Let’s just come right out and say it: Mealtime with a toddler is stressful. Sometimes it can feel more like a battleground, especially when there’s food flying to the floor. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can navigate dinner ― and lunch and breakfast ― with a few tools.
A suction silicone placemat will ensure your kid can’t throw their plate on the floor, and a diaper bag that transforms into a booster seat will make dining out a breeze. These and 21 other items will transform the way you feed your kiddo. Bon appétit!
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