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Baby Dipper Bowl
The Baby Dipper bowl enables parents to feed a baby using only one hand and helps toddlers learn to feed themselves. Read More
Who says a bowl has to be round? The patented triangular-shaped Baby Dipper® bowl allows one-handed feeding of infants and makes self-feeding easy for toddlers. The non-slip base, contoured interior, spoon-shaped lower corner, and colorful transparent sides combine to make mealtime a fun and clean experience for all. Parents can use their free hand to clean or entertain baby, or to keep baby's hands out of the bowl. Toddlers can concentrate on getting their food onto their spoons and into their mouths, and avoid the frustrations of chasing the food around the bowl and the bowl around the table. The Baby Dipper bowl has proven helpful to older children with special needs or developmental delays.
About The Mom
Barbara Schantz, mom of twin girls, Greta and Cora, born in 2004, and also the mother of twin boys, Franklin and Carlton, born in 2008, is the inventor of the patented Baby Dipper bowl. As a stay-at-home mom of twin babies, she faced the daunting task of feeding them. Frustrated with the bowls she had already purchased, she investigated and bought other bowls, but still remained disappointed. The vision for the Baby Dipper® bowl came to her when Cora and Greta were about 6 months old, not long after they started eating baby cereal and other pureed foods. She needed a bowl that required only one hand to successfully feed a baby, but wasn't able to find one on the market that satisfied this need, so she designed one that solved the problem.