Snug Suction Bowl With Feeding Spoon

 My little one is 5 months and he no longer exclusively breastfed.  We are now introducing him to fruit and veggies.  He had his first taste of mango's , sweet potatoes and green peas this week.  I used the snug Suction Bowl with a feeding spoon and he seemed to enjoy the experience.  The Snug bowl is a safe bowl for infants, it has no bisphenol A and is FDA approved, it also conforms to the European safety standard EN 14350 as well.

The bowl is equipped with a lid, spoon and rubber suction ring.  The suction ring is on the bottom of the bowl and can adhere to any smooth surfaces with the suction mechanism.  Just dampen the base of the suction ring with a little water.  It keeps the infant from knocking the bowl off of a high chair, table or other surface while the infant being fed.  This prevents a lot of mess.  To remove the bowl from the surface simply pull the tab on the decompression ring and it will release. 

The bowl has grip marks to keep it from slipping when you are holding it.  It also has  a lid that fits perfectly, so you don't have to waste any of the food that is left over.  The bowl is a easy to clean with warm water and soap, it is also dishwasher safe ( excluding the rubber ring).  My son and I both enjoyed our experience with the Snug Bowl.

If your are interested in getting a Snug Suction Bowl for yourself and your little bundle of love click here
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