Duralex Picardie glasses are loved for their simplicity and durability. When I decided to replace my family's drinkware with the classic tempered glasses I was surprised to learn that they come in eight sizes, including a 3.25 ounce glass that's perfect for toddlers.
It would be lovely to spend each feeding gazing lovingly at your baby, but if you have another child, you may have to multitask. I'm intrigued by this hands-free nursing carrier in case you need to be more on the go.
Back when my kids were slightly smaller, mealtimes were always a circus. Getting toddlers to pay attention, eat their food, or wait in a restaurant is often a challenge. Do you use products at mealtimes that will entertain your kids? Do you find them a help or a distraction from mealtime?
If you're a parent I can almost guarantee you have heard Dan Zanes' folky, family-friendly music. Sharing a downhome sensibility, NYC tabletop emporium Fishs Eddy, asked Zanes to collaborate on this charming, old-timey instrument dish set. This would make a lovely gift for a young music lover (and, hey, throw in a cd!)
We recently received this plate as a gift and even though I wish the face reminded me less of Elmer Fudd, my son asks for it at every meal. We get a kick out of giving him ketchup mustaches and hummus hair and, to my relief, there is more eating than playing involved. (There's also a Ms. Food Face.)
I bought a booster seat for my son when we were visiting relatives and I had limited options at the local store. If I had my druthers, I would have have opted for Keekaroo's booster seat. Cushy, yet impermeable to liquid, it comes in a bunch of fun colors, has an optional safety harness and is even made in the US.