These new products with help keep you and your kids clean and organized
Pack lunch for school or park days in a dishwasher-safe GrowBento Lunchbox ($38 – $42 for the bento box and two pods). The outside container is stainless steel and it fits up to four removable silicone pods that can hold liquids (perfect for sauces and dressings). The pods are leak-proof and freezer safe and a variety of colors are available. They are perfectly sized for baby food, too. miniware.com/collections/growbento-collection
Green Sprouts Reusable Face Masks ($9.99+) come in adorable designs in child, youth and adult sizes. The masks are three layers and feature an adjustable nose clip and adjustable ear loops for a good fit. Put on a bunny nose or a puppy face for cute, everyday wear. greensproutsbaby.com/collections/safety
Potty training can be a challenging time – parents will take all the help they can get. Potty Train with Pinky Bear ($38 for the book and bear set) is designed to make the process fun and engaging for toddlers, using story and song and rewards to encourage confidence as they reach this milestone. Learn more about the book and Pinky at pinkybear.com.
Toss an individually packaged wipe in that lunchbox or backpack so kids can remove the goop even when they are away from home. Handzies (starting at $12.49 for 24 individually wrapped wipes, with bulk packages and soft packs also available) wipes are made with only natural castile soap, water, and essential oils. They are a gentle and convenient alternative when a sink isn’t available and the grime needs to go. handzies.com