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My ds, Bleuet, is starting to get pretty handy with a spoon. He uses a couple of Bjorn spoons, silver demi-tasse spoons, and, if nothing else is clean, a teaspoon. I think now I'd like to get him the next step: a set with a real fork. What do you have for your children? Where did you get it? How is it working? How did you decide when to move on to the next step?
 

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They kid forks I've seen weren't sharp enough to actually stab anything, so we ended up using the small forks that came in a set of silverware we got at Ikea. They're about 1/2 the size of regular forks - they must be some kind of dessert fork I think.

(this is delany, btw)
 

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We got her silverware at an outlet mall here in town that has lots of different kitchen stores. This particluar one was Oneida. I found that the other toddler sets were as some others mentioned with useless forks. These are much better and look great on the table next to our silverware too!!
 

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Thanks all around!

Hey, Whateverdidiwants, it's about time I ran into you here!
Thank you for saying hey. I put you on my buddy list. Not that I know the significance of that, but I may figure it out.
 

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IKEA was mentioned, but they also make silverware for kids.
they have plastic knives/forks/spoons, metal kid sized utensils with plastic handles, and very small (almost all demitasse size) knives/forks/spoons(2sizes-baby and babybaby) that are metal and come in a wooden box. dd likes the metal set, the forks/knives are sharp enough -but not too sharp, and the spoons are the perfect size.
 
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