Promotion for first time customers ONLY
Promotion - first time customers only. (One per family/household.)
If you are shopping at Save Our Sleep for the very first time we would like to offer you a gift with your first purchase.
Please note this gift will only be sent out with a paid for shopping cart valued at over $50 this includes no other offers, promotions or promotion codes or free items. If it is not your household/email address/family's 1st time shopping with us or you have not met the other requirements the warehouse will not send the spoon set and it will be removed from your order without notice.
- MADE IN MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA! Bringing manufacturing closer to home!
- Curved right and left handed spoons are designed to encourage independent eating.
- May be used from 4 months by a parent and independently from 8 months by your baby.
- BPA, PVC and phthalate free and 100% recyclable.
- Wash thoroughly before initial use and after each use.
- Dishwasher safe or hand wash in warm soapy water.
- DO NOT microwave.
Aged 4 months to 4 years!
Why curved spoons....
As babies get older I recommend using curved spoons. The Save Our Sleep set has two spoons, at first one for you and one for your baby and then as your baby turns to a toddler two for your baby. The two spoons are angled differently so an older baby can hold one in each hand. With a younger baby, give her a spoon so she can feed herself while you use the other spoon to get in four mouthfuls for every mouthful she spoons up and in herself. The curve of the spoon, large handle and the shorter length helps your toddler to load up the spoon and get it to her mouth without making too much mess. When teaching your toddler to feed herself say to her, ‘Dip, scoop and pop in your mouth’, in a rhythm as she learns to feed herself.
Self-feeding with a spoon
Anytime from 8 months your baby will want to start feeding himself. He will want to hold the spoon and do it himself. You might not realise what is wrong when you sit down to feed him and he starts crying and whingeing and doesn’t want to eat any lunch. Often just giving your baby a spoon and allowing him to try to feed himself will solve the problem. I have made my spoons in left-handed and right-handed shapes. Your baby can hold one in each hand and attempt to feed himself. But you need to be getting in three to four spoonfuls with another spoon for each spoon your baby gets in himself.
We LOVE these spoons so much we have made them their own review group click here to see it.
Below is a video of Ciarán my little boy using the prototype spoon set.
Le gach dea-ghui, Tizzie
We tried out Tizzie's new spoons. We have a nice collection of 5 different spoons my wee girls has tried but not one resulted in food actually going in her mouth and she always ended up flicking the food everywhere out of frustration... I've attached pictures of her eating her second course for dinner with Tizzie's spoon... it was a milestone for us we had to capture... she just LOVES being able to feed herself. Thank you Tizzie and team for bringing us these spoons.
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