OXO Tot makes everyday objects and activities simpler, easier, more thoughtful - better.
OXO Tot sees opportunities to improve everyday products and actions, and designs products that make your daily life with children easier. There are plates that don't slide off the table, an ergonomic potty, a compact baby bath, the most practical storage containers and so much more.
At OXO Tot, functionality and sustainability come first. All products have been made to last for years.
"We design tools that fit comfortably in your hand and in your life."
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In addition, OXO Tot offers a wide range of tableware that can withstand rough handling. Do you prefer a plastic plate with a silicone suction cup or a fully silicone plate with a weighted base? Are you looking for a water bottle for your little one that really doesn't leak? Or cutlery that your little one can hold themselves? You can find all of this and more at OXO Tot!
With the OXO Tot products, bath time and potty training become fun for both parent and child. The foldable bath is extremely practical and can be compactly stored away afterwards. The ergonomic potty has a comfortable high back, handy handles and a practical, removable inner bowl. Discover our complete bathroom collection here.
Splash! Time for the first bath! Your baby's first bath at home (without maternity assistance) is an exciting but also very nice cozy moment together. We'd like to give you some tips for the bath and 5 handy baby products!
Babies are extremely sensitive to high temperatures. This is because they cannot regulate their body temperature yet, which means that mums and dads have to be extra vigilant. These tips can help you keep your baby cool on hot summer days!
How do you teach your little ones to keep their food on the tray instead of tossing it on the floor? It’s all about mixing up a dash of training with an ounce of prevention. As your baby learns how to eat solids, at some point he’ll discover that throwing food on the floor is fun. What do you do then? You don’t want to encourage this behavior, but you don’t want to squash his budding curiosity either. We have good news: You absolutely can keep up the positive cues while also preventing a big mess.
As a parent who has changed numerous nappies, you're counting down to the moment your child can go to the toilet on their own. Teaching your child to do that is a big undertaking and it often takes time and patience. Here are a few tips to make potty training run smoothly.
Almost every baby store has a wall display flooded with bibs, but how do you make your choice? They exist in different colors, sizes, and materials. Some are more suitable for meals, while others can be worn all day long.
More information can be found on the packaging. To avoid discolouration and burns, it’s best not to put food with lots of oil, fat, sugar, or tomatoes in the microwave for longer than 30 seconds. Always check the food’s temperature before serving.