Feeding time has quickly turned into fun time at our house thanks to Nuby iMonster Feeding Set. Now that baby Sean is getting bigger and each day we introduce new foods to him we have also changed some of the tools we use to feed him. The iMonster Feeding Set from Nuby is so adorable and my son really like the plate and bowl. We also have the matching no-spill cup and snack keeper. This set is truly unique, cute, and durable.
iMonster Toddler Plate
Isn’t this the cutest child’s plate you’ve ever seen? Since baby Sean is wanting to feed himself it’s important to use feeding equipment that he’s going to like. The bright colors on this plate engage him and he stays interested longer. Right now he tends to throw the plate to the ground but I know in just a few months he will be using these items properly. With a little help from me and his dad, we get the job done.
iMonster Toddler Bowl
We use the iMonster Toddler Bowl often, it’s used at least twice a day, easy to mix and serve oatmeal and rice out of. When the baby gets a little older I can serve cold cereal out of it as well.
iMonster Fork & Spoon
Although baby Sean is a little young for these adorable utensils he’s practicing with them. Sean is very interested in trying to feed himself. It’s so important to have utensils that are safe and these are specially designed to be easy for my son’s little hands to hold and use. These are great for either left-handed or right-handed babies. Our spoon is missing in action at the moment. I’m hopeful I will find it soon.
The Nuby iMonster Feeding Set is recommended for children 18+ months but we’ve used it here and there. All these items are suitable for warm or cold foods, microwave safe too.
As always, these products are all BPA FREE and priced reasonably. Colors may vary, these items and more can be purchased by visiting www.buybabydirect.com. The iMonster feeding set is only $12.99. If you want to buy the ENTIRE iMonster feeding set & drinking set, that’s only $24.99.
Disclosure: I was sent a free sample for the purpose of conducting this review. My participation is voluntary and my opinions, as always, are my own. No monetary compensation was given. I am disclosing under the FTC’s 16 CFR Part 225, Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.