Designed by a Miami mother of three, Alphabet Plates are BPA free, dishwasher safe, and virtually unbreakable. Emblazoned with smart graphics in bright colors, plates can be personalized with your child’s name, initials, physical appearance (hair, eye and skin color, eyeglasses), sport, or favorite food (pasta, pancakes, hamburger).
Brought to you by an Atlanta-based mama hen, Chickin Feed nutrition tracking boards are based on the food pyramid and hang on the fridge. Growing chicks move magnets as they fulfill their daily dietary requirements. A section for play encourages time in the yard, so nestlings learn about eating right and getting a little exercise.
Heath Ceramics’s small-scale dishes have the same kiln-fired heft and retro-cool look as yours, but they’re glazed in totlicious colors (apple, zest, blueberry). A full set includes a plate, bowl, and cup.
Hello Hanna paper mats map the lay of the table land (fork on the left, spoon beside knife). Kiddo can decorate a pop-up figure (jungle animal, robot, or dolly) with removable stickers (faces, gears, pets) and use crayons to doodle inside the activity area.
Take back the table with customized health ID gear from Stat Kids. The colorful wristbands, lunch bags, and backpacks allow you to clearly identify allergies or health issues, so kids are protected when they’re out on their own.
Tommee Tippee’s Closer to Nature collection, developed with midwives and breastfeeding moms, makes weaning easier with dome-shaped bottles, extra-wide nipples, pacis, spill-proof cups, and more. For the toddling set, Explora’s BPA-free training and sippy cups have valves that limit little Thirstypants (4 months and up) from sucking down too much at once.