—I can’t decide if this is cool, or just a big waste of plastic and metal. Decide for yourself: The Squirt Baby Spoon from Boon.
—Now MomSpit on the other hand, I like. I hate, hate, HATED when my mom spit on her finger to wash off my face, but I find myself doing it to O all the time. My only improvement: Maybe they should make one that clips to a keychain, b/c the reason we moms use spit is b/c it’s so convenient. Hands and saliva are always gonna be there. When we are out, I carry my keys almost always, while I might stow a purse away.
—Cranium’s new line of games, books, puzzles, and toys just for preschoolers: Bloom. Maybe I’m a little more excited than most about this because my good friend Shanon was instrumental in creating Bloom. But it actually does sound pretty cool. Bloom uses the “everyday world as inspiration and Create, Discover, Perform, and Connect activities as a framework” to help little ones learn and play. I’m going to try to get some for WMAG to review soon.
—Who misses new TV? I do, I do! Though I fully support the writers’ strike, I can’t help but crave some new boob-tube action. Here are some upcoming fresh shows I’m looking forward to: Monk, Fridays at 9 p.m., USA (followed by Psych at 10 p.m.); Reno 911!, Wednesdays at 10:30 p.m., Comedy Central; Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles, Mondays at 9 p.m. on Fox; and the big one, Lost (starting Jan. 31!), Thursdays at 9 p.m., ABC.
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That spoon is ridiculous. You know what’s easy to clean? An actual spoon. I can forsee a lot of mess coming from that contraption. What if you squeeze too hard and all that baby goop gets all over everywhere? Thumbs down.
I agree. I think that spoon = waste of time and money. I rank it up there with the diaper wipes warmer as baby stuff nobody needs.
Now, Mom Spit? That’s brilliant, if for nothing else than the product name. Love it!
Yeah, honestly, I was leaning on the line of useless. But I didn’t want to be too harsh. I’m a wimp like that.
I know–I love the name MomSpit more than anything else. It could blow, but the name rocks.
I have the John Frieda and have used it a couple of times but it always makes my hair feel greasy and flat afterwards. Maybe I am doing something wrong or it is my hair type. It does ad a hint of color and shine though.
The Cranium Bloom games are awesome – my boys love them. I was lucky enough to have a chance to review two of the games over on my review site:
They are def. worth checking out!
(Susan so cool that you know one of the creators.)