Monday 22 April 2013

It's A Bibble Review

As some of you will know from reading my blog, Layla has reached the dreaded teething stage, which mean copious amounts of dribble!!

I was lucky enough to be sent a dribble bib from the lovely people at It's A Bibble and I was hoping it would save some of my baby's clothes from being drowned.

Its A Bibble are bandana bibs which I am pleased to say are made in the UK. They are made from cotton on one side and fleece on the other. With their popularity increasing, they are now shipping their bibs globally.

I was sent a bib in the Emily print but with over 90 different designs, there is definitely one to suit every child.

These bibs can be used right from birth up until your child is around three years old. With two settings of popper fastening they are very adjustable. I am happy to report that these bibs really do work, the cotton absorbs any wetness but the fleece on the other side stops it from getting on to your little ones clothes, I suppose it acts like a barrier.

I am going to assume these bibs are very comfortable because unfortunately Layla cannot talk just yet but she never attempted to pull it off, so I will take that as a good sign, the fleece is very soft to touch and washes very well.

I have been using this bib for a couple of weeks now and it hasn't shrunk or lost it's shape. Also being fleece on one side, it is extremely quick drying!!

I love these bandana style bibs because as well doing a great job at keeping your little on dry they look so cute and with so many designs you can get ones to match all outfits :)

Offering discounts the more bibs you buy and bib packs of 4 bibs costing just £10.00, I would say they are great value for money. You can also buy bibs for special occasions and they have now widened their range, recently introducing the bibbleplus+ for older children and adults who have special needs.

You can also find Its A Bibble on Facebook for all their latest news and you might even find a giveaway or two.

Tell me, which designs would you choose??


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  1. Ooooh I love the 'Row your Boat' design with anchors on! I love these bandana style dribble bibs, will be stocking up for baby!

    1. I love them too, they look fab as well as keeping baby dry :)


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