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The Gerber Graduates Soft-Bite Infant Spoons are the perfect solution for feeding your baby! Soft-Bite Infant Spoons have soft, silicone tips that are gentle on your baby's teeth and gums. The durable stainless steel handle are curved and longer for extra comfort. Dishwasher-safe and BPA-free. This set includes (6) spoons in assorted colors and is designed for children 4-months of age and older. The NUK family of brands designs safe and fun products that encourage your baby's development. NUK is committed to nurturing your children's healthy transitions from birth to toddler and has worked for over 50 years to design high quality, innovative products that are scientifically proven to support safe and healthy development. Visit www.amazon.com/nuk for all your baby and toddler needs.
Gerber soft bite spoons for infants have a soft, silicone tip that is gentle on mouth and gums for babies learning to eat.
The perfect first spoons for little mouths and sensitive gums! We may graduate to something else as my daughter gets bigger and continues to learn to eat, but I prefer these over... Read morePublished 4 days ago by L. Hallford
I purchased these and didn't realize the were a "pointed" tip. My 4 month old doesn't really care for them. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Casey
Received these and the Plastic coating was coming apart. This is not something I would be comfortable using for my baby. Threw them away. Read morePublished 15 days ago by Nicole
After trying multiple infant spoons to allow my 6 month old to begin feeling what it is like to feed himself (I am still doing the work of feeding, but want him to get used to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by swedishchef
These spoons are just as expected from the product description, and have worked great in transitioning my son to soft foods. Read morePublished 1 month ago by B. Olson
Great spoons, but once baby's mouth gets bigger, they can get frustrated by the little bits of food this spoon can hold. I went to bigger spoons.Published 1 month ago by WFHMomma
I'm actually a 23 year old woman, who just so happens to enjoy eating yogurt, ice cream, pudding, or any small soft served dish with a very small infant sized spoon..... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Courtney