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    Default A good spoon to teach bubs to feed herself?

    Should I just use the weaning spoons? They are small and don't hold much though. Spend money on fancy ones that bend?

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    I have always just used plastic spoons. Nothing too fancy. $5 for a pack of 10

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    Cheapo plastic ones here too, from ikea I think. We were given some of those baby spoons and they held about one grain of porridge on them lol. Straight to the ikea ones, she's a master self feeder now at 17 months.

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    I used the tommee tippee loop spoons from 6 months , they were very easy for DS to hold as we did BLW I used to load his spoons and he would feed himself ( yogurts and porridge ) by about 10 months I just used any normal spoon as he had great grip and control by then

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    teaspoons are perfect.

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