The curved shape of the handle makes it easy for Max to have a go at feeding himself, and the shallow spoon makes sure he can’t put too much in his mouth at once!
A step up from the first stage handled cups, this is a great cup for Max to practice drinking from. He finds the flow perfectly fine, and can manage to tip the cup up as long as it is not too full – it is a little bit too big for him to do it totally by himself just yet, but he has had a lot of fun practicing – and the non slip grips around the sides stop it from sliding out of his hands.
Divided feeding dish
Max is not one to be afraid of mixing his food – he has been known to have such delightful combinations as banana and carrot or cheese and strawberries. So having a dish with sections has been a nice way to introduce a mixture of things for him to pick at and explore. It has a handy lip to scrape the spoon when feeding purees, and a tight fitting lid to store any leftovers in the fridge.
I have been impressed with the OXO tot range – the bright colours are appealing to babies and the strong, durable materials and child friendly touches are appealing to parents. Easy to use, easy to clean and good quality – a real winner all round. We will certainly be looking to get some more OXO tot products as weaning continues.