You’ll know from my previous posts about BecoThings that I absolutely love their products. Their BecoPotty is our potty of choice, and I love that we can use it as a plant pot when both our girls are toilet ready. I love the BecoStep too. It’s sturdy, strong and Ameli drags it from her easel to the sink to the change table to see what’s going on a few centimetres above her head.
Now BecoThings have brought out something new: A BecoFeeding Set. This is made from the same eco-friendly material – plant fibres from bamboo and rice husks – and are sustainably made. They are also BPA and Phthalates free – which when dealing with my little girl’s food, is a winner to me.
Available in the standard pink and blue, and also a lovely green, the set consists of a bowl, plate and cup, all with really unique shapes.
The ‘Slim Design’ cup is an oval shape, with raised sides to avoid spilling – if you can convince your minor to drink from the correct side! What is a bonus though is that the ‘slim’ design makes it a lot easier for little hands to hold on to than the standard round cup, which has on more than one occasion escaped from Ameli’s hands.
The bowl also has curves, which looks nice. It is quite shallow, but ideal for pasta and cereal, and the plate is a lovely flowery shape, with raised sides to prevent food from being shifted right off the plate in an attempt to get it onto cutlery.
Available for £11.99, the BecoThings BecoFeeding set can be found online at BecoThings or in a variety of shops.
The BecoThings BecoFeeding set can be yours if you’re the luck winner of the set. To stand a chance of winning, leave a comment below to let us know which colour you’d prefer.
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