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STARTING TO SELF FEED WITH THE BOON PULP

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 Once your baby can sit up and bring their hands to their mouth you can start with the Boon Pulp. Munching and crunching, all require lots of practice for babies who are just learning to self-feed, and the results can be messy. The Boon Pulp Silicone Feeder is a tidy solution: it works like a mesh feeder, but it’s sturdier and keeps the mess more contained, so your child can use her brand-new teeth to gnaw away at healthy snacks without requiring an entire roll of paper towels for clean up afterwards. Self-feeding offers a great way to teach babies dexterity and hand-eye co-ordination. 

The Boon Pulp Feeder helps prevent choking on small pieces of food by keeping it contained in its soft, food-grade silicone pouch.  It has small holes at the top for food to come through. The interior stem forces food upwards towards the holes, helping babies get at the yumminess inside. 

 Simply stuff with any cleaned and cut pieces of fruit or veggies inside. Our babies loved sweet potato, mango as well as banana and strawberry combination went down well and obviously a little biltong was sucked and chewed beyond recognition. 

 Try use frozen food as an extra-soothing treat for when they are teething. The cold helps with the inflammation on the gums and offers relief with those itchy gums. 

 The handle is the perfect size and shape for your baby’s small hands, and a quick snap ring allows you to assemble and disassemble your Pulp Feeder fast. The Boon Pulp baby feeder is dishwasher safe and easy to clean. Enjoy the new phase of self-feeding with Boon and no mess. 

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  • Shilpa Garg January 9, 2020 at 3:36 pm

    Kids get the first taste of independence when they start self feeding. We used to make our son sit on a high chair near the dining table during meals. Seeing us eat, he started feeding himself pretty early. If we would try to feed him, he would create a ruckus and was pacified only when he was given his separate bowl and spoon. Though we loved the idea of him eating on his own, but it was a messy affair. Wish we had Boon Pulp Feeder some 15 years ago. LOL 😀 Seems like a great product for kids. Thanks for sharing about it. 🙂

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  • Vidya Sury January 9, 2020 at 5:22 pm

    Love this idea for feeding babies, Julie. I remember one of my son’s sippers had a similar spoon but not as well designed as the Boon pulp feeder. The mesh is a great idea! And the frozen food is sheer brilliance for teething babies! What a great gift this will make!

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  • Ashh Akanksha January 9, 2020 at 10:52 pm

    This pulp spoon looks very convenient to use for babies and toddlers. I wish i bought something like this when my son was at that stage. My nephew has just started sitting independently and is teething as well. I have shared this link with my sister so she can be benefitted.

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  • Rajlakshmi January 10, 2020 at 5:32 am

    My baby is currently at this stage and he has learnt the joy of eating by hand. He practically picks everything and put it in his mouth. I think thi spoon something that my baby would definitely love to have . Will look it up in the baby store nearby. Thank you for sharing.

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