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Tiny Bites Scissors

Mommy's Lil Helper: Tiny Bites

A stickler for pint-size nuggets, I was tired of sawing away with the old fork and knife every time my tot was ready to dine. Luckily, a product called Tiny Bites ($11 for 2 pairs) makes the job of portioning easier.

Lending a helping hand with their cutlery-grade, stainless-steel scissors, the nifty sheers are no bigger than my hands making them convenient for meals on the go. Cold pizza, chicken, and grapes are no contest for the clippers as they snip at a moment's notice. To ensure my diaper bag doesn't end up in shreds, the creators of Tiny Bites put a child–proof protective sleeve over the lil cutters.

Do you think Tiny Bites would help you out at meal time?

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justanerd1975 justanerd1975 9 years
I love this idea, use my kitchen scissors all the time at home!
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
I always carry a little fork and spoon in a case for baby when we go to restaurants, because she can't possibly use the huge restaurant silverware. I wash them at home, and I don't see the difference with this! This sounds like a great idea!
anniekim anniekim 9 years
Yes wash at home. I just know I forget them in the diaper bag for a few days then, yuck!
macneil macneil 9 years
Oh how clever! Must get some!
Moms Moms 9 years
I love these! My daughter tried our pair out over the weekend and was able to cut up herbs without the danger of using a knife. Of course, she was carefully supervised.
jesser80 jesser80 9 years
Uhhh yea, sure they'd help, but no more than the pair of kitchen shears I got out of Target's $1 bin. We use those all the time and they make cutting up stuff for our daughter incredibly quick and easy. And I just toss 'em in the dishwasher and buy another pair when they can't cut hot butter anymore.
babysugar babysugar 9 years
You can toss them in the dishwasher. Until I can get home to use soap and water, I just use a napkin with water to clean them off at the restaurant.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
I was wondering about the cleaning aspect as well. I don't think they'd come in all that handy overall, a knife and fork work fine for stuff I can't tear.
anniekim anniekim 9 years
I like the idea of these, presuming they can be used for non food needs as well. But how do you keep them clean? Wash them in the restaurant bathroom? Maybe the knife and fork are less trouble in the long run.
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