When AJ got home from work, he told me he had read my blog and was ready to try and open the Sassy teether/feeder. I gave it to him. First he tried to just open it with his hands, then he began to use his teeth to turn the handle while holding the buttons down and turning the cap. (I immediately told him to stop, I was 100% certain that he was going to break his teeth). Finally, he was able to “meathead” the teether/feeder open. He agreed with me that it was ridiculously hard to open, but in our case it was definitely screwed on too tight. He seems to think if we don’t screw the pieces together to tight, we should be able to use it.
I’m still skeptical, but I’ll try this. Obviously with adult supervision. She is my first child, so I’m sure by my fourth child I won’t care as much about choking hazards. I’d have to defer to my sis Lynn on this, all four of her kids seem normal. Of course, it depends on what your version of normal is. Kidding Lynn!