Here are a few of my favorite fun and funky finds to either curb your babies’ food envy while others dine or make others envious of how stylish of a mama you are! All of the vibrant patterns and colors are perfect for the summer.
Chewbeads- Perfect day or night, these mommy chic, baby safe necklaces are made from 100% silicon. Set your worries aside as your little babe gnaws on this while everyone else enjoys their meal. These BPA free necklaces constantly entertain Little A, so we can make it through an entire meal. http://www.chewbeads.com/
Petunia Pickle Bottom Cross Town Clutch- I’m a big fan of the Petunia clutch when I don’t feel like schlepping a huge diaper bag to dinner. This bag is perfect to hold the basics and includes a wipes case and a large fold-out changing pad. Keep a large box of back-up items from diapers to wipes to a change of clothes in your car. This has drastically decreased the knots in my shoulders and I certainly feel less like a sherpa. http://www.petunia.com/
Amuse Me Nursing Cover- For those little foodies whose diet only includes milk fresh from the source, Amuse Me’s nursing covers might just fit the bill for minimizing skin exposure. These vibrant and unique nursing covers have bright ribbons to hold your little foodies’ attention while nursing. Gone are the days of the sweet hands grabbing your face behind a blanket or constantly trying to rip off a cover only to embarrass you in front of your girlfriends’ husbands. http://www.amusemebaby.com/
Built Gourmet Getaway Lunch Tote- The neoprene, insulated lunch tote is perfect for parents that bring food along to eat out, picnic, or play at the park. There is ample room to store a chilled bottle of leche or two plus snacks. I often brought food (fresh purees that needed refrigeration and other snacks like cheese or turkey slices) with me for Little A before we started ordering off the menu for him. Meals stay cool for up to four hours. Check out all of their cool gear to protect your tech gadgets from exploring little foodies as well. http://www.builtny.com/