Peanut Started Solids!

So we started Peanut on solids. We decided to go with Squash (we gave him butternut) because I read it was one of the best food for babies to start out with.

This is from his first time eating:

And this video is from after I made some homemade yellow squash baby food which he loved even more! He has also tried applesauce which he isn't really a fan of (of course it was jar food) and carrots (which he LOVES). I've been using the baby food recipes that came with my Cook-n-Blend baby food maker.

So since I am a Nuby Mommy Blogger, I get sent some amazing products to review occasionally. And I was sent a SoftFlex™ Infafeeder™ to test out. I thought it would be great for when we went out to eat because it was designed so you squeeze the right amount of baby food onto the spoon. What I think is a very neat feature, if you own the Store n’ Feed™ Breastmilk Storage Containers the lids can be used for the Infafeeder as well. This helps to tote homemade baby food around in the diaper bag. It kind of looks like a bottle, but they eat from it as they would a spoon.

Nuby Infafeeder Review
It holds about 5oz of food (which my little man isn't quite up to yet). My little guy has also started teething, so the soft, silicone spoon is perfect for his sensitive gums. The only issue is that you need to make sure the baby food is completely covering the small hole before you squeeze the baby food out because otherwise it will squirt everywhere. My sister was asking how the Infafeeder was working and then no joke, it squirted all over her, my niece, and little brother. LOL

The Nuby SoftFlex™ Infafeeder™ is available for purchase at, Kmart, or Ross!

I think we are going to start him on Avocado or Sweet Potatoes this week. I haven't quite decided yet!

What were some of the first foods you fed your little one? What do you think of the Infafeeder?

I received products mentioned above complimentary for the purposes for review. I received no additional compensation. All opinions are my own.

1 comment

  1. He looks so adorable!! I love that Nuby SoftFlex Infafeeder! I had never even heard of it before now but it looks really neat! Thanks for sharing!


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