The Squirt baby food dispensing spoon allows for convenient feeding, one bite at a time
This winsome koala plate (yeah, we know they're not really bears) holds a slice or two of bread in his recessed nose and a nice helping of peanut butter, jam, or fluff in his ears. His smiley red mouth is a handy, safe, plastic spreader. So load him and up and let the kids go to town. Spreddy Bear measures 8 top to bottom and is molded from 100% virgin melamine. Each set is packaged in a full color giftbox."
Bif! Bam! Pow! Let’s eat!
Invite a super-hero to your table and any meal becomes mighty fun. Souper! has posable arms and legs, just like an action figure, so he can soar through the Spaghetti-O’s at warp speed. His bulked-up sonic-sealed body and stainless head are fully food-safe and washable. Design:
For snacks at home or in the park try the OXO Tot Snack Disk. Its stable, non-slip base and low profile minimize spills, and its fun, curved shape keeps snacks contained. Shaped to fit comfortably in little hands or on small laps, the Snack Disk has a generous opening for easy access to the goodies inside, and the see-through lid snaps on for portability and storage.
The silicone handles of these mid-size utensils lock together securely for easy storage and packing, not to mention endless amusement.
For mealtime, snack time or storing, try the versatile OXO Tot Bowl Set. Small and Large Bowls have straight side walls to help little hands guide oatmeal, yogurt or other foods onto utensils. Stable, non-slip bases help prevent tips and spills at the table, and snap-on lids keep snacks contained or leftovers fresh. The Small Bowl nests inside the Large Bowl for compact storage.
Turn a gummy worm into a reusable straw? YESSS! Slinky Drinks are molded in bright translucent colors from food-safe silicone. They add some wacky fun to any meal time. You get three assorted food-safe wiggly silicone straws in each clear, recyclable, peggable clamshell.
Rise and Shine Sippy Cup, a sippy cup to match mom and dad's favorite beverage!
How come kids don't like food that touches? We have no idea but we solved the problem anyway.