Oneida baby spoon giveaway (ENDED)

EDIT: Time’s up! And the winner is: #3, Susan! Congratulations Susan! I’ll send you an email to get your details.

Also, a big “thank you!” to everyone who entered. The response was awesome, and I hope you enjoyed visiting my site. I wish I had the resources to give every one of you a spoon! I am hoping to have another giveaway later this month, so be sure to check back.

I seem to have a thing for miniscule flatware. My son’s collection now includes the Cubby Bear flatware set, a free spoon featuring the Gerber baby, the Peter Rabbit feeding spoon from when I was a little, and most recently the Chateau baby spoon, all made by Oneida. You can never have too many baby spoons, and I enjoy collecting all the different patterns in durable stainless steel. My son has his own special utensils just like Mommy and Daddy, and we’ll be able to use them for future babies as well.

I picked up an extra Chateau Baby Spoon when I was out shopping for new dishes, and I want to give it away to one of my readers!

Chateau Baby Spoon

This spoon is brand new and made from stainless steel. Marked “Community by Oneida” on the back. Oneida manufactures a full-size Chateau line as well. This is a traditional pattern with a simple floral design (not too girly to be used for a boy).

If you’re interested, just leave a comment telling us about your baby’s favorite or least favorite food. My son loves peas the best, and hates squash. Ironically, I hated squash too while I was pregnant with him.

The contest will be open through April 3rd, and one winner will be selected randomly. One comment per person, please…but I’ll give you an extra try if you Tweet or blog about it. I moderate all first-time commenters, so if you don’t see your comment straight away, that’s because it’s in the queue. Make sure you put a valid email address in the comment form so I can contact you if you win. Good luck!

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