Approaching Toddler Town: My Favorite Products for My Almost Toddler 

My baby is almost not a baby anymore.  Boy, did it hurt to write that.  At ten months (almost eleven months)  she is a tiny,  giggly bundle of personality,  energy and sass.

As we are getting closer to having a one year old,  here are some things we could not live without for our tiny girl.

1.5 ounce Nuk Learner Cup 

Little Miss is picky about her sippy cups.  We have just started offering her a cup and we went through about six different kinds before we found one she’d take. These have a soft spout like a bottle,  are easy to clean and they are cute. 

2. Surprise by Stride Rite

Earlier this year,  Target began selling a line of shoes created by Stride Ride.  They are moderately priced,  which I think is important,  since they seem to outgrow shoes so quickly.  The shoes are well made and cute, and sturdy enough for when she decides to walk independently. 

3. Oxo Roll up Bib

This thing is awesome!!  It protects baby’s clothes by catching spills and dribbles,  and it wipes clean.  If you buy nothing else on this list,  buy this Bib.

4. Britax Marathon convertible seat 

My oldest daughter used this car seat from eighteen months until she turned five.  It’s not the cheapest seat on the market but it’s well worth the money. We’re buying another for Aubrey. 

I hope this list is helpful.  As always,  please feel free to comment and add anything I may have left out. 

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