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Vital Baby Weaning Kit (Boy/Blue)
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- Helps baby transition from breastfeeding to weaning
- Soft tip spoons protect baby's gums
- Freezer pots to store breast milk or weaning foods for when on the go
- BPA free, latex free and PVC free
- Conforms to standards BS EN 14350, BS EN 14372
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This Vital Baby Weaning Kit contains everything you will need to start weaning your baby. From our soft tip weaning spoons to help protect your baby's delicate gums, our Press 'n' Pop freezer pots for storing breast milk or homemade weaning foods right through our weaning set, which is ideal for when you are out and about. As you'd expect form this award winning range, all of our products are made from BPA free materials and are packed with innovative features.
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Here is what we like and don't like about each component in the kit:
1) Storage Cups
They are great for the early stages when your baby doesn't eat much, but too small once you want to save larger portions in one go. Each cup holds 30ml (that is 1/4 of a stage 1 jar in the UK/ or 120grs), so by the end of weaning month 1 you'll probably need 4 of these storage jars to make a meal and they are hard to defrost at once in the blue bowls provided in this kit. However, the fact that they are separate jars (as opposed to in ice cube tray format) is great, because they take up less room in the freezer if you aren't saving multiple portions in 1 go.
2) Feeding Bowls
They have a nice shape, and easy to defrost smaller portion food sizes in them. They also seal easily and well.
3) Travel Bowl and Spoon
Its fantastic as it makes it hard to loose the spoon when on the road, and keeps the spoon clean, making feeding on the go easier. It is also sufficiently large to defrost multiple storage cup portions in it before you feed the baby.
4) Drinking Cup
It is good in the sense that teething babies like rubbing their gums on the tip. However, because it has no handles you eventually have to transition to a different cup to train your baby to drink on their own.
Babies love to rub their gums against the spoon edge given the material. However because the spoons are shallow, they can easily confuse one end with the other! On the other hand, the shallowness of the spoon makes it easier to feed the baby as they manage to eat everything off the spoon (as opposed to deeper spoons where they can sometimes leave food and make a bigger mess)!
All the pots worked well on the dishwasher, freezer, microwave and steriliser bar the spoons so I wash these by hand.
The orange pots are very little and I only used them for main meals for the first 3 weeks, after that I needed bigger pots for the main meals but I still used the orange pots for deserts (my baby is 7 month now).
The sippy cup is not ideal for little ones still learning to drink from sippy cup. It's not easy for the baby to hold and the lid allows for spillage so it's not portable but maybe I will use it when he is older.
To summarise, I use the pots all the time and the spoons are a nice size and very soft but for stage 1 I also had to buy several other bigger pots for batch cooking and freezing, a sippy cup with handle and lid and a beaker.
My only gripe is the 'boy' labeling. Girls have to eat from pink bowls and boys from blue?
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