|High Chair||You’ll need to find a good high chair for your toddler to sit in while eating. |
|Sippy Cups |
|Your burgeoning foodie will need a more advanced way to drink her milk. |
|Toddler Plate, |
Cup, and Bowl
|When your baby is ready to start wielding spoon and fork on her own, she’ll need something to eat those new foods from. |
|Toddler Fork and Spoon||Learning finger dexterity is an exciting time for babies. Eating with cutlery is yet another step away toward toddlerhood! |
and Drop Cloths
|While your baby is learning to eat, she’s also learning about ... gravity. Investing in placemats and drop cloths can save you time cleaning after meals.
|Bibs (3-5)||Babies are notoriously messy eaters! Stock up on bibs to keep clothes from getting soiled.
|Snack-Trap Cups||Great for on-the-go eating, these snack cups let your baby's little fingers in to reach food without letting the Cheerios spill out!
|Transitional Spouts||Too old for a bottle, too young for a sippy cup? Try these handy in-between attachments (some fit right on your bottles).
or Food Processor
|Feeling ambitious? You can make your own baby food right at home with leftover fruits and vegetables.
and Storage Containers
|When making your own baby food, use these for storage.