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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Fun Mealtime with Funbites

Listen up parents! Are you "fed up" on doing the same stuff many times each day and feeling so helpless about it? Some things have to be that way like ironing clothes, doing the laundry, cooking and making the house neat and tidy. That is part of parental role, nurturing a family and taking care of them. I am not referring to that because somehow, technology and innovation makes the job done easy for all of those right?

Okay now, meal time with your kids, how and what it is like? Do you spend time cutting their food into bite size? After they are done eating, you are now exhausted and forgot that you have to eat too. Awww... that is typical parenting and it's for the love of the children. I salute you for that but, I can suggest a good product that will somehow ease your helplessness away.

I was given an opportunity to review a product from Funbites.com and let me tell you, I had fun cutting food into a bite size portion when my niece and nephews came over for a visit. No sweat at all! How fun is that? You can now prep the food before meals so that mealtime would be fun time. I can assure you that your kids will love eating the food on their plate especially when you cut fruits and vegetables for them. Kids love different shapes and it will be a learning time too. A good strategy to introduce shapes and counting numbers on mealtime. One slight press and you will have a dozen of bite size food already. Awesome right? To purchase this product, check out their Website. For more details of fun bites, please like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter.

I received a product mentioned above for free. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I used personally and believe will be good for my readers. I am not compensated with this post. All opinions are fully my own.

8 comments:

  1. Now that sounds like fun! I bet that wou;d come in handy for an adult party as well--bite size pieces-stick in a toothpick-Voila-instant before meal snacks--or after meals!

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  2. What a great idea making food more interesting and fun for them to hopefully eat !!

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  3. i like that idea.:) i am sure my kids will love their food better when it comes in different shapes.

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  4. Oh wow, I want these , am sure it would entice my happy eaters more. ThAT WOULD SO NICE TO CUTE FRUITS AND VEGGIES.

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  5. What a fun way to cut food in bite size pieces,

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  6. Those are super neat. Having an autistic child that stuffs his mouth incessantly, I need these!!

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  7. This is genius! I have found that by making dinners in muffin tins instead of large casseroles, the cute factor has improved meal popularity among my kids. I can't imagine all the healthy food I can get them to eat by making them into even cuter, more fun shapes! Thank you for posting this.

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  8. That looks good, and fun for the kids. It helps them eat small amount of food and at the same time will love the shapes it has.

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