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Boon Squirt Dispensing Spoon, Green, 1 ea

Boon Squirt Dispensing Spoon, Green, 1 ea

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3.7 out of 5 stars
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3.75 / 5 based on 4 Reviews

Product Description

Dispenses Baby Food 1 Bite at a Time Convenient 1-Handed Feeding 2 Great for On-the-Go 1 Includes Matching Cap for Storage 6 Large Easy-to-Clean Bulb Holds up to 3 oz of Baby Food 5 Dishwasher Safe 4 BPA-Free, Phthalate-Free PVC-Free Squirt isnt just a spoon; its a revelation. It takes baby food, removes the jar and the mess, packs it into a single utensil and with one squeeze boom! You get easy, 1-handed feeding. Pop on the cap to seal food on-the-go. Caution: May cause gobbling and an uncontrollable appreciation for anything delicious. Includes: 1 - Green Boon Squirt Dispensing Spoon 2 1 - Matching Storage Cap see more...

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Boon Squirt Dispensing Spoon, Green, 1 ea
Boon Squirt Dispensing Spoon, Green, 1 ea
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Sarah K.
Cincinnati, OH
45 reviews
Mega Parent Expert Level 2
I love this product. Less didishes are always good and this is a dish and spoon in one. It works with my homemade foods and is super convenient. Make sure to buy a small brush for easier interior cleaning. I recommend having a few on hand.
Joanne H.
619 reviews
Mega Parent Expert Level 5
I had one that I never got a chance to use! It seemed like a good idea, but my baby never wanted to use it!
Tatiana R.
Orlando, FL
86 reviews
Good product. My daughter enjoyed using it. Very convenient, less dishes for me! Pretty easy to clean.
Emma S.
71 reviews
Mega Parent Expert Level 2
Very much in love, worked very well when bub was learning to eat initially. More so for on the go, no taking an extra spoon, having to clean the spoon before putting it in the bag. Comes with a really really convenient lid the goes on the spoon.

Although I think the hole does need to be a bit bigger, as since moving to thicker puree's I have found trying to squeeze it out, over using a bowl and spoon, to be a little frustrating and challenging....
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