I needed a distraction on an 11-hour flight for my daughter and I made the right choice. It kept her busy for quite some time. And in your every day life, when you need to keep your little one occupied and distracted.
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Super soft and secure lid keeps snacks inside the containerNo spill
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
4.25 x 7.00 x 6.00 Inches
Keeps snacks inside the bowl until my little ones pull them out. Worked great for taking snacks to grandma's house without leaving a mess on the floor. It is a little tough to get apart to clean and refill, but that is good because then my kids are not popping them open spilling the entire bowl.
I really loved the cup and how the product works. Because it works! Only that my 14 month old doesn't want to use it! I filled the cup with snacks and showed him how he was supposed to get them, but he seemed uncomfortable putting his hand through the monster's mouth! 2 minutes after, the monster hardly had iris left on the eyes because he took them off by scratching them with his teeth. (I emailed the company and they told me the paint is not toxic. They were even willing to replace it for another type of cup, but since the others have the same system, I am guessing I would still have the same problem, so I decided to keep it and hope he decides to start using it!) I offered the cup every day but he treats it like a toy and just plays with it, but expects me to take out the treats for him... Then I took it apart and he uses the bowl. Overall the cup is very nice, fun, has bright colors and it works holding the snacks in, you just have to hope your baby is not concerned about the monster's mouth like mine is! I should also mention that it is kind of hard to take apart.
I have a 14 month old. I bought this thinking I could circumnavigate picking up 1,467 Cheerios off of my hardwood floors every day. So, I loaded this bad boy up with about 30 Cheerios, showed my boy how to stick his hand in...this is where it started to go wrong. The 'catching' aspect of the monster's mouth was indubitably hard for me to get my fingers in and out, and any time he tried to grab some Cheerios he couldn't retract his hand without either a) losing the Cheerios in the snacker or b) letting them fly on the floor as he ripped his hand out. Within three seconds of this frustration, my toddler tossed (not threw) the monster on the floor. Cheerio EXPLOSION. I'm talking a drop from a foot off the deck that caused this thing to pop open. And yes, I shut it all the way. I tried again--nope. He still couldn't manage the teeth. Now, the monster top is a bath toy and the bottom is a glorified bowl with feet.
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