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Hello, Re-Play! My Toddler’s Snacks BFF

Friday, January 15th, 2016

replay snack stackAs a mom of two toddlers, we go through a lot of snacks. My kids love the traditional snacks of goldfish, dry cereal, animal crackers, pretzels, etc. I am always looking for the best bowls, cups, and sippy cups to use for snack time and when we are on the go. I recently started purchasing Re-Play brand products from Mom’s Milk Boutique. Let me just say, I have met my toddler’s snacks BFF!

Here are some of the amazing and functional products offered from Re-Play.

  1. Sippy Cups: These hard spout cups are spill proof, and I mean it. We’ve been using these cups for several months, and I have yet to have an issue. They go in my bag easily, too. They are made from recycled milk jugs and fit perfectly in a toddler’s tiny hands. They come with a silicone valve and are easy to throw into the dishwasher when dirty.
  2. Soft-Spout Cups: These cups hold 10 ounces and are for 9 months and up. My son Levi loves these! The colors are bright and cheery. We have green and purple. No leaks, either. These would be a good option for a baby transitioning from bottle to cup.
  3. Bowls and Plates: The plates have 3 sections divided so you can put different foods on them for your little one. The bowls are perfect for cereal, snacks, or even side dishes at dinner. I wish I had a cabinet full of these plates and bowls. The quality is better than any we have bought at local stores.
  4. Snack Stacks: These are perfect for snack time on-the-go or at home. They work great for snacking toddlers and you can add them on top of each other as you get more. They are made from recycled milk jugs like the other Re-play products and also come in bright colors. No more baggies in my purse or containers that spill Cheerios everywhere.

Have you tried Re-Play products? If not, I highly recommend you give them a try. They are good for your toddler and good for the environment. You won’t be disappointed.

Karyn Meyerhoff is a mom of two in Northeast Indiana who is a big fan of products that don’t leak and spill in her diaper bag.