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We are big fans of Tommee Tippee in our house. Before Tom was born we were well stocked with their electric steriliser, dummies, bottles and teats. And we haven’t changed a thing. Apart from the steriliser we are still using all those things now at 15 months old.
Here’s something I’m NOT a fan of though…
Yep, that’s a dropsheet. We have bamboo floors and every bit of food sticks to it like glue, which then involves me having to get down on my hands and knees to ‘gently’ scrub the floor and get it all off.
I’ve got a cheeky boy. Aren’t they all? Being the cheeky (and curious) little man that he is, he loves to experiment with gravity, particularly when it comes to food. He will drop it, throw it, tip it, chuck it, laugh hysterically. Oh happy days.
When Tommee Tippee offered to send me their Stickee Bowl I wasn’t sure…I had tried one of a different brand and it didn’t work. My son is big and strong. Within minutes he’d lifted it off the highchair table and looked me as if to say “Is that all you’ve got?”
The Tommee Tippee Stickee Bowl is SO much better though! For starters it’s really easy to put on and take off. I got the hang of it very quickly.
The bowl section comes apart from the suction cup which allows you to wash it with ease and pop it in the microwave. The lid is sturdy so you can pop some lunch in it and take it with you if you are out and about.
And the best part of all, he couldn’t get it off! I watched in a little bit of amusement as he tried!
I’m guessing over time he will just get used to the fact that bowls are not meant to be experimented with in the way I talked about above! This is a great way to show him just that.
Tommee Tippee generously included their new comfy grip spoon and fork as well and they were also a big hit! They are excellent. Initially I thought they were so TINY, but actually, it allows the child to have so much more control and grip over the utensil, as they can wrap their hand around it better. They are nice and wide too which also helps little ones get more in their mouth – something we all want!
Now I could write a whole separate post about the Discovera sippy cup (pictured above). Now I can finally track how much my little man is drinking. Why? Because he CAN NOT get any of the water out unless he drinks it! We have been battling with him shaking bottles to drip water out of them, pushing the softer spouts on the ground until they leak and then bashing his hands on the puddles of water he created. It’s all a bit of fun…but not when it’s happening so much he’s more consumed with doing that then drinking the water.
The Discovera bottle to me is just so sturdy. It feels like it will last for ages. He’s dropped it a million times and the inside hasn’t come apart (don’t you hate when that happens?) and the spout is hard so he can’t leak water out of it. I really think it’s perfect for the age range it’s set for – 12months+
Thanks to Tommee Tippee, I have 4 Tommee Tippee packs to give away! Each pack includes:
1x Stickee Bowl
1x Comfy grip cutlery set
1x Discovera Cup (12 months +)
Just fill in the Rafflecopter form below and don’t forget you MUST leave a Blog comment telling why this pack will be a useful addition to your home!
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