baby spoons 

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If your food is organic, should your utensils be safe, too? Credit: Green Toys
It goes without saying that you want your tot using utensils made from healthy plastic: no BPA, no PVC, no phthalates. But here's an opportunity to go one step fu...

Oldie but Goodie: Gerber Engraved Spoons

Gerber has been offering engraved stainless steel feeding spoons since at least 1970. I know this only because I have one with my name on it! It's nice to see that after all this time and changes in baby feeding habits, the company still offers these...

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