Q: I have been looking everywhere for dishes for my almost one-year-old son. We want something that isn't plastic, but also something that isn't breakable. I've only been able to find one enamelware baby dish set that isn't cringe-inducing, but it's $45, which seems pricey.
I've thought of looking at silicone or stainless steel prep bowls, but they are either too small or too large. Some places have modern adult-size enamelware (West Elm, World Market, and I don't even hate the camping dishes) but they're way too big for him. Has anyone had luck finding nice, non-breakable, non-plastic baby dishes?
Sent by Kathleen
Editor: A few sources you might try:
- Nova Natural carries wood bowls and spoons and an enamel wear set that is currently out of stock but might fit the bill.
- Mighty Nest carries a silicone divided plate as well as glass plates with a silicone sleeve.
Readers, please leave your suggestions for Kathleen in the comments - thanks!
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