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The Cardamom's Top Feeding Tools and Accessories for Every Stage

Updated: Apr 9

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As a Registered Dietitian and mom of two, I know how challenging it can be to find the right feeding tools and accessories for your littles. That's why I'm excited to share with you my top Ten Little products (along with a few of my amazon faves!) for three different age ranges, starting from when your little one is just starting solids to when they become flourishing foodies.


Starting Solids (6 months-1 year)

Starting Solids is an exciting milestone for both babies and parents, as it opens up a whole new world of flavors and textures. As your young babe begins to explore solid foods, Ten Little offers a range of feeding tools and accessories to help make the transition a little easier. Here are some of my top picks for the Starting Solids stage, from 6 months to 1 year:


  1. First Foods Set: This set includes everything you need to introduce your baby to solid foods, including a bowl, spoon, and cup. The cup has a unique design that allows for easy drinking and prevents spills, while the spoon is soft and gentle on your baby's gums.

  2. Freezing Tray: This tray is perfect for freezing homemade baby food. It's made of silicone and has a lid to keep the food fresh. Each compartment holds 1 oz of food, which is the perfect portion for new eaters.

  3. Flexidip Learning Utensils: These utensils are designed to help your baby learn how to self-feed. The soft and flexible tip is gentle on their mouth and gums, while the easy-grip handle is perfect for little hands.

  4. Silicone Bib: This bib is made of soft and flexible silicone, making it easy to clean and dishwasher safe. The bib also has an adjustable strap that grows with your baby, making it a long-lasting investment.

  5. Bib Smock: This smock is perfect for messy eaters. It's made of waterproof and stain-resistant fabric and has long sleeves to protect your baby's clothes.



Early Eaters (1 -3 years)

The Early Eaters stage, from ages 1-3 years, is an exciting time for kiddos to explore different foods and develop their eating skills. Ten Little offers a range of feeding tools and accessories that are perfect for this age group. Here are some of my top picks:

  1. Mini Cup Straw: This cup is the perfect size for little hands and comes with a straw that's easy for toddlers to use. The cup also has a silicone base that prevents spills.

  2. Bamboo Suction Plate & Spoon: This plate has a suction base that keeps it in place, making it perfect for self-feeding toddlers. The spoon is also made of bamboo and is gentle on their mouth.

  3. Bamboo Silicone Forks & Spoons: These forks and spoons are perfect for toddlers who are learning how to use utensils. The silicone tip is gentle on their mouth, while the bamboo handle is easy to grip.

  4. Silicone Snack Cup: This cup is great for on-the-go snacking. It has a lid to keep snacks fresh and a flexible opening that makes it easy for little hands to reach in and grab a snack.

  5. Toddler Cups: These cups are made of durable plastic and come in a variety of fun colors and designs. They're perfect for transitioning your toddler from a sippy cup to an open cup.

  6. Toddler Utensils: These utensils are designed for toddlers who are learning how to use a fork and spoon. The easy-grip handles are perfect for little hands, while the soft and flexible tips are gentle on their mouth.

  7. Stainless Steel Straw Cups: These cups are so awesome for toddlers who love to drink from a straw. The stainless steel construction keeps drinks cold for hours, while the silicone straw is gentle on their mouth.

  8. Training Chopsticks: These chopsticks are a fun tool for toddlers who are learning to explore new foods. They can help lay the foundation for globally minded eaters. The easy-grip handles are perfect for little hands to hold, while the silicone connector keeps the chopsticks together.



Flourishing Foodies (3-5 years)

As children grow and develop their taste buds, mealtime can become more adventurous and exciting. The Flourishing Foodies stage, from ages 3-5 years, is a time when children are more willing to try new foods and enjoy the process of cooking and preparing their meals. With these fun and practical feeding tools and accessories from Ten Little, your Flourishing Foodies will be excited to explore new foods and help out in the kitchen. Here are some top feeding tools and accessories from Ten Little that can help encourage exploration and independence:

  1. Unicorn Charcuterie Set: This whimsical set includes a wooden board, knife, and six animal-shaped cheese markers. It's perfect for creating fun and colorful snack boards that little ones can help assemble.

  2. Cooking Utensils: Let your little ones get involved in the kitchen with their own set of cooking utensils. This set includes a rolling pin, spatula, whisk, and pastry brush, all made with durable and safe materials.

  3. Bamboo Bowl Set: This set of four colorful bamboo bowls is perfect for serving up snacks, fruits, and small meals. The bowls are made with eco-friendly materials and are dishwasher safe for easy cleaning.

  4. Animal Spoon & Fork Set: These adorable animal-themed utensils make mealtime fun and playful. The set includes a spoon and fork, each with a different animal design, and is made with safe and durable materials. Using fun utensils can help add interest to meals, which may be helpful to engage more selective eaters.

  5. Glass Mason Jar Cups: These reusable glass cups are perfect for drinks and snacks on-the-go. The screw-top lids prevent spills and make them easy for little hands to hold.


While none of these tools are absolutely necessary for enjoying mealtimes with your littles, they may help make it a little bit easier for parents and kiddos alike. Let me know what faves you have that I didn't mention in the comments.


xo,

The Cardamom




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