Munchkin Feeding Giveaway

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One of the most exciting and challenging transitions for babies (and parents) is moving away from homemade baby food purees to feeding them toddler food. Most of the nerves come from the idea that your baby will choke on solids which is totally understandable. If you’ve ever heard your baby gag on a piece of food, it’s enough to make you head back to CPR class for your little one. Now that I’m embarking on the baby food game with our little girl, Gemma, I’ve been ordering all of my favorite gear to help feeding little ones.

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LATCH Bottle: Designed to ease the transition from breast to bottle and back again, this is the ideal bottle for breastfeeding moms. The bottle is affixed with an accordion style nipple, so baby can attain the proper “latch,” while the anti-colic valve allows for breast milk to flow while ensuring air bubbles do not travel through the breast milk.

Latch Bottle Feeding

I’m breastfeeding her now, but have had to run out now and then with my older kids so I’ve been pumping and putting the milk in these super easy to use LATCH bottles. It’s even great for kids to feed their baby siblings! I’ve only given it to her 4 times, but so far she’s gulped every last drop. Even when you’re transitioning from baby food to toddler recipes, I bet many kids will still be wanting to hold on to their bottles. I know that was true for my older kids.

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Fresh Food Feeder: The mesh fresh food feeder allows mom to serve baby fresh and delicious finger foods without giving cause for concern, making it the ideal feeding item for transitioning into solids.

When Kenya and Chloe were transitioning from purees to toddler bites I would give them cups to drink from on their own. It’s important that little ones have independence in eating and their own cup will be a big help. You want to allow toddlers to start being able to hold their own spoon when eating, drink from their own cup and hold food so they're an active participant in the feeding process instead of a passive one.

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Miracle 360 Cup: This spoutless, spill-proof cup teaches kids how to drink from a normal cup, while promoting oral development (it was designed with a pediatric dentist). The BPA-Free cup is also dishwasher safe and easy to clean. Cheers to that!

One of my favorite gadgets I used when Kenya and Chloe were toddlers were Fresh Food Feeders. You can put any of their favorite foods inside (bananas were always their favorite) and allow them to suck on them without the worry of them choking. When you’re able to put that fear aside feeding becomes much easier and stress-free.

Munchkin rids the world of the mundane by developing clever, innovative solutions that make family life safer, easier, and more fun. You can find Munchkin products at Munchkin.com, Target, Babies’R’Us, Walmart, and Amazon. It’s the little things!

Munchkin is offering one Weelicious reader the chance to win a prize package bundle! Just tell me in the comments below your child's favorite food as a baby for a chance to win. Good luck!

This post is sponsored by Munchkin. All views and opinions expressed are my own.

Giveaway Details

Prize_ One (1) lucky weelicious reader will receive a prize bundle full of tools to make baby meal time easier. This giveaway is sponsored by Munchkin. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Duration_ This giveaway will be open until Thursday, October 8th at 11_59pm.

How To Enter_ Leave a comment below. For more chances to win, share this giveaway on Pinterest, Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Google+ with the hashtag #WeeliciousGiveaways, and leave a separate comment for each letting me know you've done so.

Who Can Enter_ Open to residents in the U.S. only.

How Winner Will Be Chosen_ The winner(s) will be chosen at random and will be notified via email. The winner(s) will have 48 hours to respond or a new winner will be chosen.

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Hi, I’m Catherine. Mama of three. A Kentucky girl living in California. Here’s what I know: all kids can be great eaters and mealtime must be easy. I create simple, healthy recipes the whole family will love.