This post is sponsored by OXO Tot, but all opinions are my own.
How is it that I did this whole baby thing less than two years ago yet I can’t remember anything? I’m not the only one with total mom brain, right?!?
Since Ezra is getting closer to the one year mark (wait, WHAT?) I’m really trying to incorporate more real food into his diet.
But here’s the thing, I think I’m doing terrible at it. Like if it’s not puréed baby food I don’t know what to feed him. Now he would be totally happy with bottles, purées, and puffs all day long, but I know we need to give him something a little more substantial!
Also, I can’t completely remember, but I’m pretty sure when we stopped giving Jude bottles all he ate was hot dogs. So I would like to maybe not repeat that with this one. I mean that’s why you have more than one kid, right? So you do everything right the second time around… KIDDING!
Regardless of what he’s eating, I pretty much ALWAYS put on this Roll-Up Bib from OXO Tot. I love that it’s fabric at the top so it’s comfortable around his neck and then at the bottom, it’s structured silicone so it always stays open to catch his crumbs and drips.
So I’ve also got these awesome Glass Baby Blocks from OXO Tot but I have no idea what to put in them. They are pretty cool because they can go straight from the freezer to the oven or microwave. Plus the blocks sit in a tray so you can stack them on top of each other. An organization dream for the freezer! But please don’t look in my freezer right now.
I love that the bib rolls up into itself and then clips closed. We actually have two of these bibs and one of them lives in the diaper bag for eating on the go! I also store the On-the-Go Feeding Spoon and case in the diaper bag too.
Another thing I’m really trying to get better about is giving Ezra cups of water. We didn’t have too hard of a time transitioning Jude from the bottle to sippy cups, but we did try about 90374598734578 different cups before we found one he liked.
I really love the Transitions Sippy Cup so far for Ezra! And he has figured it out for the most part too! It has a soft spout (so it mimics his bottle which is why I think he likes it so much) with an attached lid, which I love because then I know it stays clean in the diaper bag but I also can’t lose the lid. Win win! The cup also comes with a training lid and disc that can be eventually removed when your baby is no longer a baby. Which hopefully is never. :)
Okay help me feel better, what have you (or have you not) fed your baby? I think I’m going to read over this post from OXO to get some ideas!