In rearranging some knickknacks after the holidays, I decided my Campbell's soup spoon and my Spaghettios spoon needed some polishing. I keep them on display on a kitchen shelf these days but used them often as a child. They are from the early 70s. One thing lead to another and I thought a post about kids' flatware would be kind of interesting. Since I was polishing, I cleaned up my infant cup too. It was given to me when I was born by a close family friend. You can see it in my blog banner photo on the right.
This child's set was given to me when I was born by an older cousin of mine. Today my daughter uses it.
My grandmother had these Bozo utensils for us kids at her house in the 70s.
Here is a close-up of the Campbell's and Spaghettios spoons. They were premiums back in the day you could send for. Notice the Spaghettios spoon has the three varieties represented: meatball, franks, and plain. These spoons sure saw a lot of use.
Do you keep any kid friendly flatware at your house?