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Make Peter A Neater Eater With EasyPouch #LessMess + Giveaway

It’s a source of pride for moms to see their children become more independent. It’s also a great test of her patience, since a lot of mess and mistakes are part of the process, whether it’s time for potty training, dressing themselves, or feeding themselves. EasyPouch is a no squeeze baby food pouch feeder that helps moms in at least one part of the growing up process.

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EasyPouch feeders can’t be squeezed, so you just have to insert the food pouch of your choice inside and snap it closed, and the little tube on top is all your baby has access to. It’s easy, mess free, and your baby can feed himself, so he’s happy too. There are slots on the back to tether it to a stroller or high chair

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It’s such a simple product, easy to use and clean (and it’s made in the US) but it can save us moms so much time that would otherwise be spent cleaning apple sauce off of a high chair and the walls. Each order comes with two EasyPouches, so you can keep one in the home and one in your diaper bag for when baby is hungry in the car or away from home. Less changing messy clothes, less baby food in the carpet, less having to wash dirty car seat covers- how did it take so long for someone to create this for us??

Win a set of EasyPouches and a 16-pack of pouch food

EasyPouch is self feeding made easy and less messy, so if you are a mom with tots, or know someone who is expecting, it’s a great gift to make life easier. You can You can buy EasyPouch here, and someone is going to win a set along with a 16-pack of pouch food to go with it. Enter below (18+, US only).

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EasyPouch is best for children 9+ who are able to each pouch food. It can be used with both large and small disposable food pouches and is also compatible with the Infantino Fresh Squeezeed food pouch system and the PouchPop Topper. Find EasyPouch on facebook for more info.

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of EasyPouch. The opinions and text are all mine.