23 May 2016


I have to say, being the mother of a stubborn toddler can at times be quite challenging, but meal times is never one of them.

If you've seen my recent Toddler Meal Ideas video, you'll see that Aria is a pretty good eater! It's something I sometimes feel bad saying, as I know a lot of parents can find mealtimes quite stressful, but it wasn't always this way!

One of the biggest things that's made a difference to how well Aria eats (other than the bribe of desert) is making it fun. I think we can all agree that if a meal looks exciting and appetising, then we're more likely to eat it, which is why I absolutely adore this Beatrix Potter Flopsy Rabbit Organic Dinner Set!

Firstly, can we just take a moment to appreciate how beautifully decorated it is? I mean, how could you not want to eat from this?! The set comes with a dinner plate, bowl, cup and cutlery, each with its own intricate design. What I love most about this set is that it is made from organic bamboo fibre, which of course makes it more enjoyable to use, knowing it's done a bit of good for the world!

It's made of such strong, sturdy material that Aria can happily sit and attempt to cut her meals (so independent!) and I don't need to worry about it slipping away from her. I love how the plate has divided sections, which makes serving and portion control a lot easier, as well as helping catch those runaway peas! With the plate and bowl having a slight edging to them, it means Aria can use one hand to hold the steady if need be, without the fear of her tipping the entire contents onto herself and the floor!

To see where this gorgeous range, along with so many others is available, head to the Enesco website to see where your nearest stocklist is located. Having shopped there for years, I can absolutely recommend them for the loveliest gift ideas for any age!

Thank you very much to Enesco for collaborating with me on this review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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