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Meet the Innovative Spuni #Review

Disclaimer:  I was given the products in this post for the purpose of a review. 
I was not paid in any way to write this review.
All opinions are my own.

Mommy remembers when I first started learning to eat. She said it was always an adventure. Most of the food I ate ended up on the floor, on my face with some of it going into my mouth. We tried lots of different spoons. Expensive ones, not so expensive ones until mommy just gave up. Mommy wished she had heard of Spuni back then. When Spuni contacted mommy so that she can share this amazing spoon with the world, mommy said yes! Now you may be wondering, "what makes Spuni different from the other baby spoons on the market?" We received a set of Spuni spoons and I can say that there is certainly a big difference which we will tell you all about. 

Spuni comes in sets of two's with very cute names. We received the Giggly Green and Peekaboo Purple but you can also get: Bouncing Blue and Oops Orange, Bubbly Blue and Lucky Lemon, Neon and Playful Pink. 

Spuni is the first latching spoon for infants. Spuni's unique "tulip" profile is designed to promote the latching instinct that baby develops during breast and bottle feeding. This ingenious design allows a baby to suck and swallow food off the spoon creating less waste, while improving feeding sessions for both baby and parent. 
$18 - Recommended age: 6m+

Spuni was designed by two MIT friends who "engineered" a design to improve the feeding experience for infants and their caregivers through their transition from fluids to solids. Most babies start eating solids from around age 6 months and Spuni was designed to help with that.

Now one of the things that mommy liked about Spuni was the length of the handle. Most first spoons usually have a short handle which is great for us toddlers. The long handle of Spuni makes it easier for mommies and daddies to get the food into baby's mouth. Babies usually have a habit of grabbing on to the spoon while you are feeding them, with a longer handle this is perfect.

Now if you notice, Spuni tip is designed a lot different from the ordinary spoon as well. The unique "tulip" tip also makes it a lot easier for babies whose instinct is to latch, it makes it easier for them to suck on the spoon. Now more of baby's food would end up in his tummy instead of everywhere else. Making it great for parents because now you would have less of a mess to clean up as well. The tip is also soft so it is gentle on baby's sensitive gums.

Now Spuni is dishwasher safe and is BPA, BPS, Phthalates and PVC Free. It is non-toxic and also Hypoallergenic. I really love the design of Spuni and although this is great for babies it doesn't hold enough for me being a toddler. It is the perfect spoon for babies. Now if only they would make a bigger one for toddlers. *hint*

I truly recommend Spuni for babies making it their very first spoon. Spuni gets my Two Tiny Thumbs Up!

You can buy your very own Spuni on their website or on Amazon. You can also connect with Spuni via:

Disclosure: Growing Up Madison receives products in order to conduct reviews. No monetary compensation was provided unless noted otherwise. All opinions are 100% my own. Some posts may contain affiliate links that I receive commission for payment from in exchange for referrals. In the event of a giveaway, the sponsor is responsible for delivery of the prize, unless otherwise noted in the posting. Giveaways are not sponsored by Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+ or any other social media site. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I personally believe will be a good fit for my readers. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising."

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  1. Brilliant!!! I wish these were around when my guys were babies. It looks like a great way to learn!

  2. oh f i had a kid to feed..... :D

  3. what a great little spoon for learning to eat wish they had these when son was small

  4. I wish we had this about a year ago when we started Des on solids! He was such a mess. He's gotten better these days with the fork and spoon, but this is a wonderful technology!

  5. I wish I had these when my boys were little :) They made such a big mess with the kids metal spoons! Sounds like a great product!

  6. Wow! That looks like a great first spoon for babies! Where were they when mine were small!?

  7. I like the fact the Spuni teaches latching in young babies. I had a lot of issue with both my kids when it came to nursing them when they were little. They just didn't get the idea of latching! I wish I knew about Spuni on those trying times :) Great review!

  8. This addresses a whole new niche as far as early learning! (And they're cute, too, you can't beat that!)

  9. Where were all these things when I had my Daughter? I had a hard metal spoon that I think she still has in a drawer. Love the softness of these spoons... and the colors too.

  10. The things I've learned and what now exist... thanks to your site. How I wish these were in stores when my babies were babies. But good to know and share with others who might need these. Thanks!

  11. Love the colors and great design :) What a long way we've come. I still have some old Sesame Street stainless steel utensils from my now 33yr old ! I know some adults that could re-learn how to eat with utensils too! hmmm, a subtle hint kinda gift haha

  12. These look great! If I were looking for spoons, the color names themselves might sell the product. :)

  13. I like these a lot! They would have been great to have when my boys were little. I've shared this with some friends of mine who have babies/toddlers. Nice find!

  14. This is genius! I wish I would have known about it when my guy was little too.

  15. I needed this when Ms. B was little!! Now I am having trouble getting her to hold the spoon and feed herself at 19 months old. She is being so lazy. She can do it, but puts the spoon down and wants us to feed her instead. I wish there was something I could do to get her to do it herself. If I had something like when she was little, the process now wouldnt be so hard. Thanks for introducing this to us!

  16. What a smart idea for a spoon! Keeping these in mind for my next baby!

  17. Whoa! The students who came up with this are awesome. I too had a hard time feeding my babies. I'd make extra, because 80% of the food I served ended up on the floor. Soo wasteful! (The dog didn't think so though). I think this would even work with my daughter now - since she loves to shovel food in like it's going out of style haha. Smaller bites might help her!

    I will be on the lookout for a toddler/kid version of the Spuni! I love all the goofy silly color names too. :)

  18. This is something that my youngest could benefit from he is just learning how to feed himself.

  19. looks like a great product I wish I would have heard about these when my kids were younger it would have prevented a lot less mess

  20. This looks like one of my favorite products on your site. I love it! Looks great!

  21. WOW! My sister-in-law is currently pregnant but now I know what I'm getting the baby when he starts eating. I always find the coolest things on your site.

  22. I have a 3 month old, so we will be needing these soon! Thanks for sharing!


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