Around this time last year, I started birthday/Christmas shopping with my mom for Aiden. Aiden had been eating solids for a few months but we didn’t have a ton of baby or toddler tableware (plates, sippy cups, forks, spoons, etc.) so it was one of the items on his list. We were shopping at Target when we came across a pack of Re-Play utensils. It seemed perfect like the perfect stocking stuffer so we picked it up.
A year later the spoons and forks have been through a lot but they are still my go-to set for Aiden. I like that they aren’t super tiny and the spoon has the perfect scoop size. We have taken them with us when we travel because they aren’t so expensive that I am afraid they will get lost.
RE-PLAY TODDLER TABLEWARE REVIEW
Re-Play came to my mind recently because we are working on transitioning Aiden to a “big boy” cup but I have struggled to find a small enough cup for a toddler. I get the Re-play emails and noticed these amazing toddler tableware and feeding sets which include a toddler size cup. I reached out and they sent me a few sets to try out and I love them!
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The toddler tableware feeding set includes:
- Divided Plate
- No-spill Sippy Cup
- A pair of utensils (fork and spoon)
They also have a monthly special complete toddler feeding set which includes everything in the set above PLUS:
- Flat plate
- Drinking cup
- Snack Pod
All the Re-Play toddler tableware comes in fun colors that you can mix and match. The bowl is deep enough for snacks, cereal, or anything. The divided plate has deeper compartments which helps with food not mixing (a big no-no as far as Aiden is concerned) and he can use the sides on the flat plate to help scoop the food on his fork or spoon.
I was a bit skeptical about the no-spill sippy cup because it’s rare to find a truly non-spill cup but this one is great. It has a silicone valve that easy to clean and just one piece (amazing — I hate taking sippy cups apart to clean). Aiden loves to use the cup while lounging watching Sesame Street. I also love the snack pod for when we are on the go. It fits perfectly in our diaper bag and can hold lots of Goldfish and Honey Grahams. They also stack so storing them is easy.
Saving the best part for last Re-Play toddler tableware is both sustainable and affordable. Re-Play uses recycled, FDA approved food safe plastic. The tableware is basically made from milk jugs and can be recycled and used again. All the manufacturing is done in the US which I love supporting.
The Re-Play website is great. You purchase one single product to test or you can purchase any number of sets. Not only the feeding sets but also sets of plates, cups, and bowls. You can even buy replacement valves for the sippy cups if they wear out over time. I love all the options.
I am excited that Re-Play is giving one Baby Castan on Board reader a feeding set. Complete the steps in the RaffleCopter widget below to enter! The giveaway ends Monday, November 13. Re-Play features a color of the month which for November is Sunny Yellow and the color of the month Complete Toddler Feeding Set ships for free in case you are interested in purchasing a set of your own!
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What’s your favorite Re-Play toddler tableware color?
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