As a parent, you probably know just how frustrating it can be for you to help the baby make the transition from liquid to solid food. Food Feeder Plus is a small gadget that helps parents and babies found in this situation.
Babies can be quite stubborn when it comes to what, when and how they are eating. You shouldn’t be mad at them, though, as they’re not doing this intentionally. They often develop an eating schedule that no one else on the planet is aware of, so when you’re getting the impression that they’re hungry, don’t act surprised when they’re holding their mouth shut as soon as you’re getting the spoon near them. And that happens if you’re lucky, as sometimes they can even decide to hit the spoon if it comes close to their mouths, and seeing food spread all over the surrounding area is not exactly a pleasant sight.
Food Feeder Plus was developed by Herman Lo and Justin Cheung, two designers who are really concerned about the well-being of your baby. The previous version of this little gadget, simply known as Food Feeder, even won some awards, mostly because it does more than just helping babies get used to solid food. Food Feeder promotes the early development of motor skills and helps quite a lot with the hand-eye coordination.
As the name suggests, the plus version is made for older babies. The dimensions of the flexible silicone sac suggest the same thing, as this one can easily store twice as much fresh food as the previous generation. The egg-shaped case that Food Feeder Plus comes with doubles as a grinder.
One of the best things about Food Feeder Plus is that it encourages babies to self-feed. Using it is so intuitive that the babies will realize right away what needs to be done with it. Not at last, this gadget also works as a teether, for when the babies finish eating the contained food. Probably it’s not the best thing in the world to continue using teethers at this point, but you should keep in mind that Food Feeder Plus is a device that helps with the transition between liquid and solid food, so it should include elements pertaining to both types of feeding.