Introducing new foods to your child can be a daunting task. But it doesn't have to be! With the right dishware, you can make mealtime fun and exciting for your little one.
Even though my oldest is no longer a new eater, she is pretty picky and is happy eating a bowl of Mac and cheese every night. Recently I bought myself a Bentgo Salad Stackable Lunch Container and she stole to top portion and wanted her dinner in it, instead of a plate.
She ended up eating a wide variety of foods for her dinner and asked for seconds. I ended up getting her her own Bento Dinner Plates and she has chosen to eat every meal from them since!
Here at Wild Child Hat Co we have a selection of fun dinnerware for littles from Littoes that offer fun and create solutions to mealtimes.
Here are a few tips for choosing the right dishware for new eaters:
**Choose bright, colorful dishes.** This will help to capture your child's attention and make mealtime more visually stimulating. We love these colorful plates from Amazon!
**Look for dishes with fun patterns or designs.** This will help to keep your child's interest and make mealtime more enjoyable. These are so fun!
**Choose dishes that are easy to hold.** This is especially important for younger children who may not have the fine motor skills to use regular utensils. We offer these great bowls and plates from Littoes!
**Avoid dishes with small parts.** These can pose a choking hazard for young children. We love this weaning set from Littoes!
**Make sure the dishes are durable.** New eaters are often messy, so you'll want dishes that can withstand a little wear and tear. All products from Littoes are dishwasher safe and extremely durable! This dinner set will last them well into elementary school!
Here are a few of our favorite dishware options for new eaters:
**Bibs.** Bibs are a must-have for any new eater. They will help to keep your child's clothes clean and prevent messes. Check out this adorable floral bib from Three Little Tots! Super durable and so easy to clean!
**Feeding utensils.** Feeding utensils should be made of soft, non-toxic materials. They should also be the right size for your child's hands. We offer a great set that comes with a travel case for meals on the go!
With the right dishware, you can make mealtime a fun and enjoyable experience for your new eater. So get creative and have fun with it!