A few weeks ago Nuby reached out to me to see if I was interested in being part of their Parent Blogger program. I was super excited because we already use a bunch of Nuby products in our house and the idea that I’d be a representative for a company that I am already a customer of is pretty cool.
As part of the Parent Blogger program I will be sharing and reviewing new or existing Nuby products both on my blog and on websites that sell Nuby products. Occasionally those reviews will be accompanied by a giveaway for the product(s), but today, to kick off my Nuby Parent Blogger series, I am offering an unsponsored giveaway for a few of the fun Nuby products that Simon already loves – we’ve had these items for many months and they get a lot of love around here.
Wacky Teething Ring: This was one of the first toys that Simon paid attention to. He still pulls it out of his box of toys and he often holds it in one hand while playing with something else in the other. A definite favorite.
Teething Keys: Grammy bought these for Simon on a whim when he was only a couple months old. I keep these in the diaper bag and they provide nice entertainment when I attach them to a shopping cart or high chair. We left the original set at a restaurant when we were traveling and I made J go to Target the next day to replace them because I know that Simon loves them.
Sippy Cup with No Spill Super Spout: We bought these for Simon when he was old enough to start drinking from a sippy cup and we’ve been really happy with them. They truly don’t leak and Simon seems to not have issue with them.
Fun Feeding Spoons: We have been using these spoons since Simon started eating solids. They’ve remained one of our favorite spoons to use.
If you want your own package of bright and fun feeding items and toys, enter the giveaway below. US Residents only – giveaway ends this Friday, March 27th!
For my first round of Parent Blogger duties, I was able to choose a few items to review and one of the first items that I chose was the Nuby Garden Fresh Pop Up Freezer Pots.
I chose the freezer pots specifically because I have been looking for more fridge / freezer storage for Simon’s food. These pots are the perfect size for an infant’s first foods. At 9 months Simon is a big eater, but these are great for his snacks.
Last week I made applesauce and I was so glad to have these storage containers. I made the applesauce from a whole bag of apples, which makes more applesauce than Simon can eat in a couple of days. I froze 4 small servings for snacks at a later date.
The thing that I really liked about these containers is that they are sturdy. The lids snap tightly to prevent freezer burn and they store in a nice tray to keep them in place. I was impressed with how easily the food popped out after it was frozen.
The only thing that I would improve on these containers is to offer them in varying sizes – I’d love them to be slightly larger – otherwise, I really liked them. Super easy to clean and they froze really well. We’ll be using these a lot, I can tell.
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I was given the Nuby Garden Fresh Pop Up Freezer Pots for my review and was not compensated for this post. The opinions above are my own.