Saturday, April 30, 2016

Baby B More Organic Bandana Bib Review #babybmore



I would normally use this bib for drool and a wipeable bib for meals, but this was pretty much the only way I could get her to sit still long enough for a picture.
It seems my little one is constantly teething.  In all honesty, she's had 17 teeth for months now, but these last three teeth are taking forever to come in.  She goes through random periods over the last few weeks of days where she drools a ton.  Her last tooth lead to a drool rash on her chin she was drooling so consistently.  I felt so awful for her when she got the rash even though I was able to clear it up in less than 2 days.  No one wants their little one to have a rash especially if there is any way we can prevent it.

When I came across these multilayer bandana style bibs, I had to give them a try.  I wanted something that would catch drool but was also soft enough to wipe away what was accumulating on her chin.

When I received the bibs, I was pleased with the gender neutral designs. Plus, being a bandana, I find them way cuter for her to wear all day than a traditional bib.  I think she looks quite fashionable with these bibs on as if it is an accessory not a merely functional bib. Sometimes, colors online aren't true to color; but these were.  I could definitely see using these not only with my daughter, but also if we had another little one regardless of whether we had a girl or boy.  I also thought the designs were stylish and modern especially the chevron and anchors.  We are definitely able to work them in with her current spring and summer outfits.  The hearts would have been perfect on Valentine's Day.  In fact, I've yet to find an every day outfit these didn't work with.


In addition to the yellow and white chevron LB is modelling above, the other designs are as pictured grey and white clouds, red and white hearts, and teal and white anchors.

I appreciate that there are two snaps to adjust to baby's size as they grow into a toddler.  Most bibs I've found are either sized for tiny babies or toddlers but rarely grow with them like these.  The snaps are also nickel free in case baby has sensitivities.

I found that due to the multiple layers of cloth, these bibs are much more absorbent than other drool bibs we've used in the past.  The bottom layer is a soft fleece, so you could even put this on a baby without a shirt in the summer which is nice.  The top layer of fabric was a bit stiff but softened right up after the first wash.  I was surprised by how well these bibs absorbed without getting her chest wet at all.



You can purchase these here.


I received this product for free in exchange for a review, but all opinions are honest, genuine, and my own.

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