right amount of food, and voilà -- you're a one-handed baby-feeding wonder!

Squirt comes with a protective cover to keep things tidy between feedings, and is dishwasher safe for easy clean-up.

Available at Boon for $7.99.

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Start by teaching him that it is safe to do so.
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