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  • April 12, 2022

    Introducing utensils to your baby is an exciting milestone. Like any learning experience, this process is much easier when you have the right tools.

    Baby spoons are meant for little, inexperienced hands. With the right spoon, your child will have an easier time refining their motor skills and eventually learning their way around other utensils. Learn about the features you need to have in your child’s baby spoon and find the perfect utensil to set your baby up for success.

    Soft Materials

    It’s going to take some time for your little one to master their spoon. Along the way, there will be plenty of clumsy scoops, spilled food, and messy faces. It’s natural for babies to miss their mouths when they’re still learning. Because of that, it’s important to have a spoon with soft, gentle materials that won’t hurt when your baby accidentally knocks it into their gums.

    The Right Size

    Naturally, your baby’s spoon is going to be smaller than an adult utensil. Make sure you find the right size spoon for your child’s current developmental stage.

    If your little one isn’t feeding themselves yet, look for a long-handled spoon with a smaller head. The smaller head is perfect for little mouths, while the long handle is perfect for your adult hand as you feed your baby. These spoons are perfect for helping your baby adjust to the feeling of spoons before they’re ready to try using utensils themselves.

    When your child is ready to try feeding themselves, use a spoon with a shorter handle and a larger head. The larger head makes it easier to pick up food while they’re still learning. The shorter handle is the perfect size for your little one’s hand to grip.

    Dishwasher-Safe Materials

    Mealtimes with your little one can be messy. Mess is a simple part of learning—sometimes, it’s even part of the fun. What isn’t fun is spending a long time cleaning up after a messy meal. Dishwasher safe materials are a simple yet important feature you need to have in your child’s baby spoon.

    Look for dishwasher-safe baby spoons that you can simply load into the utensil rack after you eat. Dishwasher-safe utensils and dishes allow you to worry less about cleaning up and more about spending precious time with your little one after meals.

    The right utensils can help your baby learn how to feed themselves with more confidence and success. No matter what age or developmental stage you’re buying for, you can find the perfect solution at Avanchy. We have baby utensil sets for infants, older babies, and toddlers. Find safe, sustainable, and colorful baby spoons for your little one when you shop Avanchy.

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