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#1 of 6 Old 06-29-2003, 07:49 PM - Thread Starter
 
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I saw a mom feeding her baby with a wooden baby spoon - anyone know somewhere to get these? It seems a lot nicer than using rubber tipped spoons, kwim?

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I have one that my mom got ds for xmas. It was made by a local craftsperson who does turned wood bowls (and baby spoons, apparently!). I have no idea how much it cost though.

The other spoon I really like is a tiny all metal one that came with a latte (or some fancy coffee thing -- I'm not a coffee person, so I don't really know) that a friend of mine got in college and stole for me (years ago).

I havent' bought any other spoons, cause I don't like them either. I wish I could figure out where to buy the little metal ones though. That one is actually my favorite.
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[I havent' bought any other spoons, cause I don't like them either. I wish I could figure out where to buy the little metal ones though. That one is actually my favorite. [/B]
Try a resturant(sp?) supply store. You know the place where you can get white plates, table clothes, etc.

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found one!

http://www.spooners.com/Merchant2/me...duct_Code=6BYS

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and cheap, too
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That's beautiful! Any idea what they're finished with?

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