- Soft, silicone tip gentle on teeth and gums
- Longer, curved handle makes feeding baby easier and more comfortable
- Durable stainless steel handles
- Includes (2) spoons in assorted colors
- Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free
Perfect for our new solids eater.
I adore these classic baby spoons. Our daughter has just started eating whole wheat rice cereal and these spoons are perfect for those first bites. The soft rubber is comforting, they’re well-made and hold just the right amount for her first meals.The colors I received were green and blue and they’re cute too.
We gave my daughter one of these spoons very early (around two months) to play with in the bath, and to get her used to having something in her mouth. We started cereal around 3.5 months, and these spoons were perfect! The silicon-tipped ends were soft on her gums, and the shallow spoon held just the right amount of cereal for her little mouth. We have the Munchkin spoons as well, but DH and I both hate them because the bowl is very deep, and it’s hard for DD to get all of the food out, even now at ten months old. The spoons have held up very well, save a tiny bit of discoloration on our white one from spaghetti with sauce one night. I recommend these to all parents with little eaters!
good first spoon
This spoon is a nice size as my baby’s first spoon. Fits in my baby’s mouth easily and shallow enough to make it easy for him to get all of the food off. However, if you are starting with very liquid foods, I imagine it might be hard to hold very much food. Our baby did fine with thicker purees from the start so this wasn’t a problem for us. I didn’t find the thin handles to be uncomfortable to hold. The only thing that concerned me was whether my baby would grab the spoon one day and poke himself in the eye with the metal end. Maybe when he becomes more grabby we’ll switch to a spoon with a thicker plastic handles.
Our baby boy (13 months) has been on solid food for the past 3-4 months and we feed him a variety of foods with an assortment of spoons. His front teeth are all in and the back teeth are starting to show. He seems to like teeth and he took naturally to biting objects, including fingers. Now he’s developed the tendency to bite the spoon that feeds him. He bites and holds on and at times doesn’t want to let go. He exhibits quite a good grip, I might add. All of this is probably just a phase he’s going through, but my wife worries about it. As such, she found these Gerber soft-bite spoons. Well, now he can bite all he wants and he probably won’t hurt himself. The only problem I see with them is that the soft bitable cover doesn’t go far enough up the handle. If it extended another half-inch, then there would be no problem at all. In any case, this is probably just a temporary phase that he’ll eventually tire of. What next?Gary Peterson
soft and durable
These spoons are great, because they’re soft so baby can bite on it. They don’t discolor like some of the other brands. Well made, and useful!
They are the perfect handle size for my daughter to use and I love the soft BPA free silicone on the end.
too small and shallow
Compared to other baby spoons, this handle is shorter and the spoon is much more shallow – meaning it doesn’t hold much food and there tends to be a lot of spillage. prefer the munchkin ones.
These spoons are great (and inexpensive, too!) My baby loves them. They’re not too big like most spoons. Perfect size. Our baby is 5 months old and it’s great for her soft gums. Easy to clean, A+++.
Perfect for young ones
I had some other spoons that we use to give our DS his medicines on because they are deep and we can dissolve his pills in them with some water. But they were bad for feeding so I bought these, I bought because I thought they would be better for my DS who is 4 months and already teething. Well not only are these better because they are softer but also because they aren’t too deep. My DS seems like he can shut his mouth on this and feel the food so he is able to take it in his mouth better using his gums and lips, this way I am not just trying to pour the cereal in his mouth. PS I only started cereal because his reflux is so bad, and he wouldn’t take cereal out of a bottle. Plus he has fun trying to eat while we do!
Great for baby and good value
These spoons are perfect for baby’s first meals. My daughter loves to gnaw on the plastic coating, and they protect her toothless gums. They can become quite slippery when the food gets all over of both of your hands, but that is expected. Just be careful and do not let your baby yank the spoon from your hand, which is easy when slippery, because she might gag herself. So far, I have put them in the dishwasher with no issues.
The spoons are small, you cannot get a descent size scoop from the spoons. the colors are nice, and the spoons wont damage babys gums. i havent try any other products so far.
i thought the handle will be longer but when this spoon arrived in mail it’s not what i am expecting. now i have been using this spoon for a few months and i can say it has served its purpose. safe for baby’s delicate gums because of the silicone but for me longer handle makes it easier to feed baby because sometimes i use this spoon then baby’s hands knock it over and the food spills sometimes the spoon fell off my hands (just can’t keep baby’s hands still when she gets excited while i’m feeding her). wish handle is longer and everything will be perfect i have no complaint on the depth of spoon although it is more on the shallow side it’s fine to use with baby food.
perfect for firsttime feeder
Initially tried the Baeba infant spoons for my daughter. She was miserable, as the spoon was too big and deep for her. I tried the NUK Gerber spoon I received during my baby shower, and she loved it. I had to buy more!
I use these to feed my 6 month old son. They are the perfect size for his mouth. And, because it comes with 2 spoons, he can practice feeding himself with one while I use the other one to make sure he gets enough to eat.
The spoons are flat enough to where it is not difficult for our 5 month old to get the food off of them. The soft tips allow him to chew on the spoons.