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New ThinkBaby Stainless Steel Feeding Sets and Sunscreen

By Kristie Turck •  Published 04/13/10 •  2 min read

Last updated on August 19th, 2022 at 11:46 pm


I’ve been a fan of the ThinkBaby company for some time and feel like a broken record when it comes to singing their praises. I use their ThinkSport stainless water bottle myself and have been using their ThinkBaby Feeding Set for over a year. I try to eliminate unneeded waste in my day to day and packing my son’s preschool lunchbox is no exception. ThinkBaby’s dishes are something I use on an almost daily basis. I use the separates for snacks for the park, in my son’s lunchbox, for the beach, for serving baby food – they have endless uses. They are made with food-grade stainless steel and insulated with BPA Free polypropylene plastic. The parts come apart for easy washing too.

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ThinkBaby Stainless Steel Feeding Set

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ThinkBaby Feeding Sets

The ThinkBaby Feeding Set comes with a Soup Bowl, a Baby Bowl, a Bento Box, a handled Cup (which is my son’s favorite cup of all time), and a spoon and fork. All bowls and boxes come with a safe plastic lid for storage. I’ve tossed a bowl full of grapes or fruit in my diaper bag on more than one occasion and never once had to clean sliced kiwis out of my bag.

ThinkBaby has just released a few of their feeding items as separates, which is awesome because I have said more than once that I could use an extra bowl or bento box. They come in their traditional ThinkBaby orange or in a new fabulous blue color. The blue option says “think” on it for the big kids. The blue is my personal favorite!ThinkBaby Blue Stainless Steel Feeding Set

ThinkBaby Sunscreen

Years ago I learned of the Thinksport brand when they came out with their ThinkBaby line of food storage and I used those until they fell apart at the seams.  The company dove into the creation of sunscreen and pretty much nailed it. It’s easy to apply, protects well, and has no strong scents to speak of.

It’s always in my pool bag arsenal of sunscreens and has a permanent spot on my Sunscreen Cheat Sheet.

ThinkSport Sunscreen uses Zinc Oxide (20%) as a physical barrier to the sun.  So we are rash-free and burn-free all summer long.


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