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Munchkin Silicone Spoons, Colors May Vary, 2 Count
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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful
on March 11, 2013
I thought these spoons would be perfect, especially considering the rave reviews. Not so much! After using the spoons for about a week and not realizing why my baby was crying, both the myself and the babysitter inspected the spoons. It turns out that the mold that create the spoons must have a top and bottom half causing a rough edge where the two parts meet. This is certainly noticeable once you either touch the spoon edge or run the spoon across you own lips. This thing is ROUGH! No wonder my precious little baby's lips would turn red while feeding (and having the exxcess food removed with the tip of the spoon) and she would start crying.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
on September 27, 2013
I bought these spoons for my 7 month old after reading the good reviews. However, he started fussing after a few feeds with this spoon and after 2 days, he stopped wanting to eat at all. I inspected the spoon carefully and found that the edges are not smooth at all. They are rough and uneven, and when you run them over your own skin you can feel how uncomfortable it is. I can't believe they do this mistake on a baby spoon! This is definitely not going near my baby again.
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17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
on August 22, 2011
These spoons are overall excellent. Buy them! Read the other 4 reviews here, they are dead-on correct. The spoons are great for starting your baby on solids. They are smooth 1-piece BPA free silicone which reduces food buildup and makes them super easy to clean (they have no sections where two different surfaces meet where bacteria or food residue can build up - like the metal spoons you can buy that have their tips dipped in plastic).

Two small down-sides that prevented me from giving the spoons a 5 star rating (I might as well be open about these flaws, but don't let these sway your purchase decision, I just wanted people to be aware):
the spoons stain easily (they do not smell and performance is unaffected), the staining is purely cosmetic. We have fed our son sweet potatoes (orange), green beans, carrots, and winter squash, the tip of the spoon has turned orangey instead of clear.
The other small down-side is that they are handle heavy, and in the matching silicone bowls that are available (hard to find but are out there) the spoon will easily tip over the rim.

There are matching silicone bowls that go with these spoons out there also, they're not that easy to find, we bought ours at some big box chain store.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on February 19, 2015
I purchased these spoons without reading the reviews. Some reviewers claimed that the spoons had sharp edges on the sides of the spoon and that it was hurting the baby to eat. Spoons should never be made in a way that they could cut the sensitive sides of the lips. I returned these spoons as soon as I opened the box and bought these Sweet Baby Carrot Baby Spoons, 100% medical grade silicone, 5 star reviews, spoons instead.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful
on December 1, 2013
I purchased these to start to feed my twin boys 'solids' along with the Beaba first stage soft silicone spoons, these are slightly thinner and soft, my boys love to grab and chew on them. I prefer the slightly thinner and narrower shape but these munchkins do have a slight mold line around them, though my boys don't seem bothered by it. Good spoons, if you're on a budget, they'll be fine, but if you have the extra, I'd say go with the Beaba to eliminate any possible discomfort from the mold line that the munchkins have.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on September 1, 2011
I originally got some other silicone spoons for feeding (as a gift) that really disappointed me when they melted in the top rack of the dishwasher. I liked that they had a silicone/rubbery spoon "head", though, as some of the other baby spoons are hard spoons covered in some kind of rubbery coating or else hard/inflexible plastic. These are gentle on my daughter's irritated gums (which are irritated from teething).
I found these to be perfect and very easy to use with one exception, and this is just really an annoying thing to me but may not be to someone else: when I go to put the spoon down in the bowl, the spoon is so long-handled that they often either tip a light-weight bowl over or the spoon itself tips and falls out of the bowl if the bowl is too small. This means that I have to get a lid or napkin to rest the spoon on when I need to set it down between bites. This is a small irritation and one that doesn't detract from the overall big picture, but just wanted to mention it as I deducted one star due to that factor.
Other than that, they are great to use and seem to be soft enough but not too soft as she gets the food in her mouth with much less of a mess. I gave her one to try on her own (sans food, as she's only 7 months old), and she gagged herself multiple times because the spoon is very long, so I'll give her the melted ones from the other brand that are shorter as she didn't gag herself with these. Yes, you can enter the "gag me with a spoon" valley girl joke here. LOL.
Dishwasher safe (I have only tried top-rack washing, though) and cute, too. I ordered two packages and both came pink and green, by the way. So you can't pick your colors. Since I have a girl, this didn't matter to me (and wouldn't even if I had a boy) but some people are very pink=girl, blue=boy, so I thought I'd mention that as well.
All in all, a good purchase and I'm happy with them for the most part.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on November 28, 2011
As you might expect, these spoons are flexible because they're silicone, and that's what makes them AWESOME. Unlike hard plastic or those silicone-coated metal spoons, these allow you to scrape any bowl or jar (or baby's face!) and easily get every last little bit of food. It's like a baby spoon shaped spatula!

While I can't speak to the durability of them once teeth are present, I do like their softness on baby's gums. And just as it gets all the food out of the container, baby can also easily get all the food off the spoon (unlike with hard spoons).

As others have mentioned, they do discolor a bit over time, but I'm guessing it's just staining from the food because it's only on the spoon part. And they ARE a bit handle-heavy (it's only been a problem in empty bowls for me though), but the benefits FAR outweigh these little annoyances (no pun intended!). Other than that, they're perfect!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 7, 2012
Well worth the money! I have used many spoons over the years (childcare) and these are by far my favorite spoons for my little one. He's been using them since he was 3 months old, and loves them. They are soft on baby's gums (unlike the rubber coated metal ones) and food does not dry and crust on it since it is one seamless piece of silicone. Easy to clean, by hand or in the dishwasher, and do not melt or damage when sterilizing in a unit. (that's the best part) Downside to buying from amazon is that you can't pick your colors (color may vary)so it's a 50/50 shot at getting the colors you'd like for your little one. My baby is 7 months old, teething, and the spoons are holding up really well. No bite marks on them or staining (I rinse mine right after use, and I have found that home made food seems to stain less than the jar food for whatever reason)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on October 26, 2012
I'm very happy I bought these. They're sturdy and the bowl of the spoon is not too deep or too shallow - so it holds a decent amount of food without being hard for my daughter to get it off the spoon when she's trying to feed herself. The tip of one of our spoons stained vaguely orange from something (I think it was tomato sauce?), but it's purely cosmetic, the spoon didn't acquire a taste and the silicone is intact. Yes, these are a little heavier than plastic spoons, but hey, just don't sit them on the edge of taller (or very skinny) bowls. I feel better knowing that when my baby starts chewing on her spoon that she's not gnawing on plastic. I take one star off for being so darn pricy...but they're worth it, I just have fewer and wash them by hand every day.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on September 1, 2011
these spoons are great for feeding your little ones. they're just the right size for babies' mouths and are nice and soft for sore gums or just for chewing. plus they're really cute. they're very similar to the beaba silicone spoons but at much more reasonable price. they do tend to stain--i fed my LO carrots and the clear part of the spoon turned a neon yellow. it doesnt affect the performance; silicone just tends to absorb colors. but, for less than $5 for a pair, i'm ok with it. my dog ate one spoon and one spoon got stained, so i bought more. sometimes i give my LO one of these spoons to play with while i feed him with another spoon. he likes to chew on it. he has 2 teeth so far and his chewing hasn't damaged the spoon at all. i have 5 of these and would get more if they came in more colors.
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