I absolutely love this thing. It's so easy to scoop a bit of food off my plate and smush it up for baby, then feed him right out of the bowl. Great design, easy to clean, easy to use, inexpensive. It's small, so you can toss it in a bag for travel. You don't have to make a huge batch of babyfood, just give him a little of what you're having so he always has something fresh.
I love it and like many other reviews I did find it hard to open the blender at first when I opened it and was learning how to use it but after you steam something in it it comes off very easy. It doesn't take long to cook\/steam the food. I tried to steam food that wasn't on the list in the instructions and used way to much water but I figured next time I would just use less water.\n\nMy baby girl loves to eat food and has fun with it. I used it for apples, pears, carrots and cantaloupe. She doesn't like carrots so I just don't give her those anymore.\n\nI was thinking about getting the Baby Bullet because a friend of mine has one but I looked around and saw that this one steams and blends and is perfect it was a bit more money than the baby bullet but worth the price.\n\nIf you're looking to get a baby food maker then this is the one to get. Also, I'm not sure how long they're doing this but if you go to www.nukfreshfoods.com you can enter in your email address and get a coupon for $20 off the blender and $1 off any of the other products.\n\nWorth the price and does a great job at steaming and blending the food.
I ordered it two weeks ago and never received it. I go to the site and there is no number to call, I'm suppose to go through several steps then e mail someone. Out of several items I ordered they were all shipped in different ways, no consistency. It was a gift for my granddaughter and I'm very disappointed.
We were sick of leaky bottles so we bought this for our daughter and she loved it! As with every sippy cup there is a little sheet of paper inside explaining the care for the cup. It says the top (or nipple) will need to be replaced after a few months, true!! Hers leaks now but we've had it for about 5 months (she's 15 months). They leak now which is fine, we're picking out a new one today. But if your child is having trouble transitioning from a bottle to a sippy cup I would recommend this one!!
I actually really like this product it makes the transition from bottle to cup easier. I wish the nipples stayed cleaner longer (as far as washing repeatedly and it not coming clean after so many washes) and I also wish you could find the replacement nipples in the stores as well
My twin boys were born premature, so I had a difficult time finding a sippy cup that had a slower flow. So a friend recommended these and they are wonderful. My boys don't choke when they drink out of these and they are light weight not heavy like other cups can be. The lid is really nice also to protect the top from getting dirty when on the go.
On the advice of the Occupational Therapist at our preschool we purchased the Gerber Graduate Kiddy Cutlery. So far we have been very happy with it. The spoons and forks fit out students' small hands very well. The bowls on the spoons are large enough to catch cereal but not too big for their mouths. the forks can \"poke\" and catch the food but they are rounded and not sharp.
I love these pops there perfect for my 5month old, there small and easy for her tiny hands. i put juice and water in them some days and some i put baby food, she loves them and so do i, there wonderful for these hot days.
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I loved the idea of making my own baby food and this mill was the answer. It mashed up the food to a desirable consistency but was not complete mush so my baby could still get the texture of the food. I did have to use a lot of force to hold down the mill while I turned the handle. And some food always ended up past the gasket. On the plus side, the mill was easy to clean with just a rinse after the meal. I loved that I could serve the food right from the mill, so I didn't need another bowl also.
Does exactly what it's meant to do; safely stores homemade food in 1-2oz portions in the freezer. The lid clips on and seals. The trays are stackable and don't take up too much space in your freezer. But the BEST thing is that the frozen food is easy to press out, as the plastic isn't the regular brittle type...more of the squashy silicone type plastic. You don't even have to run it under the hot tap to squeeze out the food cubes as the material doesn't stick to the food. Definiley buy this rather than the hard plastic food trays if you don't want to freeze-thaw your babies food multiple times or shoot the food across the room trying to get it out ;) Oh and this type of material is easy to clean and doesn't stain with sweet potatoe or carrot!
I bought these for the ease of storage of homemade babyfood purees & they worked wonderful for that - which is what they're marketed for. They are easy to wash (hand or dishwasher) & you can use them to store purees directly in the freezer or fridge. I also used them to feed my baby's first meals cause they were small enough to hold only what she would eat & easy for me to hold onto. They stacked fine when I did that, but I didn't stack them often, only for use in the fridge. If you use them for snack cups for the solid eater, just remember that they were really made for homemade food storage & the lids will be easy for a toddler to take off. Super handy & the right portion size.
The only thing I find weird about this cup is that it has no air hole on the top of it. Other than that, I have no complaints. Cute patterns, valve stays in place easily and is easy to clean, and it doesn't leak. But if your child is trying to take a few sips in a row, they will have to take their mouth off every couple of sips to let some air in.