Tommee Tippee held a blogger's event in Manhattan last year. At the event I was able to check out all sorts of new products, here are my top 3 picks:
Sectional Plates (read here for more information on sectional plates).
These plates let you put the veggies up front and center, with protein and other foods on the side. Just the way I like my sectional plates!
Back to Nature bottles
These are great for nursing babies who also take bottles and also a good option to try if your baby if refusing a bottle.
Amazingly clear video monitor (I don't use the sensor but the video works great). Another plus: it works on 110/220 voltage:
I also checked out their breast pump, which was not on the market yet but it looked like it had some innovative features. But cannot recommend it just yet...
I also did some endorsement work for Baby Brezza's nutrition pamphlets. I like their product but if you don't have much disposable income, you can make do with a steamer and a masher. But I loved the convenience of having it cook for me if I didn't already have something the baby could eat from the family table. And I love that this product is also 110/220 voltage! Cant wait to break it out for baby #3.
Liz Cook from the UK company Green Leafy was kind enough to send me two lovely hanging charts that I have in my office. I have the yoga one, which my kids love, and the vegetarian nutrition one, which is very well done a great reminder of all the great foods to eat for a varied diet.
And one of my new favorite books for parents interested in helping their children eat more foods is a book by Karen Le Billon: French Kids Eat Everything
I love all 10 of her rules and I have heard her speak and think she is wonderful.
I am happy she spent time in France but came back to NYC to teach us all their secrets! Plus, there are some great recipes in the back.