Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Toddler Meals with Re-Play Recycled

Eloise has always been a good eater, but she goes through a lot of food phases so I'm constantly guessing on what she currently likes. Yesterday, she hated peanut-butter toast but today she kept asking for more after eating an entire piece. Now that she's getting better at communicating, we try to give her  more food options so she can tell us yes or no. But I feel like I'm constantly on Pinterest looking for new ideas and recipes for toddler food, so if you have any good ideas please leave me a comment! E is loving avocados and berries still (honestly, she probably eats her entire body weight in fruit each week). She loves turkey wraps for lunch and will specifically ask for "cheese please" all day. She also loves ice-cream. We give her "bites" when we have it in the house and she says "a bite?! a bite?!" over and over.. it's the cutest thing.

We have been using our Re-paly Recycled dishware everyday and they have quickly become our new favorites. If you have been following along with me for a while, you probably know that I am not drawn to the typical baby/kids stuff (like cartoon characters, crazy designs, etc.) I had very specific nursery ideas and decorations because I really don't like the animals and bright colors (nothing wrong with it, it's just not my style) and that's spilled over into everything in our house that is "kid" related. I tend to purchase things for Eloise that will match the rest of our house.... which is mostly neutral colors. So naturally we got the white dishware set from Re-play Recycled and I was a little nervous about food staining the beautiful white (like Eloise's current favorite dinner: Spaghetti with marinara sauce), but the white has held up far beyond my expectations. I love the divided plates, especially since Eloise is particular with her food touching lately. The sections are the perfect size with deep walls so the food stays in and makes it a little easier to grab the food out for babies and toddlers learning to use utensils. 

E loves to carry around her plates and bowls of food (I need to work on this...), so her dishware needs to be light weight and extra durable-- and extra mom win when she drops her plates all the time. Nick says they are light enough to keep some in the trailer so I will be ordering more!

Re-play Recycled products are made from Recycled milk jugs and they are committed as a company to stay away from BPA, BPS, PVC, lead, phthalates and melamine. So not only are they good for you child, but also good for the environment. The source plastic is specially selected and cleaned to meet FDA & EU strict purity standards. Affordable + durable + recyclable + functional.... seriously the perfect tableware for Eloise that we will keep purchasing. 

I am giving away a feeding set over on my Instagram, and you can use my special dode: TheBurleyTribe2017 for 15% off a $20 purchase (expires 5.10.17)

Also, check out these fun toddler meal ideas over on Pinterest

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