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What is worse then trying to get a young child to eat?? If you are a parent you probably got the answer to this right.lol NOTHING! As a mom of three wonderful children I have come across about every situation possible when it comes to feeding children. It is the wrong color, this smells funny, this tastes funny.....what you know I am talking about. Well obviously nothing can fix those but I have found a way to make food FUN! Funbites is an inventive new way to help get your child to eat. I picked the heart shape cutter because....well...my youngest is a girl and EVERYTHING is better if it is a heart right ;o). I have tried cutting everything from watermelon to peanut butter and jelly. The only real problem I found is my daughter likes heavy jelly and my bread broke and jelly squished out haha. I had her helping to cut it though and she just giggled. Having her help me really has not only made eating fun but preparing her food fun! At $12.99 this would make a great Christmas gift for any parent! You can buy them HERE! Make sure to check out them out on Facebook and Twitter where the fun is always ready to eat.

Comments

Melinda Dunne said…
I love the concept of fun bites! I think makes food fun for children.
I love how they make food fun for little kids. My kids would love this!!
Jo Steph said…
Very cute idea! Makes eating fun!
Alaina Bullock said…
I love these, and so does my son! He gets a kick out of the little pieces of his sandwich! They are also great to use on pancakes and fruits! Easy to use and easy to clean!
We have one of these, it is a lifesaver when my son refuses to eat. The cute shape gets him everytime.

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