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Meet the Forage Feeder

The feeder is not only the best way to introduce solids safely, but also great to soothe teething pains naturally!

Introduce solids!

The Moss & Fawn Forage Feeder can begin helping your little one even before they are ready for solids! You can fill the feeder with frozen breast milk or formula as a great way to naturally soothe teething pain and swelling caused by teething or as a snack option that will be sure to keep your baby entertained. Since breast milk or formula plays a very important role in your baby’s diet for at least the first year, this is a great way to continue giving them nutrients from milk. 

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What is the Forage Feeder?

Introducing solids is a big step and such an exciting moment! It is also a very important stage for your babies development, and you will start to enjoy your baby's sticky face and gooey hands. You'll be building the foundation for a lifetime of healthy eating. As exciting as that first bite may be, it can also seem scary. Some babies will be so eager to try that first bite that they may bite off more than they can chew or not know how to swallow just yet. That is what the Moss and Fawn forage feeder is there for! The feeder has small holes that only allow small bits of food to pass through, making it a worry-free solution to introducing solids.

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Forage Feeder

$18.99

Combo Forage Feeder + Feeder Keeper

$18.99

Feeder Keeper

$11.99

Forage Feeder is CPSIA and FDA approved and safe

How to use the Forage Feeder:

Choose appropriate nipple size for baby and insert into the Forage Feeder handle. Make sure the feeder is clean before each use by washing with soap and rinsing with warm water. Then, simply fill the nipple with desired food and snap the feeder closed to lock. You can also pop on the cap for on the go snacks!

The Moss & Fawn Forage Feeder can begin helping your little one even before they are ready for solids! You can fill the feeder with frozen breast milk or formula as a great way to naturally soothe teething pain and swelling caused by teething or as a snack option that will be sure to keep your baby entertained. Since breast milk or formula plays a very important role in your baby’s diet for at least the first year, this is a great way to continue giving them nutrients from milk.

Once you decide that your baby is ready to begin supplementing breast milk or formula with solids, you get to try that first bite. The feeder allows your baby to try new flavors without you having to worry about them getting a bite that’s too big for them. Simply fill the nipple with the desired food and snap the feeder closed! Always be sure to supervise your baby to minimize choking risks.

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