J loves Christmas. He loves the tree, the decorations, Father Christmas and all the advent chocolate he can eat! One thing he doesn’t love though, is Christmas dinner. Trying to get him to join in with a roast dinner every Sunday has become a massive battle and he has very limited ideas about what he wants to eat.
One way to try and encourage him to eat is to make food fun. So when the people at UncommonGoods asked me to pick my favourite gifts from their site I was excited to see a variety of great children’s tableware.
These digger plates are just perfect. Bright, vibrant, fun and a great idea for any vehicle mad toddler.
Now, I know they say ‘don’t play with your food’ but this hoop bowl is so cute, why not?!
These face plates are really simple but a lovely idea that allows children to think about the texture and colour of their food as well as the taste.
J doesn’t like his food mixed together so this Choo Choo set would go down really well and I love that it comes with a cup as well.
There are some really unique gifts on Uncommon Goods and I have been having a little browse fo myself as well, looking at some lovely jewellery and quirky things for the house. They have a great commitnment to sustainability and championing small, creative manufacturers. I’m really excited to have discovered their website and find out they now ship to the UK.
*This is a collaborative post and I was compensated for writing about UncommonGoods but all words and opinions are my own*