My 17 month old is all about being independent which pretty much means she will not let us help her with her spoon or fork around meal times. So although bibs might be more commonly associated with babies, toddlers still need them so that their mother’s sanity isn’t completely lost! I got these two bandana bibs from Funky Giraffe recently and have been road testing them during meals for the past couple of weeks.
First off when I was ordering the bibs there is SO much choice it took longer than expected! I decided to go for purple, we have enough pink in this house at the moment. I chose a polka dot bib and then went for a plain purple which I customised to include the small ladies name. Nice choice of fonts and positions on the bib to choose from for adding your own personalisation which was great.I went for XXL Bandana Bib as the purpose of my bibs wasn’t so much for drool as it was for catching food. The size is perfect, I haven’t noticed any stray food spills from these bibs yet and she’s learning how to eat soup and porridge by herself so that’ll test it. The bibs are cotton on the outside and the underneath is a fleece material. Lovely and soft and actually the softness stays even after several washes which is nice as some of my bibs are fairly stiff now after copious journeys through the washing pile.There are three different poppers on either side of the bib closures making these bibs suitable for babies up to toddlers. Big plus for the poppers, easy to get on and off, nothing worse in my eyes than having to tie a bib on especially with a small lady that has long hair and can be cantankerous enough when she’s hungry!
They are a little more expensive than a bib you might pick up in Penny’s or Dunnes Stores but the quality is far superior to be honest. You can get your bibs at the UK store online or alternatively they have French, American and Australian websites too.
And I have a little giveaway so you too can enjoy these fabulous bibs – just use Rafflecopter for a variety of ways to enter and it will pick a winner on Friday October 23rd 2015. Open to UK and ROI participants only.