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Mommy's Lil Helper: Table Topper Placemats

Mommy's Lil Helper: Table Topper Placemats

Taking your babe out to dinner can be stressful with people staring, highchairs in short supply and the possiblilty of temper tantrums. One way to make it easier is to bring along your own disposable placemats made by Neat Solutions ($9).

The placemats have two adhesive strips that you stick down on the table to keep it in position. You can choose from Winnie the Pooh, Dora the Explorer or good old Sesame Street. While you protect your child from the germs on restaurant tables, the designs and characters will keep your baby occupied and entertained. When baby is finished eating, all you have to do is wrap it up and throw it away.

if you're lucky, you'll get a bite to eat too.

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myconscience myconscience 8 years
that seems kind of wasteful & a bit pointless, but it's cute...
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I'm actually not overly worried about the tabletop itself because they're going to have to clean it after every customer anyway, and my kids never ate anything at restaurants that would've created a sticky mess, just wiping the table. I do that with a napkin, pile the crumbs/spare food onto a plate for disposal, and that's always worked. What I want is a mat I can put under their chair.
Greggie Greggie 8 years
I'm actually not overly worried about the tabletop itself because they're going to have to clean it after every customer anyway, and my kids never ate anything at restaurants that would've created a sticky mess, just wiping the table. I do that with a napkin, pile the crumbs/spare food onto a plate for disposal, and that's always worked.What I want is a mat I can put under their chair.
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