Friday, December 28, 2012

Bambinos Tidy Table Tray Review


Bambinos Tidy Table Tray this tray is awesome especially now that Jayce is at the age where he can sit in a booster seat. This tray worked out perfectly for Thanksgiving and Christmas but even for every day. It is pretty sturdy and has held up clipped to the table.  


The Bambinos! Tidy Table Tray + Flexi-Diner­™ is an innovative way to bring babies to the dining table while making meal time enriching for children and easier for mom and dad.  It clips easily to tables, features an easy on/off insert for two in one use, and has a flexible lip to catch spills.


There is a movement in parenting to eat with young children, instead of having them eat separately in the traditional height chair.  Bringing a baby to the table affords him the opportunity to watch, interact, and learn from the dynamics occurring at the table.  The research has never been clearer that eating together benefits the development of the child.  Experience shows that young children feel safe and do best with contained, organized spaces.  The Bambinos! Tidy Table Tray + Flexi-Diner­™ invites young children to eat at the big table, while having their own special place at the table.  The tray also has interactive locations for sippy cups, spoons and forks so that as your child grows she can learn to put things back in place in a way that is fun and enriching.There is a movement in parenting to eat with young children, instead of having them eat separately in the traditional height chair.  Bringing a baby to the table affords him the opportunity to watch, interact, and learn from the dynamics occurring at the table.  The research has never been clearer that eating together benefits the development of the child.  Experience shows that young children feel safe and do best with contained, organized spaces.  The Bambinos! Tidy Table Tray + Flexi-Diner­™ invites young children to eat at the big table, while having their own special place at the table.  The tray also has interactive locations for sippy cups, spoons and forks so that as your child grows she can learn to put things back in place in a way that is fun and enriching.

I really do like this idea and especially when you child is to big for the high chair but still can use a similar method.

Disclaimer: I was sent products for free to review for my honest opinion, from either a PR agency or a company. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers. Your opinions may vary from my opinions. 



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