Disclaimer: For this post for Oogaa, I was sent various feeding accessories after I reached out to the company on Instagram. The opinions expressed in this post are MINE and not indicative of the opinions or positions of Oogaa. If you have questions, you can see my entire disclosure policy here. If you are interested in being sponsored, you can do that here.
One night while
sleeping spending entirely too much time on Instagram like always, I came across a post about some really badass looking baby feeding accessories. Curiosity made me comment and before I knew it, a representative from Oogaa offered to send me some feeding swag to try with Quinn and write a review.
I anxiously awaited the package and when it arrived, I couldn’t rip it open fast enough. From first sight, I was in love. The packaging was so incredibly fun and cute!
- BPA free
- oven safe
- dishwasher safe
- microwave safe
- freezer safe
Even loud noise safe. Do you realize how funny a baby thinks it is to drop things?! Everything is made of silicone. Flexy, bendy, non-breakable goodness!
After washing them, I introduced them to Q. I immediately wanted to test the oven safe claims. I baked some sweet potato on her plate, let it cool, smashed and fed it to her without dirtying any more dishes! As a mom, that is a lifesaver! Let me just say, not only are these bowls, plates and silverware so cute and functional, but my kid actually likes them.
I mean she seems to like them more than her food.
(Sidenote: She has noticed that the characters on the placemat are slightly different. She will point to the elephant and say “eh.” Learning while feeding? Sounds good to me!)
The utensils wash up so easy and have been fine with multiple rides in the dishwasher and microwave.
Does your baby make this much of a mess?
On average, how many times does your baby drop feeding accessories in one feeding?
Does you allow your baby to have toys or stick with feeding utensils that double as learning, too?