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Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware, Staged-Learning utensils set of 4

Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware, Staged-Learning utensils set of 4, (Easy Pre-Spoon, Pre-Spoon, Baby Fork, Baby Spoon) (4, vegetarian color)
FIRST STEP TO SELF-FEEDING Simple lesson of grasps will yield to better spoon/fork holding abilities; Lollipop baby tableware is designed to help the kids learn and make the bold move of using grown-ups spoon and fork for kids; Step by step learning tableware for kids; Help your baby learn from zero to hero!
STIMULATIVE BUMPY HANDLES The dot-like bumps on the handle help 8 Month-Old infants with multisensory Perception (visuo-tactile); The nodes stimulate different palmar areas and accelerate sensory integration; This helps baby focus better and remember what they learned.
ERGONOMIC HANDY DESIGN Easy Peasy baby led weaning pre spoon is very easy fit for your kid to grab. Its bionic hexagon handle supports all grasp styles. Lollipop designed the tableware for little hands that can match the child’s hand development phases perfectly.
SOFT AND HEALTHY Baby self-feed learning tools made of safe and soft food-grade silicone material; Soft and smooth edges to promote kid safety while feeding; Does well under high temperature to help disinfect the baby utensils; No nasty chemicals, free from BPA, lead, phthalates and other harmful materials.
DURABLE AND EASY TO CLEAN When your kids graduate using the regular spoon, you can store them for your next toddler or give it away to friends with newborns learning to feed themselves; The smooth surface makes it easy to clean. Boil them for 2 minutes to clean, hand wash or on the top rack of your dishwasher; Not easy to break.

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Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware, Staged-Learning utensils set of 4 Reviews

Product Tested By Kira Davies – Dylan 20 Months

Kira Awarded The Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware 4.4/5

Well packaged item, looked a little small but virtually appealing, Dylan was quick to try and open the package and see what was inside. Great for parents like myself who do baby led weaning as a lot of cutlery for kids is too hard for them to hold. Instructions easy to understand and explains how best to use each item in the package. Definitely would’ve been great when we first started weaning but they are a little small for my sons age. He did enjoy using them however wasn’t always able to get much food on them as he is older now and eats bugger mouthfuls. However I don’t want to knock this product as I know these would be perfect for a younger child. Yes design did help to use fork and spoon independently. However, again a bit too chunky for a toddler bit my son was able to hold them and scoop his food well. My son got a little distracted at times by the design and would try and pull the dots off however when he was focused it did help with his grip. I think this product would be better aimed at 6 months – 2 years as my son is 20 months and they were om the smaller side for him. When he was first weaning I struggled to find cutlery a suitable size but these would have been great. Once a day usually for our evening meal, he is 20 months old. Used in his high chair at the dinner table. This was very easy to keep clean. I liked the different types that could be used for different foods rattan than just a basically fork and spoon. This set is small enough that it would be easy to package and take out. I do agree this would be durable enough to keep and pass down to younger sibling. This seems very durable. My son has chewed them a lot but so far no damage. I don’t think this product lasts for the age range suggested but good value for myself as we plan on having other children who can use them in the future. I also think it is expensive for what you get I would pay around £20. I would not buy, not for the age that my son is now as they were too small and he would get frustrated the amount of food on the cutlery, but if I was to re start my weaning journey with a 6 month old then yes. I would recommend for families starting their weaning journey as it can be hard to find cutlery that babies can hold and use. A great product for families starting out on their weaning journey with a young baby however for a toddler I don’t think they are suitable and they are better off with other plastic cutlery. The product is visually appealing which at times did distract my son but I thought they were presented well. The cutlery is chunky so easy to hold but then ends of the cutlery don’t hold much, especially the fork which is difficult to pick up food with. Better aimed at younger babies who are 6 months plus. Kira Davies – Dylan 20 Months

Product Tested By Annabelle Wright – Susan & Arthur – 18 months and 4 Months

Annabelle Awarded The Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware 4.5/5

Looked very interesting and unusual when arrived. I had not seen a feeding set of utensils like this before. I think the selection of utensils in the pack were great for me as I have a 18 month old and a 4 month old baby. Instructions were clear and good to watch the video. My baby found the one for mushy foods easy to hold and I would scoop the food onto this for him and help easily enough to lick food off. My 18 Month old liked the fork and spoon and found easy enough to hold and pick up food easily enough. The mushy utensil needs help when feeding baby but the other 3 in the set do help them to get used to trying to feed themselves. The style and the sensory grips on the utensils were very effective. Both my baby and 18 month old enjoyed the tactile feel of these feeding utensils. I would say if you have a baby and an older baby this set is good, but for a 3 year old I would want a bigger spoon and fork for them to get larger amounts of food on them to feed themselves. Therefor I would say 4 months – 2 years max. We used this daily at mealtimes. Always used these in highchair when feeding both my babies. Easy enough to keep clean. I liked the variety of utensils in this pack as cater for a variety of weaning stages and can be used for a while when starting off with young baby. I have my travel set of spoons etc to take out with us and use these for a home only. The design and quality is very durable and will last. If I have another baby I will use these from the beginning. Personally I feel price is rather high for the set and I would not pay this for a set of 4 feeding items. I would recommend as both my babies enjoyed the tactile feel and found them easy to use and helped my older baby become more confident in trying to feed herself. As I have started early with Arthur these will be used throughout his feeding journey. /a good set for anyone getting ready to wean baby onto self-feeding and will last a while too as they grow and develop. Ice set, good design, durable, easy for babies to hold and use and helped with learning to feed themselves (well my older baby). Thak you for letting me try this set out as it has been effective for us. Annabelle Wright – Susan & Arthur – 18 months and 4 Months

Product Tested By Richard Mally – Joshua 9 Months

Richard Awarded The Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware 4.4/5

Looked a unique design and the colours were attractive to Joshua. Liked the idea of having a set that would help Joshua through his weaning journey. Clear instructions. Joshua enjoyed holding the Mushy one and the one to scoop soft foods. He found them easy to hold and enjoyed trying to hold and take food off them to try and feed himself. As he is only 9 months we did help a lot at feeding time. I think as he grows older the fork and spoon will be good to use to help him learn to feed himself, but we are not there just yet. I would say the style would help him understand how to use the fork and spoon in the future to feed himself easily enough. Joshua loved the bumps on these, he enjoyed holding these as they felt different to his other feeding items and he liked the texture of these. Liked to use as a sensory toy. I do agree this set helps them enjoy the fun of finding out how to hold and feed themselves and Joshua will make more use of the fork and spoon in the future. I can see this set working well for us through to about early toddler years. I personally feel by the age of 3 years these would be a bit too small and young for out son to continue to use as the spoon does not hold a huge amount of food and we have a hungry son. We used this daily at mealtimes. We would use in highchair for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Easy to clean. I liked how this set will serve Joshua well throughout his feeding and self-feeding journey. These are good to take away and we have taken to grandparents when visiting. Good design, good quality and will last a long time. A good set that will last but for me the price is too high. I would not personally buy this set due to price. I would recommend as it is designed to help your baby progress onto self-feeding and will last a long while. A very good set, well designed, high quality and works well.
Richard Mally – Joshua 9 Months

A great product for families starting out on their weaning journey with a young baby however for a toddler I don’t think they are suitable and they are better off with other plastic cutlery. The product is visually appealing which at times did distract my son but I thought they were presented well. The cutlery is chunky so easy to hold but then ends of the cutlery don’t hold much, especially the fork which is difficult to pick up food with. Better aimed at younger babies who are 6 months plus.

Awards

Kira Awarded The Lollipop Baby Learning Tableware 4.4/5

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