Sadly, I think this might be my last installment of "top baby items." :( Let's be honest - I just don't have a baby anymore! (Not for right now, at least.) (No, I'm not pregnant.)
I've had a great time putting these posts together. And I'm glad I have them for future reference (again - not pregnant). If you've never seen these before, here's what you've missed!
1. Munchkin Click Lock Sippy Cups
I've lost count of how many sippy cups we've tried. SO many leak...I mean just about all of them. This is one of the few I've found that actually don't! They are easy to take apart and clean, made of a hard (and yes, BPA-free) plastic, and easy for a toddler to hold. A close runner up to these are the Playtex First Sipsters - they don't leak a lot either, but they're a little bit slow flowing for a toddler Emmie's age.
2. Doodle Buddy
Ok, so this isn't technically a product, it's an app - and the best part, it's free! It's just a place where Emma Ramey can draw and paint on my phone if I need to distract her for a minute. Has lots of colors and options...you can even add a background to paint on. Emma Ramey actually calls this "snow" on mama's phone, because her favorite background is a snowman. :)
3. Little Tikes Junior Play Slide
This has to be one of Emma Ramey's favorite toys! It's fairly inexpensive for a slide and it folds up for easy storage. We love playing with this inside or outside...it's really great for those rainy days that she needs to get some energy out. She's an absolute slide fanatic, so she loves this! It's also small enough for her to do on her own (with supervision, of course).
4. Arm and Hammer Secure Comfort Potty Seat
We're just diving into the potty training world (HELP.ME.), but I've loved this product. We actually found out about this one from Emma Ramey's cousin. Instead of having a separate potty training potty that you have to (eww) clean out, just pop this on top of the regular toilet seat! It has a built-in air freshener, and it's just the perfect size for a toddler. Super easy to take on and off the toilet, and this way, they're using the big toilet from the beginning.
The only complaint with this is that I still have to put Emmie on the potty every time...I'm thinking maybe a step stool once she gets the hang of it? Not a big deal though.
5. Crayola Bathtub Crayons
Like I mentioned a couple of weeks ago, my child loves color. These are so fun! She's able to color right on the bathtub walls, and they wipe right off at the end of the bath. And, if needed, they wipe right off of a painted wall with a little bit of elbow grease. Ask me how I know.
What are your favorite toddler products?