A passion to provide the best baby feeding products 2014 – oogaa®

Today I ventured out of the office for, Little foodies baby food cooking class. oogaa got to attend and of course gave out some free goodies.  oogaa silicone single bowls and oogaa baby textured spoons.

Amy Grossi from www.feedingthevillage.com discussed healthy meals and easy ways to make homemade baby food. She filled The baby shoppe with cinnamon spiked sweet potatoes and fresh ginger and apple! Amy’s graceful and easy-going manner engaged us all, I really enjoyed watching the moms with their babies (and tots) taking it all in.

I started oogaa to bring some fun to mealtime, to help make feeding less stressful.  Along the way, I realized how important it is to make feeding safe and how parents want only the healthiest choices for their children.  The more I watch moms with their babies, the more important oogaa becomes…
Thank you Katie from The Baby Shoppe, Port Orange FL we can’t wait to be apart of this fantastic class again – SOON!
the baby shoppe 2
the baby shoppe


  1. Wendy Jabkowski on August 6, 2014 at 8:43 am

    To make mealtime fun for my baby we interact throughout the experience and keep him interested by talking to him about the different foods.

  2. Sandra Watts on September 28, 2014 at 4:04 am

    Mealtime I find its always helpful to get the kids to help out in any way they can. It makes them more excited about the meal when it comes time to eat.

  3. Mare W on October 6, 2014 at 1:40 am

    To make mealtime fun, we praise for food eaten but don’t push it on them. We also sometimes make the pieces of food ‘fly’ like an airplane, or ‘chug’ like a train, etc which brings a smile and ready eating unless they’re full.

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