Anyone with a baby knows that bibs are a must! Whether it be to catch food as they eat or the endless dribble when they are teething (which is ALL the time!). There is no need to use the traditional bib style anymore as companies like Funky Giraffe make these gorgeous bandana bibs to match in with your baby’s cute outfit!
When we were asked to give these a try I was very excited, Baby L is dribbling non-stop at the moment and it soaks through her tops very quickly- meaning a change of outfit is needed often! I chose the Strawberry Tea Set range although they do not seem to sell them since I received them which is a shame as they are so cute!
So what is special about Funky Giraffe bibs?
Well, besides the super cute prints they sell, each bib is made from 100% cotton and feels so soft! This is perfect for wiping baby’s face- especially for those with sensitive skin. The back of the bib is made from fleece which means it absorbs the moisture, preventing it from soaking through to their clothes- perfect!
I also like that the bibs have 2 poppers. Baby L is 13 months now and is still able to be on the smallest size, but I will be able to adjust the fit as she grows.
So what did we think?
We have got out of the habit of putting a bib on – even at mealtimes which I know is naughty! However, as these are so cute she can wear one all day and therefore her clothes are protected when she does make a mess! The extra fold of material under the chin offers extra protection too which is great!
I love the quality of these bibs- they wash really well and have not lost their colour at all. I would definitely buy these bibs in the future (to add more funky styles to our collection) and would also buy them as a gift for other mummies I know.
I am so excited to be able to offer these two gorgeous bibs for a giveaway- perfect for Mothers’ Day! All you have to do is complete ALL of the Rafflecopter entries for your chance to win!
Each bib is £4 and can be found on the Funky Giraffe website
We were sent thee pack of 10 bibs in return for this review. All thoughts and words are my own.