Even though babies would rather use their fingers during... Read More
Even though babies would rather use their fingers during mealtimes, training them on cutlery use early in life is the way to go. It’s normal for babies to show an interest in feeding themselves at about nine months. That’s the optimal point to start cutlery training. Continuous use of cutlery will improve their motor skills, and they should be pretty good at using it by the time they hit 15 to 18 months.
Stainless steel baby cutlery
The Babyono stainless steel baby cutlery set is a serious bit of equipment. Most importantly, it resembles adult cutlery so the infant can figure out how to use theirs by mimicking the parents.
It is practical, comfortable, and made from durable and high-quality stainless steel. The material used is BPA free, meaning its safe for the baby to use. Additionally, it’s ergonomic design fits in tiny hands. That doesn’t mean its dull because it comes in variations of mint and grey. Ok, it is boring, but it will always be a classic, and it will last ages.
Baby cutlery set
You can also purchase a set of cutlery for the baby. They come in swanky colours that are appealing to the baby. Examples include:
- Akuku baby cutlery set in purple and green.
- Babyono flexible spoon in sets of mint and violet and grey and blue. They come equipped with shape memory grip, suitable for tiny hands.