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Minimize Your Stress And Mess! Where To Find Baby Feeding Essentials OnlineMake your baby's first time eating on her own an adventure!by Isabel Dizon .
Parents prefer buying online today instead of going out to protect themselves and their families from the virus. But buying online is a little bit risky — it is hard to know if a material is durable, authentic, and safe enough.
Online shopping for our essentials may be the new normal, BUT we still want to be meticulous when it comes to baby needs. So here's a little help when it comes to feeding your baby, especially when he reaches the solid food milestone.
Baby feeding products in the Philippines
Listed below are the shops where you can buy baby feeding products that have the best return for your investment. These shops offer non-toxic products for your little one's feeding journey. (You might get a chance to get 10% on some items. Scroll below to see the promo code and details.)ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Oxo Tot Philippines
Oxo Tot plates offer strong suction. It also has waterproof roll-up bibs that will protect your child's clothes from the mess, a drinking cup that will grow with your child, and a Flippy snack cup with travel cover for your little one’s snacks.
Beaba is famous for its baby food processor called Babycook, which also functions as a steam cooker and blender for preparing baby food. They also offer a silicone meal set that includes a non-slip suction bottom plate, non-slip suction bottom bowl, non-slip cup, silicone spoon, and silicone multi-portion storage.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Twistshake no-spill straw cup has a "smart silicone seal" between the straw and lid that prevents spills and unnecessary mess. It is also popular for its "pulling-lid" that opens and closes with a quick pull but remains firmly on the bottle. This is ideal for kids from 12 months.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
EasyTots mat plate also known as Easymat Original is a suction plate that is compatible with most highchairs. It is also oven safe up to 240 degrees, which means you can bake directly in it.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
This is ideal for stage one of self-feeding, especially during that teething stage. Grabease utensils are not only ergonomically designed for the tiny hands but they are chewable with a choke shield protection.
Nuby provides different accessories and feeding essentials for your little one. Millennial moms like me love their Nuby Garden Fresh Fruitsicles perfect for a homemade fruit popsicle for a teething baby.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The brands above are available through Smart Parenting's Chat n Shop. You can get 10% off if it's your first order this September (promo code: hellochatnshop). Start shopping here https://bit.ly/31flDSH
Below are other brands for feeding essentials.
Little One Village
They offer authentic Avanchy bamboo and stainless plates and bowls. Their products are earth-friendly dishware and have strong removable suction which your child can still use whenever they grow. Their spoon and fork made of food-grade silicone material that is gentle for baby's sensitive gums. They also have Bobo and Boo dinnerware that is plant-based perfect for kids.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Order online at https://lilonevillage.com/
Bumkins plates have strong suction with different cute designs to entertain your little one at mealtime. They also have cute silicone utensils in the perfect size for your little toddler's fingers.
Order online at https://www.milkandhoney.ph/
Isabel Dizon (@mommybudgetarian) is a vlogger and a member of the Smart Parenting Mom Network.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
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