Beginning eaters (6-9 months) seem to approach most meals like one-sided food fights. Handing them a standard squeeze pouch can be a lot like arming them with a small water gun and hoping they don't learn to take aim. Mother and product developer Kristin Ahmer learned this lesson the hard way (in her car, en route to an important event); her spill-proof squeeze bottles are made to spare other parents similar experiences.
Easy to both assemble and clean, Ahmer's silicone pouches are designed to rely on babies" superior sucking skills to dispense pureed food. Once kiddo has become adept at self-feeding (ages 2+), he or she can swap the spill-proof nipple spout for a free-flowing version. Safe to pop in the freezer, these big-kid bottles make an excellent lunchbox addition. Made in China.