EasyPouch: A Clever Self-Feeding Utensil

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I remember the first time I saw squeezable applesauce pouches, it was when my son was about 9-months-old. I thought that this was a brilliant idea, and, I was eager to let Evan try feeding himself. Cut to about five minutes later, when he was covered head to toe in applesauce because he just didn’t know how to properly squeeze the pouch yet.

Now, there’s a solution to this issue, and the solution is EasyPouch! As your baby learns to feed himself, food pouches are a convenient solution at snack time. EasyPouch is first product of its kind to help your child feed themselves independently with food pouches, and it prevents all of the mess!

Some features include clever slots on back to attach a tether onto a stroller or highchair and child resistant latches that are still easy for parents to open and close. They also clean-up easy and fit a variety of standard size food pouches.

I really just love it when people come up with great ideas to make infant and toddler feeding easier. Sometimes it can feel like each new phase that our children transition into is full of challenges, but with the right products, the changes are easier for everyone!

If your child is nearing the self-feeding phase, be sure to pick one of these up on online. You can also follow EasyPouch on Facebook for more information and clever ideas.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of EasyPouch. The opinions and text are all mine.

Crissy Page

Hi, I'm Crissy, the founder and editor of Parent Pretty. I'm a 30-something mom from Ohio who loves photography, my two beautiful children, and Diet Coke. You might recognize me from my main blog, Dear Crissy. You can also find me on Twitter @Crissy.

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