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The transition to solid foods is a fun, yet chaotic time. Your little one is growing up, yet they insist on throwing food all over the place, making the biggest mess imaginable. Our award-winning tableware includes sectioned plates, protected cutlery and easy-to-clean bibs to make this time as easy as possible.
Find out why we’re a favourite amongst parents and browse our range below.
Feeding your baby isn’t an easy task, especially when at the start of their weaning journey, where they are leaving behind what they’re used to and adapting to solid foods.
To make this journey easier on them, you need tableware designed especially for them; whether silicone cutlery to protect their sensitive gums or suctioned plates to stop the whole meal from being thrown everywhere.
Our baby tableware has been designed to make mealtime more calming and enjoyable for both you and your little one. They are available in a wide range of colours, making every bite as bright as the smile on their face. They are all FDA food grade, BPA-free, non-toxic and anti-bacterial, so you can rest assured knowing they are safe when eating.
Colours include: lilac, ash lilac, sea salt, coral pink, aqua blue, meadow green, ash rose, cloud white & sky blue.
Babies are prone to making a mess, and that includes throwing their whole meal everywhere. Pippeta suction bowls & plates are designed to make unwanted spills a thing of the past, sticking to the surface no matter how hard your little one tries to remove them
Toddlers can be picky eaters, and having everything mixed together can be overwhelming for them. Pippeta silicone sectioned plates make this a whole lot easier by separating everything into different compartments, making it easier for them to eat.
Babies have sensitive gums and need cutlery that looks out for them. Pipetta’s multi-award-winning My 1st Spoon & Fork are the perfect way to introduce your baby to cutlery. Designed for tiny hands and a choke guard, there has never been an easier and safer way for them to eat.
When they’re a little older and ready to leave the choke guard behind, our silicone spoons & forks are the next steps. These are designed for tiny hands and come with a longer handle to fit their hand with ease.
Babies are prone to making a mess all over themselves, so you need a bib that can handle a lot of spillages to keep your surrounding area clean.
Our silicone bibs feature rounded, built-in neck fasteners and deep front pockets, keeping your little one as comfy and clean as possible, whilst catching their dropped food in the process. Our waterproof cape-sleeved bibs let your little one get messy without causing you a nightmare; simply rinse off any spills and wipe clean ready for the next time.
Our weaning sets are the perfect way to introduce cutlery and tableware, letting your little one practice self-feeding with confidence. Making the weaning process a lot easier for you, they come with everything you’ll need including the section suction plate, suction bowl, my 1st spoon & fork, spoon & fork, silicone bib & cup & straw.
When should I start weaning my baby?
It’s recommended to start weaning your baby whenever they start to show an interest in solid foods - which is typically between 6-8 months old. Remember that every baby is different; some babies start weaning at 5 months, others later on.
Can I use regular plates and cutlery for my baby?
We don’t recommend using regular plates and cutlery for your baby as they are not designed for them. Silicone tableware makes it a lot easier and more comfortable for them as they are easy to hold and will not hurt their sensitive gums.
My baby is struggling with weaning, how can I make this easier?
Weaning is a tricky stage for most babies, and because of that, there are many tips out there to make it easier. If your baby is not interested in solid foods, introduce them soft liquid food such as porridge or milky rice and slowly add in small fruits. It’s also a good idea to let them explore tableware even if they make a mess in the process, this will help them get used to self-feeding.