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Postby Rosebud » 29 Oct 2007, 21:49

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Postby Aitch » 30 Oct 2007, 00:05

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Postby Loubylou » 30 Oct 2007, 08:41

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Postby Aitch » 30 Oct 2007, 11:34

you can do whatever you like, louby. :wink: anyway if she doesn't like them you'll be using them in a few months anyway.
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Postby AB&M » 30 Oct 2007, 13:42

Bruno was given a normal tea spoon at the weekend by aunty although it had a thick plastic handle. He seemed to like it better than some of the plastic spoons I've tried to get him to use.

Weaning spoons seem pointless when in the hands of a baby - especially one who holds the spoon right next to the spoony bit!
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Postby realsLINshady » 30 Oct 2007, 20:11

We've got a cheap-as-chips Woolies set with metal heads & plastic stalks. She loves both the fork and the spoon. They have "Fork" and "Spoon" and "Knife" written on the handles. Cost about £2 as I recall and were recommended on the blog.
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Postby Rosebud » 31 Oct 2007, 20:49

Sorry, not techy enough to do links, but if you Google 'CKS +baby spoons' you get a few sites that sell them, including Amazon. I've also seen them with co-ordinating paraphenelia in fancy cook shops.
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Postby Rosebud » 31 Oct 2007, 20:52

Sorry, not techy enough to do links, but if you Google 'CKS +baby spoons' you get a few sites that sell them, including Amazon. I've also seen them with co-ordinating paraphenelia in fancy cook shops.
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Postby Aitch » 31 Oct 2007, 23:49

for the record, the blooming link button is gubbed on here, however if you just copy the link it comes up automatically. i have no idea why.
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Postby Fairy » 01 Nov 2007, 20:51

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Postby ruecaterine » 02 Nov 2007, 20:33

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Postby AB&M » 02 Nov 2007, 21:15

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Postby ruecaterine » 02 Nov 2007, 22:10

The only useful thing was the spoon and offer to get more.

Have stopped being lazy and found a useful link for the offer:
http://www.petitsfilous.co.uk/index.php ... &titleID=3

Three spoons for £1.49.
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