Wednesday, December 4, 2013

Squeezable is Always Fun {and so are giveaways!}

When you have a kid with cheeks like these, it's hard to resist giving him lots of squeezes and kisses during the day!

And when you start feeding that kid solid foods (which is a whole other topic!), you love anything that helps make that process simpler. Because, let me tell you, starting a baby on solids was a bit overwhelming for us--so many choices!

But, if you've been reading my blog for any amount of time, you'd know that I love stuff that makes life simple. Any product that is simple, easy, and affordable definitely catches my eye!

So, when I saw the ReSqueeze packets, I was definitely interested in trying them.

I loved that they were:
  • reusable
  • cute
  • can be filled with your own recipes and homemade (or not homemade) purees
  • freezable
  • easy to take on the go

So, we tried them out. Granted, Luke is a little young and doesn't quite know how to use them yet. But, it was easy to squeeze out a little for him, let him play with the packet, and make eating time new and fun! Now, after some practice, he's starting to get the hang of it :)

(obviously he dug them!)

After using them, here's what I loved:
  • easy to fill (you just open the bottom, spoon the food in, and zip it back up)
  • you can determine the amount in the packet (this especially perfect since Luke doesn't eat too much yet)
  • easy for Luke to hold onto
  • did I mention cute?
  • easy to clean after use
  • they even have lots of fun recipes on their site


Although I don't think that feeding Luke with food from a pouch is a daily thing, I do think that they are perfect for on the go or as a little snack.

And I'd definitely recommend them--especially if you are fond of making your own purees, reusing products, and want to save money :)

So, ReSqueeze is offering a 4-pack of ReSqueeze packets to one of you!




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*I was given a set of pouches to review, but all opinions are 100% mine

2 comments:

  1. I meant to use pouches only as an "on the go" option, but now Riley can hold them herself and self-feed, so when we use purees, that's usually the route we take. I've never actually used baby food in a jar... ? Is that weird? And yes, your bambino is super squeezeable!

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  2. I've been looking at them but wanted a 'real persons' product review, Thanks Nicole!

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