My toddler did very well with this bowl and the utensils were also a good size for her hands and the bowl. My daughter insisted on the point of the triangle being at the top, which is not a huge deal, but goes against the way the interior of the bowl was mean to face to make scooping easier. She is stubborn and who am I to tell her the “right” way to do it, if she’s getting the food just fine. The inside of the bowl is contoured so that you face the lowest point towards you (or your toddler if they are self feeding) and get every last bit of food out when feeding your infant or helping your toddler.
My husband, daughter and I all liked this bowl and would recommend it to families with babies and toddlers, especially now that it is BPA free. It was easy to wash so you could get away with only having one, depending on your budget, but two or more would be more convenient if you plan on exclusively using these bowls. This would also be a great shower or Baby’s 1 st Birthday gift.
You can see a 2-minute demonstration of this bowl on YouTube here.