Fresh Baby Comic Book Design Plates & Cups Review and Giveaway

Check the bottom of this post for a giveaway!

Matthew is almost 9 years old. He enjoyed a breakfast of  eggs and mandarin oranges with water! (He’s my dairy allergy kid.)

My kids love the new Comic Book Design 4-Section My Plate and 8 oz Dairy Cup from Fresh Baby! These 8 inch plates are designed for kids 6 and up, which are a really nice option to have for my bigger kids. They have outgrown the traditional toddler plates, but the doesn’t mean they don’t like their own cool kids dinnerware!

What’s nice for mom and dad is that the plates with dividers for four food groups. This is a nice reminder of healing eating for kids with a diet of fruits, grains, vegetables, and proteins. The cup comes fill lines that are great, because I know exactly how much my kids are getting each day.

Fresh Baby Comic Book 4-Section My Plates 3 pack and 8oz MyPlate Dairy Cups are available to purchase on Amazon or the Fresh Baby Store. A portion of the profit is donated to the Partnership For Healthier America’s Drink Up Initiative that encourages everyone to drink more water. Fresh Baby products are dishwasher safe, Lead free, BPA free, and Phthalate free.

More about Fresh Baby: Fresh Baby offers a variety of feeding products for babies, toddlers, and children. They offer healthy recipe ideas and more on their website. I also love that they support breastfeeding awareness!

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One winner will receive a 3-pack of Fresh Baby 4 Section Comic Book Design Plates and a 2-pack of Fresh Baby 8 oz MyPlate Dairy Cups. Open to US Residents 18+. Use the Giveaway Tools form below to enter. For questions regarding this giveaway contact Farrah at This blog is not responsible for prize fulfillment.

Disclaimer: This review and giveaway are sponsored by Fresh Baby. All opinions are honest and are my own. 

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  1. May 26, 2016 / 10:19 pm

    The sectioned plates actually do really interest me. I currently use ones with three sections and know to use the larger section for fruits or veggies but I think these will really help me as well as others when preparing my child's plate or even letting him do it himself.

  2. Lillian
    May 31, 2016 / 7:36 pm

    I would like to try the cups or the plates.

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    June 10, 2016 / 4:34 pm

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