Saturday, May 25, 2013

Product Review: Nuby iMonster Snack Keeper

The Happy Wife: Nuby iMonster Snack Keeper
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About the Nuby iMonster Snack Keeper

No more messy snacks! Our unique Snack Keeper™ cup keeps kid-sized snacks inside the container instead of on the floor or car seat. The soft silicone flaps make it easy to grab snacks without spilling. Nûby™ feeding accessories are made to withstand the challenges of daily use and retain their bright color.  It is also free of Bisphenol A.
The Happy Wife: Nuby iMonster Snack Keeper

My thoughts on Nuby iMonster Snack Keeper

My little guy loves this Snack Keeper!  It is recommended for ages 12 months and up, but Sam started using it around 10 months and does just fine with it.  As he gets older, I am sure he will enjoy it even more as he imagines feeding his monster, or stealing food from his mouth.  The arms also move so you can lift them so the palms face upward.  Sam's older brother (almost 5 years old) enjoyed putting Cheerios on the monsters hands and watching Sam eat them off.  He kept saying the monster was feeding Sam.  The silicone mouth does a good job of holding the snacks in, but some will come out if shaken with a little force.  None-the-less, it is difficult to make them ALL come flying out if dropped or shaken, so it still helps to minimize the clean up.

I like that it is easy to get the top off for cleaning, but it is not easy for the baby to remove it.  It is also top shelf dishwasher safe, so I can easily just separate it and throw it in for a wash. It is also nice for portion control in that Sam can only get so many in his hand at a time and still be able to bring his hand out of the monster's mouth, preventing him from shoving every piece of food he sees into his mouth at one time.

I recommend this to any one with an older baby, toddler, or pre-schooler who likes friendly monsters.

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