Self-feeding can be a messy affair, but you can do your part to keep some of it cringe-free. Level up your toddler‚Äôs mealtime game with Raise‚Ñ¢ utensils. These ergonomically designed forks and spoons fit their hands and mouths to a tee, and they come with an added bonus -- a base that keeps utensil tips off the table (or floor). Some days, that‚Äôs considered a major parenting win! Munchkin Raise Toddler Utensil Set, 2 ct, Color May Vary
- Base keeps utensil tips off tables and other surfaces, away from germs
- Ergonomic design fits toddler hands
- Flatware picks up food with ease
- Includes: (1) fork and (1) spoon - 12+ months
Designed to pick up food with ease. Base keeps utensil tip off the table and away from germs. Ergonomic handle works with baby's natural grasp
Wash and inspect before use. Top rack dish washer safe. Do not microwave, boil or steam sterilize. Discard and replace at first sign of weakness or damage. Always check temperature before feeding. Do not let child walk or run while carrying the utensil. Do no leave child unattended. Discard all packaging components before use
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