"This cup is short (Most sippys are tall) and has small handles and a soft spout to ease the transition from bottle to cup. This is the only cup my 9 month old could drink from until she mastered holding the weight and size of larger sippy cups."
"This is our other cup we use to transition from the bottle. The handles can be removed to look like a bottle, and the spout is flat but more similar to a bottle. This is a great cup to carrie 8 ounces of milk. We use this one when our 16 month old is really thirsty!"
"Our little girl could pound the balls with her hands from about 13 months until now. She is obsessed with this toy. Any pound and roll toy will work (there are various out there from plastic to wooden) because the general concept is the same."
"We bought this to cover the faucet and it works great (it won't mold like reviewers say UNLESS you don't wash it out every couple weeks, which I do when I wash the bathtub). Really any faucet cover will do though. You just need something or they start slippin and sliding around and could get a nasty gash on the head from the faucet!"
"We used this as an infant seat but believe it or not when you remove the white thing it makes more room for your toddler's thighs (we have a 25lb 16 month old) and you can use this as a booster seat! Unlike the bumbo it has straps that attach it to a chair!"
"Crocodile Creek makes beautiful creative placemats! Our favorites are this one, the barnyard 123 one (we talk to our toddler about the animal sounds while she waits for her food) and the history of transportation and great inventors placemats. Educational and colorful."
"Our favorite cloth diaper. We like the snaps because they don't wear as easily as the velcro. I've read children in cloth diapers recognized their bladder and bowel patterns more easily because the urine and poo doesn't absorb as quickly in a cloth diaper as it does in a disposable. Plus, this is much cheaper than buying diapers all the time!"