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Review: Nuby Wacky Wear Bowl

This is a sponsored post.  As with all the products I blog about, I use them personally and opinions are my own, I was not influenced in any way by the compensation I received.


My husband is a coach of many sports. As a good wife (as much as I don’t like it) I go to as many games as I can. It’s rough with three little ones. Especially when they get the munchies because buying food at concession stands is expensive!! I like to bring my own snacks. However finding the right things to carry the food is hard. That’s why I was pretty excited to get a chance to review Nuby’s Wacky Wear Bowl.


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About Nuby Wacky Wear Bowl: 

“The Nuby Wacky Ware Microwavable Bowl puts the fun back into feeding! This bowl is BPA Free and made of tough polypropylene plastic (plastic #5), so it is safe for warming foods in the microwave. Great for on the go feedings, traveling or daycare! This bowl is designed to fit the right or left hand to be comfortable for adults and is just the right size for baby food or dry cereal. The lid seals tightly to keep foods fresh. The Wacky Ware bowl is dishwasher (top rack only) and microwave safe, but is not intended for use with liquids.”


My Thoughts: 

The number one thing that I love about these bowls your probably caught on earlier is how well it travels!! The lead sticks on nice and tight, so all I do is feel it up with some kind of goody stick a lid on it and in the diaper bag it goes. If Carly Jo happens to get hungry while on the road it’s handle makes it easier for her to hold on to. Not only is it convenient and easy to use, but it’s colorful! Along with the color appeal it also has these little bumps on the lid, lip of the bowl, and the handles. It gives it a nice texture feeling for the little ones. SO between the color, texture, convenience, and easy to use it’s sure to win over every little one and their moms!


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