Baby Dipper Bowl Review and Giveaway! CLOSED!!


I recently saw this bowl being reviewed on my sister’s blog What Mama Wants.. I had to have one! So I contacted the designer/owner of this company and asked if I could please review one! Barbara was more then happy to send me one! I LOVE this bowl and I really wish I had had one for all my kids when they were little babies learning to eat! The bottom has a non skid base so it doesn’t slide around, and the bowl itself it triangular shaped with a slop going into one corner. As you can see in the picture above with the peas, the food goes down that little slope, and the corner fits the fork and spoon that come with the bowl perfectly! This allows toddlers learning to self feed to get every last scrap of applesauce out easily! And mom’s with only two arms when they need four to easily feed a baby with one hand! The spoon and fork are just perfect for little pudgy fingers to use!

Here is the bowl set that I got:

Mealtime around here is a crazy hectic time, and so I wasn’t able to get any pictures of Putter’s using her bowl. Sorry. But I can say that she can feed herself an entire meal without the bowl sliding off the table onto the floor, which is always nice when she is eating cereal or oatmeal! She can hold and use the spoon and fork very easily and I love that they are soft, so she can’t hurt herself, or anyone else for that matter, with them! I would recommend this set to any mom or dad with babies learning to eat or self feed! This bowl set is BPA, lead and phthalate free, which is very important now days!

I only wish they came in a larger size for older babies. Other then that, there is nothing about this bowl set that I do not love!

You can buy a Baby Dipper Bowl for your little one, or a friends, here at Barbara’s website. These would make really great baby shower gifts!


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About misadventuresofafamilyof8

I am a SAHM of 6 kids, and I homeschool, cloth diaper, wear my toddler, used to breastfeed, cook from scratch, not so crunchy mama. Hubs is a chef, and loves to cook. We go to church when we can, and I love to learn new things about how to be a better wife and mother.

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