Monday, 25 June 2012

mOmma Toddler Competition

My youngest son was a huge fan of eating his food then chucking his plate on the floor afterwards (I was not kidding previously when I mentioned he is semi feral!), so plastic plates became something of a must in our household… I cannot even blame it on him being part Greek (seeing as he has English and Welsh roots).

So it is with pleasure I bring you a competition for not only a plastic plate but so much more.  Mealtimes are so stressful, food is lobbed randomly around the place, after a couple of bites that actually manage to hit their target, boredom sets in and the moaning starts to leave the table.  Well hopefully for the winner this could soon change, they can enjoy an all singing all dancing Developmental Warm Meal Set.
The fork and spoon are shaped in an interesting manner, which should spark some enthusiasm to stop them decorating the kitchen in food and get down to the process of eating.  The perfect set for children taking the first step to independence and feeding themselves, for one the non-slip and non-flip technology will completely baffle them and keep them guessing… in-between enjoying the rocking motion of the spoon and fork!

To buy your set head over to Amazon and part with a very reasonable £13.99, but make sure you also complete the rafflecopter below by the 12th of July because winning is a nice feeling too.
a Rafflecopter giveaway

100 comments:

  1. My daughter was using 2 forks to scoop up her peas at tea today

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  2. Hmmm that klout thing, I joined and hope i did what i had to as i was a bit confused

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  3. I don't have any children but I would like to win this prize to donate to charity to go to Romania.

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  4. She looks at me straight in the eye and releases food to the floor, then the plate and jauntily declares it "all gone"

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  5. Likes to blow bubbles with every mouthful. Cute at first...irritating now.. 

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  6. putting food in her mouth and spitting it out

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  7. Suzanne Sendell26 June 2012 at 06:36

    throwing food down for the dog to eat

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  8. They look really funky. I wish they made stuff like this for us grown ups. 

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  9. My youngest daughter has a habit of offering her 2 brother and sister items from her plate or offering to swap, eg, a potato for a carrot!

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  10. Always playing with her hair when shes got food/sauce over her hands. The more messy her hands are the more happy she is

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  11. my son always manages to get food all over himself, hair and everything!

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  12. my son always no matter what will eat his veg first on every meal! x

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  13. you know he's full when he keeps wanting to go to the toilet

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  14. Feeding all her food to the dog :(

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  15. Feeding it all to the dog :(

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  16. at 8 months his new habit is picking his food up & squishing it as hard as possible in his hands, fun & messy times :)

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  17. sliding the plate across the table when finished. 

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  18. stephanie tsang26 June 2012 at 08:43

    My daughter likes to smell her food before eating it. 

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  19. Gobbling too fast ..then being sick :(

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  20. Separating all her food groups so they don't touch ...

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  21. offering food for our dog

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  22. Pushing food out between her teeth (only got two)

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  23. pulling faces when she touches different food

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  24. Debbie Burfoot26 June 2012 at 10:07

    as soon as the food goes in my little one sucks his fingers

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  25. Kieranwalsh194926 June 2012 at 10:25

    Summer, loves to see how, how much food she can smear on her face

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  26. loves food , eats the lot

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  27. Using as many utensils as possible

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  28. My daughter is 6 months old and is already trying to feed herself, she grabs for the spoon and even the bowl, maybe I should try baby led weaning.

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  29. My Grand-Daughter loves holding a spare spoon whilst she is being fed and if you're not 100% vigilant she will have the bowl as well!

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  30. pulling faces when she touches different food

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  31. spitting food out :(

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  32. Nathalie Taylor26 June 2012 at 17:56

    My son likes to try and feed himself, causing lots of mess but so sweet at the same time :) 

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  33. My grand-daughter insists on feeding herself with everything-not so good with yogurt though

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  34. My son loves his food, it's unusual for him to leave anything or waste it by dropping it on the floor!

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  35. My Son Likes to " Try mummys and daddys food" Aswell as his own...

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  36. Her love for all sorts of food is amazing!

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  37. Counting peas, beans etc

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  38. Gillian Thompson27 June 2012 at 06:16

    love the colours and chunky handles

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  39. Holding the bottle herself since she was 5 months old and won,t let go of it until she has finished the milk

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  40. every since she was tiny she has being indipendant she does not let me feed her at all i guess that is a good thing but i would have liked to baby her x

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  41. My little one has always been determinded to feed herself, she has to hold the spoon with me or it ends in tears!

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  42. Throwing everything on the floor - I know its common but still annoying.

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  43. Either throwing it on the floor or saying Errr to everything :/

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  44. Picking out bits of mushroom or onion no matter how small! Drives me up the wall!

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  45. Taking an absolute age to finish and avoiding veg wherever possible!

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  46. claire griffiths27 June 2012 at 23:14

    taking food thats in his mouth to look at it 

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  47. my 19 mth old boy tries to 'hide' the food he doesnt want underneath his plate - drives me crazy lol! x

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  48. Falling asleep in the middle of dinner

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  49. my 26 month old like to ask what we are eating after every mouthful!

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  50. he eats almost anything i put in front of him, hes a great eater.x

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  51. chucking on the floor unfortunately!

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  52. Kate Cunningham1 July 2012 at 22:41

    Granddaughter likes to hold her own spoon while her mum feeds her.

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  53. son sniffs before his meal so annoying, disgusting habit lol 

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  54. Hilda Hazel Wright4 July 2012 at 09:54

    My son used to like to chuck the whole plate on the floor and then lean over his highchair looking at it!

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  55. spitting it out

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  56. Making it in to faces!!

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  57. My 11 month old finds it very amusing to throw his food at me!
     

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  58. My baby boy isn't on solids yet. My nephew has an interesting habit of saying "Gabriel doesn't eat GREEN" 

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  59. Emptying the tray on the highchair of anything he doesn't want!!

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  60. My son has to have everything in a bowl and also insists on using a spoon. Even when eating toast and cake

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  61. Lyndsay Valentine8 July 2012 at 12:29

    My daughter insists on mushing everything I put in front of her with her fists, then laughing 

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  62. my daughter loves to tip the plate as soon as i give her her food then put it back on the plate- 

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  63. Simon Thompson9 July 2012 at 01:45

    falling asleep in their food 

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  64. every meal time my lil boy tips his bowl so it all goes flyin on floor then he wonders were his food has gone x

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  65. My sons habit at the moment is just point blank refusing to eat :( So any ideas any one has to help will be welcomed! Xx

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  66. My daughter has just started leaning right back and tipping her head as far back as posssible and laughing at the ceiling!!

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  67. Using her fingers all the time.

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  68. My little one is just ready to move onto solids so as yet has no interesting or strange habits! But one of my older children used to love eating with his fingers and then rubbing it in his hair whilst laughing hysterically!

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  69. Tamalyn Roberts10 July 2012 at 16:30

    my kids eat loads but the mess!! its horrendous lol 

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  70. My son blows raspberries with porridge in his mouth! yuk!

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  71. My FLynn makes so much noise, but it does mean he's enjoying it! He claps, points, squeals althroughout his meals!

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  72. Joel hasnt started eating yet but hes about a month away, i know he will love his food!!

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  73. Handing you the plate when he has finished - you need to take it quickly before it goes on the floor.

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  74. Fascinated by the salt and pepper pots

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  75. this looks fab- thanks for the comp:-)

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  76. my little boy is 14 months loves alot of his food, but what he dont like he tends to spit it out or throw it on the floor, the little monkey lol x

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  77. sticking his fingers in it then touching his hair

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  78. my son always turns his plate so that the sauce on the plate is closest to him lol

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  79. tipping her plate up when she has finished her meal

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  80. colette hallinan11 July 2012 at 20:39

    Chlo likes to sneakily feed the dog - but doesn't seem to realise that means she loses her food and screams when she realises it's gone!

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  81. She always has to have a spoon in each hand, but is too lazy to actually use them!!

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  82. Samantha Atherton11 July 2012 at 21:56

    My little angel loves to pull her bib off and empty it over her head.

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  83. We have to all start eating at the same time

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  84. Christina Michael12 July 2012 at 05:03

    pushing unwanted food around the plate

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  85. He likes wiping the food over the high chair tray!

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  86. What a clever idea definitely need this my youngest is 2 and his plate and cutlery always end up on the floor then he likes to smear his unwanted  food over the table except if it's meatball's he never leaves any of them lol x

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  87. She likes to put her food in her hands and inspect it before actually putting it in her mouth :)

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  88. Katiewalters2512 July 2012 at 08:35

    my son likes to add ketchup to anything, even to things like a curry

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  89. being that my son is still young he is always trying to put his hand in the bowl as i feed him!  gets messy!

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  90. Theresa barlas12 July 2012 at 09:53

    my little girl's current fav is to drop her food on the floor, every single meal time

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  91. When he's done he throws his plate across the table!

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  92. Mrs_dana_adams12 July 2012 at 13:50

    Brilliant competition. My daughter likes to shove peas down the radiator and the wall beside her high chair looks like it's been graffitied in food. Good luck everyone. x

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  93. My son is also a plate thrower. He also likes to throw food everywhere except into his mouth, but is very happy to eat off everybody elses plates! 

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  94. Daisy likes to eat her food in layers. So if she has a sandwich she will take the top bread off, lick the margarine off it, then eat the bread, the filling, the next lot of margarine then the last bit of bread.....don't know where she gets it from but I did notice her Daddy doing a similar thing with a mars bar recently! @piperanddaisy 

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  95. having a spoon, running round the table, then having another!

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  96. melanie stirling12 July 2012 at 23:07

    They both hum while they eat,I think it's a bit strange!

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