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Baby Bjorn Kitchen Set Review


This week we received a beautiful kitchen set from Baby Bjorn in one of their exquisite new colours to try out. The set arrived beautifully packaged in a gift box, inside was clover shaped plate, cup, cutlery and bib in powder blue.  I instantly loved the colour , it made the product look contemporary whilst still looking like a baby product. Each of the products in the set are especially designed to encourage and support independence and make meal times easier. The plate is shaped like a three leaf clover to help your little one scoop food onto the spoon. It also has slanted sides to help keep it in place. The cutlery is is designed for small hands to easily grasp and the pelican still bib can catch spills. The cup has a wide base to keep it steady on the table and is perfectly sized for little hands to hold.



The kitchen set has certainly received both mine and Tommy’s approval. I love it as it not only looks good but has proved to make meal times less messy. So far the plate has stayed firmly on the table, so far it hasn’t been knocked or tipped over. The design of the fork and spoon has helped Tommy scoop up the food and get it into his mouth with less spills along the way. I really like the design of the bib, the fastening is quick and easy and the bib fits the shape of Tommy’s body well.   Tommy especially loves the cup, for the past few weeks he has been asking to use a regular tumbler just like his brother has to drink from, this usually results in a few spillages even when we only pour a tiny amount into his cup at a time. The Baby Bjorn cup has been really well designed to help avoid spills without the need of a lid.


The  The kitchen set has certainly received both mine and Tommy’s approval. I love it as it not only looks good but has proved to make meal times less messy. So far the plate has stayed firmly on the table, it hasn’t been knocked or tipped over. The design of the fork and spoon has helped Tommy scoop up the food and get it into his mouth with less spills along the way. I really like the design of the bib, the fastening is quick and easy and the bib fits the shape of Tommy’s body well. Tommy especially loves the cup, for the past few weeks he has been asking to use a regular tumbler just like his brother has to drink from, this usually results in a few spillages even when we only pour a tiny amount into his cup at a time. The Baby Bjorn cup has been really well designed to help avoid spills without the need of a lid.

The sets are available in  four colours (powder blue, powder pink, powder yellow and powder green) available from the 18th of February.  You can purchase them from the Baby Bjorn website.  The products are also available to buy individually to suit your needs.

* The Baby Bjorn Kitchen Set was kindly gifted to us for review. As always all opinions are my own.







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