Ezpz Bowling.

I’m not talking about the kind with bumpers.

Although, real talk, I totally bowled in the bumper lanes with my kids. I don’t even want to go bowling anymore now that the teens are past the age of bumper lanes.

And I was still terrible.

I’m way better at Wii Bowling and I know that is so ten years ago but whatever I still have a Wii and I still play sometimes. My Wii age is like 65 though. Yours?

WAIT WHAT WAS I TALKING ABOUT.

Oh, right. I bought the ezpz bowl. I like the two ezpz minimats that we have. We use them as ‘snack plates’ on the little side table in the living room when we are too lazy to cook a real dinner but still need to feed the toddler healthy food. We sometimes eat late night (fancy) cheese and (fancy) crackers and (fancy) salami for dinner around here. I know. We fancy. And we share with Babystar but also give her fruit and veggies. (Just kidding it’s all fruit.) And we cut her food smaller so she doesn’t choke and stuff. Plus she takes one hundred hours to eat so if we didn’t save some for her she would be hungry all the time.

And now she wants to eat cereal or pasta or whatever out of bowls with spoons ALL BY HERSELF so I bought the ezpz bowl hoping it would stay put on her high chair. Her spoon skills are rudimentary at best.

The ezpz bowl does STAY on her Ikea high chair (unless she actively tries to remove it but duh it’s not glued down) but it doesn’t exactly FIT. Whoops. I should have measured.

Has anyone cut one of these? I’m thinking that has to be the solution. It totally ALMOST FITS. But at $24.98 (including shipping), I’m a little scared to cut it. Will it completely fall apart? No, right? Right? Please share any knowledge you might have. Or opinions. Or inspirational quotes about cutting things down to size or whatever.

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RAISING BABYSTAR: $14,097.19

7 thoughts on “Ezpz Bowling.

  1. Funky looking bowl plate thing….
    My two cents, if she’s not quite up to keeping a regular plate on the high chair consistently tray, just put the food directly on the tray. 😉 as she gets bigger, get the cheapo plastic plates from Ikea or the like. They bounce if dropped. 🙂

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    1. Thanks! We have those IKEA plates and love them. We also love the divided re-play plates. (I wish IKEA made divided plates!) but the IKEA bowls slide all over the tray, and she’s getting good with a spoon. I’m just getting tired of holding the bowl. 😂

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  2. Does the moulding around the edge appear to have anything to do with it staying on the tray? If not, if it was at this house, I’m pretty sure that it would have been cut by now.

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  3. I think you’d be safe cutting it. I think the edge molding is just to keep liquids contained. That placemat/bowl is probably meant for a table, that’s why – not a high chair that already has a lip around the edge.

    Btw over $14K … WHAAAA?!!! Crazy!

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    1. Omg I cannot believe that number. I’m not extravagant. (Well I’m not super thrifty either but baby’s not wearing Louis Vuitton youknowwhatimean.) I had shit insurance so it started high but JEEZ.

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