We all know how frustrating it is for us to teach our children, how to feed themselves imagine them. Well I am here to tell you about Pick Ease , this came in handy with my son Ve , he is just learning how to feed his self and it was so hard for him. He was having an issue with picking up the food.Pick Ease made it so much easier for my son to ve able to find himself. After he caught on that he could poke his food and be able to eat it. What I liked about the Pick Ease is that it gives them extra practice for when he moves on to using a fork.
The inventor of this product was feeding her son when he was sick with a toothpick, and the Dr said she was onto something. So she came up with pick ease it is like the tooth pick she used to feed her sick son.
She then decided :
I’m going to make it happen. I made countless phone calls, met with many people, spent a lot of money and, now, after a few bumps in the road, I have my product in my hand! How exciting! I made it happen.
My goal is to eliminate the stress parents and caregivers feel when young children refuse to eat. I want to make meal times an enjoyable experience for picky eaters and their parents. Pick-Ease brings fun to the table as a new, unparalleled feeding utensil.
Pick Ease has helped him with his hand eye coordination. He doesn’t get frustrated as much when he is eating because he is able to grab his food and enjoy it .
I love the Pick Ease because one they fit in my son’s hand very easily , they come in fun colors and animals. The design of the Pick Ease makes it easy for them to grab and use. Even fussy eaters will love to use the Pick Ease to eat their lunch.
Some information about the inventor:
In 2002, I was diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma and was told that, if I survived, I might not be able to have children. That became my biggest life challenge. Even though the doctors said I wasn’t going to make it, I refused to give up. I went through over 6 months of inpatient chemotherapy and then a year of outpatient chemotherapy along with radiation. When I finally finished my treatments in 2004, I was determined to have the family I always dreamed I would.
In 2007, I met my husband, and we got married in 2009. In 2010 we welcomed our first son into the world. At that time, I had been a nanny with the same family for 7 years, but the kids were all heading off to school. What was I going to do? No one would want a nanny with a newborn–and did I really want to go back to working in a daycare center? No, not really. That’s when I decided to open my own home daycare. A year later, my husband and I welcomed our second son to our family.