Toddler Plates Me-Feed-Me by Salmon Luke (One Plate, Pink)
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- ✓ GUARANTEED YOUR BABY WILL LOVE IT OR YOUR MONEY BACK - We guarantee that this will be your baby's favourite feeding bowl or your money back. They'll love our matching Training Cutlery too!
- ✓ UNIQUE PATENTED SMART-DESIGN - The bowl's concave sides and a spoon shaped corners are proven to help your baby feed independently and ease the frustration of learning a new skill.
- ✓ EVER SO SLIGHTLY LIFE CHANGING - Praised by parents worldwide. Our tableware promotes a healthy food association and good eating habits. Contributes to a happy contented child and enjoyable family mealtimes.
- ✓ BABY SAFE & GERM FREE - Unlike other bowls ours are independently tested to be self-sterilising meaning no nasty bacteria can live on our bowls, ever! No amount of scrubbing or scratching can remove the tummy bug fighting properties
- ✓ CONVENIENT & PRACTICAL FOR EVERYDAY USE - Guaranteed to be BPA and Phthalate free. Completely dishwasher and Microwave friendly. UK Assured Quality. Designed and manufactured in the UK in ISO 9001 accredited facilities.
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✓FREE TIPS & TRICKS EBOOK - Your baby deserves the best start in life. Our ebook provides practical tips on helping your baby transition from finger feeding to using tableware. Essential reading for any parent. The Salmon Luke "me-feed-me" tableware was invented by the frustrated parent of two young boys, after searching far and wide for a bowl which the children could use as they learnt to feed themselves. Every brand, shape and size of bowl was tried, from suction cup bowls which never stuck for longer than a few seconds to clover shaped bowls which looked promising but ended up being too shallow allowing food to easily be pushed out over the rim. Nothing really made the task of learning to feed any easier. So as the mother of invention is said to be necessity, a three year quest was embarked upon to attempt to invent the perfect training bowl and cutlery. After hundreds of design iterations and many hours of testing by young children across the country the Salmon Luke "me-feed-me" tableware was finally launched. The winner of many accolades and design awards, we hope that you'll agree that this is the very best bowl and cutlery designed for the job of learning to self-feed. In fact, your satisfaction is very important to us, and is 100% guaranteed. If for any reason you are not completely convinced that our dinnerware improves your child's self-feeding, we will refund the full sale price plus all shipping and handling costs, without hesitation.
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Here is my daughter tipping her bowl so her casserole runs into the corner!
My only criticism is that it would be good to have other colours. If there was something more gender neutral I would have bought more initially. We didn’t know what sex our other child was going to be so I didn’t want a lot of pink. Also a darker bowl option would be good for tomato based food (spag Bol, curry etc).
If you are looking for something that stops the mess, this is not quite the thing you are looking for (in fact I don't think there is something like this on the market). If the baby wants to make a mess nothing will stop her/him, no matter what scientific plate she/he uses. The child can still turn it up side down, throw it on the floor or put her/his hands inside the plate to play with food (checked! confirmed!).
The idea is to stop baby's frustration as the scooping is much easier when useing the plate. The shape and the anti slip base helps to achieve that (however please note that there is no suction force to keep the plate in place, it is only anti slip base, meaning the plate is still removable).
Because the baby is more sucessfull with feeding herself it is more likely that plate will not end up on the floor or hands will not be put inside the plate.
I was wondering which should I buy: Salmon Luke or BabyBjorn and I went for this one as it was cheaper. I paied 12.95 (free prime delivery) for two plates and as per the producer you can use any cutlery with it you want (therefore i din't buy Salmon Luke cutlery). My baby is using other spoon and she is as successful as she would have been with Salmon Luke cutlery (I guess). The corner round shape is quite wide and there is almost no option the traditional teaspoon or other baby spoon won't fit there. Even if the shape of the spoon you are useing is narrow/slim you still can scoope enough (what I mean the spoon doesn't have to fill in the whole round corner shape perfectly to scoope the food).
The only disadventage is that the untipical shape and wider base for steady, anty slip purposes makes it bulkier than other thin, flat plates and can thake a bit of space (althoug the space for food itself is not ridiculously huge making it just perfect for baby/toddler portion). It comes in one piece (unlike babybjorn where you can remove top piece where food goes in) and it it is not quite stackabele (you can put one Salmon Luke plate on the other but they still are big).
It is dishwasher safe but after all due to the size you will end up washing it by hand most of the time.
It's very stable, so our baby (15 months) is now able to eat a meal with a spoon out of it by herself without it moving or wobbling around. There's no suction, so once the baby's no longer hungry, gets bored and starts playing with the food there's always a chance that this bowl will end up on the floor, but you'll be seeing this coming a long time in advance so in practice this hasn't really been a problem for us. (To be honest, I haven't found that suction bowls are any better at not ending up on the floor)
Also, it's very large and the cold plastic is good at cooling hot meals so that they are ready to eat quickly.
I would highly recommend for all little ones that are getting used to cutlery. Its not going to perform miracles but over time i feel this has been a big support for my daughter.