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How long did it take Babybear to defeat the Tommee Tippee stick-the-plate-to-the-highchair thing?

Who said 30 seconds? Yep, that's right.

The bowl was stuck tight, tight, tight to the tray, there was no way it was shifting… until I turned around and Babybear frisbeed her spaghetti bolognese across the room. I've tried it again a couple of times with different plates and things and she overwhelms them all with her Hulk-like strength.

It cost a fiver… available from all good supermarkets selling baby shite you don't need that doesn't work.

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18 Responses to “How long did it take Babybear to defeat the Tommee Tippee stick-the-plate-to-the-highchair thing?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Thanks Aitch. Was looking at those the other day wondering whether TheBubs was getting mature enough to have a bowl in front of her without launching it at the ceiling. You've saved me a fiver there!

  2. Anonymous says:

    That saves us a fiver too. Sounds like such a good idea until it's actually put in front of a baby!

  3. Anonymous says:

    yes Aitch, your willingness to try out all the tat has saved a few fivers – I similarily paused by one in John Lewis

  4. Anonymous says:

    No takers??

  5. Anonymous says:

    I am nothing if not thorough in my research, Morv… and you know I love a gimmick.
    Ahem, Thell, mine is also for sale, perhaps we should do a BOGOFF deal? Or perhaps we should just tell Tommee Tippee to bog off in future?

  6. Anonymous says:

    Dammit. I succumbed in Tesco yesterday to both that, and a giant suction-type bowl thingy. Both useless. Anyone want to by a Tommee Tippee thingy and I'll throw in a free giant suction-type bowl…No?…Ho hum.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Doh!!! Me too. Mothercare….. Damn those Tommee Tippee people and it was in a lovely lilac-ish colour.
    Surely there must be another creative use for it???!!

  8. Anonymous says:

    something in the bath, maybe?
    this really is outrageous, you know, they don't seem to have worked for anyone yet…

  9. Anonymous says:

    Being a Primary School Teacher thought it was my duty to make a few suggestions to those who did waste a fiver on said items;
    1) Paint bowls – think of those lovely christmas cards you could make with finger/hand painting!! Granny would love them. Paint under nails a bugger though.
    2) Give to husband – to add to collection of rather unuseful gaardening items he collects. I must add our law has not been mowed for 3 weeks so he is not even green fingered!
    3) Give to mother. She has a whole cupboard of tupperware. One more is'nt really going to make a difference. Perhaps ypu coould swap an item so the door of this cupboard does shut without everything falling out.
    4) Ask me again when I am back at work and have a brain… may be some time.
    Any other useful suggestions.

  10. Anonymous says:

    suction for glasses for drunken adult partys – we have a friend who regularly crashes into a table on his way home. Although maybe we should just give him a tomme tippee mug.

  11. Anonymous says:

    We were sucked in too! It's useless! :) Maybe we should complain enmasse to Tommee Tippee?

  12. Anonymous says:

    I thought I was just being useless!
    the Munch can defeat it, but her dad can't, cue hilarity when he tries to hand me his plate after dinner (so childish…) so there's a use for you, winding up slightly inebriated men!

  13. Anonymous says:

    ROFL Rowan…

  14. Anonymous says:

    …to be fair to Tommee Tippee, I hadn't used that mat before making the above comment. I decided to try it to see if it was any use, and we've had a 2/2 success rate so far. Angelcake enjoyed experimenting with yoghurt and ready brek this week, dipping fingers in, sucking her spoon and tentatively licking food off of the spoon I loaded up…and failing to throw the bowl across the room!
    I'll keep you posted with how long it takes her.

  15. Anonymous says:

    don't let her see the escape tab… that's what did it for me and Babybear.

  16. Anonymous says:

    third meal.
    she just lifted the whole lot off the table.
    although perhaps the orange juice on the table helped her out.

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  18. Anonymous says:

    Fidget prefers to eat the bowl and the suction thingy!

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