Thursday, August 2, 2012

Do You Have A Messy Eater On Your Hands- A Silly Billyz Bibs Review

Last week I reviewed a mOmma spoon and talked about the troubles I had with Weston grabbing the spoon and making big messes. If you looked up "Messy" in the dictionary right this minute I'm convinced you'd his little mug shot with food smeared all over. We go through bibs and outfits as fast as a fat kid eats cake.  This is a problem.

I started contemplating techniques or products to try to decrease our feeding disasters, and came across Silly Billyz Bibs. They have created several different types of bibs to help with various types of feeding/messy situations.  Today I will be highlighting three different types of bibs.

Made of 100% cotton with a nylon backing to prevent leaking through the bib, these bibs are ultra absorbent and functional. The best part of this bib is the gathering around the top of the neck. Weston tends to collect his food, like a hamster saving snacks for later, in his neck folds. This high neck gathering is a great preventer of this messy hide-out. The plastic snap closure across the back secures the bib tightly and there are three different snaps to adjust the bib to the size your baby needs.


Reflux and drool are quite common problems in the baby sect. The Toweling Bandanna bib is a great solution for the Mom that needs her baby to wear a bib all day to prevent soiling their clothes constantly. While Weston does not drool that much these days I can totally see where a bandanna bib would be a great solution for many Moms.  If drool and vomit are your problem, the bandanna bib could be your solution.



While this bib may not be the answer to mess prevention, it just may be the holy grail of clothing preservation. This is less of a bib, and more of an eating jacket. It covers the arms in lightweight nylon and the body is made of absorbent fleece backed in nylon. The body long enough to cover the crotch as well as the pants. Great coverage for the beginning self feeder. The style is a bit, "I'm a wrestler in my sweat suit running around trying to loose weight", but who cares when you take it off and your kid is clean? This bib might be a bit warm for southern summer wear, but I can't wait to use it in the winter, when I'm trying to keep jacket sleeves pristine. I do recommend that you order on the smaller side, as these seem to run large for the age that they are marketed.



Oh, yes...Let me rub this fruit all over myself!
Silly Billyz is going to send one lucky reader a free Plain Premium Toweling Bib and a Toweling Bandanna Bib. Please enter below for a chance to win! Thanks!


UPDATE: The giveaway has ended. Congrats to the winner, Terrim F. 

Disclosure: I received a product or products to review for free. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission guidelines.


51 comments:

  1. Is this open internationally? I would love to enter but I live in Ausralia

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    1. Jess, I have emailed the company to see if they will ship overseas....Ill get back to you asap!

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    2. Jess,
      The company just got back to
      Me and its US and Canada only. I'm sorry! I'll work on some international giveaways in the future!

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    3. Ok, thanks for your reply and efforts to find out for me :)

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  2. Thanks for the review, we might be checking out bandana bibs this weekend-Mia is a drooling/spit up machine!
    ~Nicole

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    1. Awwww Mia is the cutest! Hope you guys are having a great weekend and I hope you got that pedicure you wrote about on facebook! I need one of those!!

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  3. my son ruined one of his phillies onesies! he is a messy baby =p

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    1. These babies I tell you! Such the messy ones....

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  4. My son had a really cool Irish boxing shirt he stained!

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    1. oh, Irish boxing? That does sound cool!

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  5. My son spilled orange juice all over a tuxedo he wore at my sisters wedding.

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    1. Ughhhh all over his special outfit! Thats rough! Thanks for stopping by Giveaway Gal.

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  6. The worst for me was a brand new onesie I appliqued for my little one and not using shout on a spit-up stain. I was SO bummed when I realized!

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    1. Total bummer!!! I understand your pain!

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  7. Blowout on a brand new personalized onesie...unfortunately a bib wouldnt have helped

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    1. Hahaha, you needed a different kind of protection for that!

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  8. My daughter has ruined so many cute outfits! But, my favorite Carter's dress from Easter was ruined this year!

    jodidawson at hotmail dot com

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    1. Thats unfortunate! I hope she at least got some easter pictures in it first!

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  9. well...it wasn't my baby, but I was baby sitting, and the bib wasn't long enough...some sort of tomato based sauce all over her pretty flower dress..I felt so bad!

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    1. Im sure her Mama totally understood! Thanks for stopping by and entering.

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  10. His little jon jon from Strasburg:( It was SO cute!!!

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  11. Haha! I learned to feed my son in just a diaper! :)

    Thanks for the giveaway and such a great product!

    tiffers77@yahoo.com

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    1. I should start doing that too! Thank YOU for reading and entering my giveaway!

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  12. My daughter ruined a great dress with grape juice
    hrddiana556@gmail.com

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    1. I imagine grape juice is quite the offender!

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  13. I'm expecting my first in 3 weeks so she hasn't ruined any clothes yet (besides stretching out some of mine!) but I'm sure these would be wonderful!

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    1. Wishing you a happy and healthy delivery coming up!

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  14. Just strip em down to a diaper and add a bib! Nothing ruined! That being said a really cute Carters Baseball outfit is now full of orangy stains! WAH!

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  15. Back when, all my kids managed to ruin their favorite holiday clothing that I loved until I learned to changed them into something more comfortable after arriving somewhere or before we took pictures. Of course, thats when I learned that THE POWER OF THE BIB was necessary...LOL

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  16. My daughter ruined her 2 month old dress that I wanted to keep.

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  17. My son is as messy as they come! I have gotten to the point where I actually strip him down to his diaper when he eats! However, these bibs would be great when that's not possible!
    onecheaplady@yahoo.com

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    1. Im getting to the point that its going to be diaper only dinners for him too!

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  18. she ruined her first bday dress with bright purple icing

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  19. my son has ruined a few shirts from baby purees

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  20. My son ruined a healthtex outfit by staining it with food.

    owen.darlene@gmail.com

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  21. My son has ruined so many I am not sure which I would even start to state about. He is 9 months and only wants to feed himself, so it has gotten to the point we have to strip him down to a diaper now so we don't have to get rid of anymore clothes.

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    1. I empathize with your loss of clothes.

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  22. Cute little pink dress + missing the diaper = nasty ruined pink dress :(

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    1. ahahahahahahah. Was this your fault or your significant others?

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    2. You for sure win best story in the comments section!!!

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  23. There was a cute elephant shirt that my lil one got spaghetti all over.

    ecarian at yahoo dot com

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  24. Oh wow, I have so many to choose from...I'm going to have to go with his Easter outfit. It was yellow and white and my mom fed him Red sauce. It is completely ruined. We have tried everything. So upsetting! Good thing we took pictures first!
    tiffoverton77@yahoo.com

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  25. I don't have a baby yet! I do remember my sister ruining many a fav dress of mine when she was a baby tho!

    Hannah K on the form

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  26. A jumper and road trip diarrhea explosion.

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  27. Ooooh sounds like a few people need to invest in the Blowout Blocker!!! I have trouble getting mustard out of clothes and my 3 year old wants it on everything.

    wwcd23 at yahoo dot ca

    Also not sure if open to canadians terms and conditions was blank?

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  28. The product for baby is really cute I know my baby boy will love this one because they have different kinds of colors and design my baby love’s blue are this free for shipping
    if I order some?

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