• the big bang theory, breakfast-style

    If I had a dime for every crushed Cheerio I’ve managed to rescue from our family room floor, I’d be well on my way to paying my kids’ college tuition. OK, well maybe just one of their textbooks, but seriously, I’m amazed at how far those crunchy finger foods can travel. They manage to make their way around our home: out of the kitchen, up a flight of stairs and into our carpeting. The same goes for the Goldfish that have found a new home in our car’s backseat. Wouldn’t it be great if food didn’t end up flying and instead stayed exactly where it was meant to be (if it can’t make it into my daughter’s tummy, then at least her bowl)? The mom and dad team who came up with the Gyro Bowl surely had this dilemma in mind. This gravity-defying bowl seeks to keep kids’ finger food intact, which translates into less crushed Cheerios for Mom. Its inventive design features a bowl nestled inside a ring, resting inside another ring. Handles on the outside make it a cinch for your mobile little monster to take her breakfast to go. The Gyro Bowl looks more like a celestial body than a breakfast bowl, but hey, if it means fewer spills, we’re game to try it out. We put the Gyro Bowl to test and were amazed at how well it worked. My 2-1/2-year old loved watching the bowl spin around as she happily toted it around our family room.  While it’s not completely fool-proof (a few stray Cheerios hit the ground),  it does an impressive job at keeping more of her food in one place. That’s more than I can say for her toys and our family room…

    In a Nutshell: We’re over the moon for a breakfast bowl that’s toddler-proof if it means fewer crumbs and cleaner carpeting.

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