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the complete feeding set {thinkbaby}

When looking for the prefect dining set for a baby/toddler, there are three key specs to look at. First, the feeding set needs to have the obvious components (bowls, plate or box, lids, utensils, and drink cup).  Each component needs to hold its own in necessity.  The bowls must be deep enough to house a proper portion, but not overly deep, which can be difficult for younger babes to reach.  The same goes for the box or plate.  Size is everything here.  Next, convenience must be a top priority.  To make dinnerware convenient, it must clean easily (dishwasher safe is best) and it must be easy to store.  I find that items that are hard to store, I usually jam in the back of a cabinet somewhere, never to see the light of day again.   Lastly, the set needs to not only be made from safe, quality materials, but also be pleasing aesthetically.  Packaging is just as important.  Babies react to bright colors and pleasant designs, encouraging them to eat.  Also, using a bright set like thinkbaby every feeding will help with food association, getting them into the “time to eat” mindset.

Thinkbaby Feeding Set is my favorite dining set to date.  The BPA Free set contains a Bento box, soup bowl, baby bowl, kid’s cup, fork and spoon. You can see the thought that went into the thinkbaby feeding set through its design.  The bowls are low-profile, perfect for a little one, the Bento box comes with an air tight lid, perfect for school, travel, and park trips.  The bowls also have tight lids that are leak-proof.   The utensils are easy to hold and grasp, and the cup has a nice big handle for young kids to practice with.  My daughter absolutely loves the kid’s cup as it looks remarkably like the orange mug her dad uses to drink coffee.  The containers are made from food-grade stainless steel and wrapped in polypropylene.  All components of the set are free of Bisphenol-A (BPA), phthalates, nitrosamines, lead, PVC, PET, Tritan, Melamine and biologically harmful chemicals.  So you can rest easily knowing this feeding set will not harm your baby in any way.  Thinkbaby was somewhat of a pioneer when they introduced their famous BPA free baby bottles to the market, in which 95% of the bottles were made from polycarbonate (which contains BPA).

There have been some negative comments around the internet stating that this set isn’t designed for a specific age.  There are small utensils, clearly for the young solid food eaters yet there is a handled cup that is great for the toddler age.  The fact of the matter is,  the Feeding Set was designed for a wide range of ages. The set becomes useful from the moment that your doctor green lights solid food feeding to school days and beyond.  This is a set where you may use certain components now, others later, or all at the same time.   The truth is, you’ll be using these containers for quite some time, no matter the kid’s age because they are so convenient to tote around.  When they aren’t large enough for full meal portions, they become snack holders and transporters.  I love a product that grows with your kids.

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Special thanks to thinkbaby for providing sample set for review purposes.

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  1. April 8, 2017 at 4:47 am — Reply

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  2. April 10, 2017 at 12:53 pm — Reply

    Hey there just wanted to give you a brief heads up and let you know a few of the pictures aren’t loading correctly. I’m not sure why but I think its a linking issue. I’ve tried it in two different internet browsers and both show the same outcome.

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