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January 7, 2016 8:36 pm | by

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The ez-pz Happy Mat makes mealtime fun and cleanup a breeze! I don’t know about you, but I love putting together my little one’s lunch! It’s fun, and also a great way to get creative with healthy options! Not only is it a good time for us to bond with our children, but making lunches promotes healthy eating, which is essential to a healthy life! Here is why we love the ez-pz Happy Mat in our home! 

Easy to use – e-z-p-z, the name is definitely 100% right! This mat is simple to use and clean! 

No Mess – The best thing about this mat is that it keeps the mess down! (YAY!) The mat is a little heavier so it doesn’t move around and stays in place. Since there is additional matting around the plate, most of the crumbs and leftovers end up on the mat and not the floor or table. When your little one is done eating, you simply pick the entire mess up and wash! 

Dishwasher safe – I hate to say it, but everything I buy is usually dishwasher safe, including this mat. It fits nicely in the dishwasher and washes clean! PS: it’s microwave safe, too! 

Fun – The giant smiley face says it all! My little guy loves this mat! It’s fun and functional.

Durable – This mat is very well made. It’s made from a high-quality silicone that’s thick and BPA free/FDA approved! Even with the many washes it has faced, it still looks brand new! 

Be sure to check out all of the other amazing feeding essentials that Cotton Babies carries HERE

About the Author

Emily is a Midwest native currently residing in North Dakota with her husband who is active duty in the United States Marine Corps and their sweet boy Asher Jude. She currently is a stay at home mama due to her husbands busy military schedule. She enjoys crafting, shopping, and of course blogging on her personal blog Everything Emily. Emily's little guy is the light of her life and she loves sharing tips, tricks, and life experiences with other mamas. Instagram: @emilyloeffelman


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