I stumbled across this brand at the end of my search. They haven't received as much media as some other companies, but their products are just as good. I am particularly fond of their thermal baby bottles that transition from a bottle to a straw top sippy cup as baby grows. Their feeding products are made of natural bamboo materials.
Funbites does it exactly what it's name suggests. It makes fun bite sized pieces for your children. We have this yellow square cutter, but they also make cutters that turn food into all kinds of fun shapes and sizes.
As a science teacher, I always pushed the importance of recycling and recycled products on my students. I love that the Re-Play company allows me to live out those principles in my home. All of their products are made from recycled plastic! We have the snack containers, sippy cups, sectioned plates, bowls, spoons, and forks. The products are both sturdy and smart which make this mama happy.
I love meal time with Oliver, but I hate cleaning him up! I use to keep generic wipes near his high chair for cleaning his face, but I got nervous when he started trying to eat the wipes as I cleaned him. I didn't want those chemicals going in his mouth. Neat Cheeks are flavored wipes that are alcohol free. Oliver still tries to eat the wipes while I clean his face, but at least now I don't have to worry about it.
The EZPZ product is one that I am so mad that I didn't think of myself! These cute mats suction to the tables or high chairs so your children can't dump their food over on to the floor. Plus the cute smily face design makes meal time fun.
I wrote a blog post recently about the benefits of NuturMe, but I can't help but mention them in this list. These are my favorite food products for my son. To find out more about them, see my post.
Silicone is a mama's best friend. Their innovative designs make Oogaa a top company in my book. They have serving utensils, bowls, plates, and the cutest reusable place mats you have ever seen.
Oliver is still a bit young and uncoordinated to use his Pick-Ease products on his own, but they are perfect for toddlers. They teach eye hand coordination and make eating a fun experience for younger children.
What items do you love that I didn't add?