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