Dinner time with Constructive Eating. - Porsha Carr Blog

Dinner time with Constructive Eating.


Hi guys!
We all know the classic movie "A Christmas Story" right? It's literally the best Christmas app movie of all time, and yes I am totally aware that it is May and not December. But I bring this movie up because there was one scene in my mind that really stood out. Do you all remember the meatloaf scene? "Meatloaf Smeatloaf Double Beatloaf. I hate meatloaf!" Where little Randy Parker wouldn't eat his meatloaf. Then his mom had to result in pretending like he was a little piggy to feed him? Ha, sound familiar? How many times have we all had to trick our little ones into eating? resulting in using the fork as a choo-choo train or the spoon as an airplane? Whatever it is that you do to get your little ones to eat you can now stop thanks to Constructive Eating.

 

Constructive Eating is a really cool brand that makes eating a good time for your little's with the combination of construction. Inspired by one of the founder's love for construction equipment at a young age Constructive Eating was just a dream. Later down the road Carter and Jackie Malcolm deiced to make that dream a reality and Constructive Eating was created. The business is family owned and family grown. While all products are lead, Phthalates, PVC, BPA, & Paint free. They are made with love and care and in the USA. Constructive Eating sells an abundant amount of products such as plates, utensils, placemats, shirts and more. Their products are very neat because they are made to look like they are real-life construction items.

 
 

For review, Ivy and Aria received t-shirts, garden plates and a set of three utensils in the mail. The plates were so awesome I did not even want the girls to eat off them. They couldn't wait! They loved the pink and green designs. So I put them in their construction shirts and let them go to work. Having chicken pasta for dinner, the girls were very eager to use their utensils. They plowed through their pasta with their garden rake forks, up and around the plate. The scoped up their chicken with their garden shovels. Anything that was left over on the plate was moved to the side with their hoe pusher. 

 
 


It was dinner, but it was fun. I like the fact that I did not have to bribe them to eat or even finish for that matter. It took a lot of stress of me, which was great. They really engaged in dinner time. The set was also extremely easy to wash and did not stain even though they had pasta.



So as generous as the Constructive Eating team is they are letting me host a giveaway and guess what I am giving away a utensils set to your son/daughter here's how:

It’s giveaway time! I’ve teamed up with @Constructiveeating to give one lucky winner their very own  utensils set!
To enter for a chance to win, all you have to do is follow the steps below:
1. Follow @Constructiveeating & @missporsha on Instagram.
2. Tag 2 friends below + tell us what your child's favorite food is.

Giveaway ends 05/03 at 11:59pm EST. Winner will be notified 05/04! Good luck!






Thank you Constructive Eating for our T-shirts & plates/utensils!
You can check out all things Constructive Eating here. 



(I received this product for review, but all opinions are my own.)
(This is a sponsored post from Constructive Eating.)




1 comment

  1. What a cute idea. Amaya is a decent eater but keeping her engaged is the trouble. I think she would love this as much as your girls did.

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