Feeding twin toddlers can be a lot of fun. I love seeing their faces light up when they take a bite out of a new food they love or when they share their food with each other. As they got older, I loved seeing what independent eaters they became. But Olivia – oh, sweet Olivia. She is my messy one. I love giving both of them the pouches of food for snack time or lunch. It’s easy for all of us but recently Olivia has taken to grabbing her pouch and then squeezing it all over her highchair tray or herself. She thinks it’s hilarious but I’m the one cleaning the mess up every day!
Enter the EasyPouch: the No Squeeze, No Mess, baby food pouch feeder. This product, while simple, is helping moms everywhere keep their kids mess-free while learning to eat independently. Now self-feeding can be easy, not messy!
The EasyPouch Independence holds both small and large disposable food pouches. It’s made of recyclable materials and comes in a bright green color so it’s easy to find in your diaper bag! Recommended for children 9 months and up, it’s easy to place a pouch in it and then snap the EasyPouch up. It features child resistant latches – oh, how Evie tried to open it – but it’s easy for parents to open.
Olivia and Evie were so intrigued by the EasyPouch. It fit perfectly in their little hands and they had no problems eating their applesauce during snack time. Best of all, Olivia didn’t made a mess at all!
The EasyPouch Independence is the perfect solution for parents who are wanting to encourage their children to become self-feeders. It’s conveniently sold in pairs so there is one for the diaper bag and one for the home – or you know, one for each twin! It also features slots on the back so you can tether it to a stroller or a highchair.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of EasyPouch. The opinions and text are all mine.