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    I would love to review it! Ds is just starting out on solids and we have lots of outings planned!


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    I would like to review them please! DD is just about to start solids next week.
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    I would love to try these. My DS is 16 months old. He is always on the run and the convenience of these spoons sounds fantastic. I think they could possibly help him with learning how to use a spoon on his own even (which we are just starting to introduce). Helping to improve his independence and guide his feelings of self achievement. He uses the pouches often, so these really would be perfect.
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    I'd like to review these spoons. I have a 7 month old and we use pouches (both commercial and homemade) for outings. At the moment feeding times resemble the aftermath of a zombie apocalyse, so our little boy will certainly give these spoons a good run for their money! If these spoons means we can plan an outing without needing to pack a high pressure cleaner and changes of clothes for all by-standers, I'll happily write a glowing review (and possibly buy shares in the company)

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    Address is correct

    I have a 5 month old just starting solids & could really use the spoon. We use pouches when on the go!


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    I would LOVE to review the spoons please. I have a 3 month old who will be starting solids soon. This is child #4 so we are out and about lots so pouches will be so handy to use. Address is correct.

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    I would love to review this address is correct

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    Yes please! We are having big food issues with DS2 (10 months old) and all I can get him to eat is purée and we have been using the pouches. This might help entice him to eat more.

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    We use food pouches when we go out as they are more convenient than using home made meals as they don't need to be refrigerated. The twist on spoons could be very handy so would love to try them out

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