KiddyStar Baby Bandana Drool Bibs

October 26, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

GREAT:  Christian had TERRIBLE reflux for the first six months of his life.  Poor guy would spit up all day long and we were going through multiple outfits and burp rags a day.  We were doing everything possible to help him feel better with the reflux and I knew there had to be a way to cut down on the outfit changes as laundry was piling up fast.  Enter these bandana bibs.  These were the perfect way to keep Christian nice and dry when he had an episode and spit up.  They are so absorbent and were able to easily keep his outfits dry even on his worst days.   Thankfully, Thomas doesn’t have reflux which has been such a relief; however, we still use these bibs.  When Thomas drinks his bottle he devours it as fast as he possibly can which causes him to dribble milk out of the side of his mouth.  When he first started doing this I figured it was a one-time thing as it completely soaked his clothes.  I quickly learned this was not just a one-time thing and very quickly through the bibs on.  Since then he drinks his bottles fast and happy and I stay happy because he stays dry.  Christian never really drooled when he would teeth but a lot of babies do.  I’m curious to see how Thomas reacts to teething.  If your baby drools when he teethes then these bibs are going to be your best friend.  

 

The bibs have a double layered design that help with moisture management.  The front layer is made up of 100% cotton which has a high absorption capacity to protect your baby from getting wet.  The back-side has a polyester fleece which resists moisture and helps prevent it from passing through to your baby’s clothes.  The dual front & back protection helps keep your baby dry all the time.  No matter if there is spit up or drool these bibs have your baby covered. 

 

GOOD:  The bibs are made with 100% GOTS certified organic cotton in the front and the back is made of soft polyester.  These are seriously the softest bibs I have ever felt, I just want to rub the back side all over my face.  They also have a nickel-free snap closure as to eliminate any risk of skin allergies.  The bibs are easy to clean as you can throw in the washing machine and wash like normal; however, you need to make sure that you air dry or hang dry.  I’m also obsessed with the beautiful colors and prints that these bibs come into.  I love that when we go out I can find a bib that becomes an accessory to my boy’s outfit rather than ruining the look I was going for.    There are two snaps so that these can fit your baby at any age and can grow with your baby.  The company also offers a 100% risk-free satisfaction guarantee to let you buy with confidence.  If you don’t like the bibs you can return with no questions asked.  It doesn’t get much better than that.

 

BAD:  Christian and his reflux would be able to soak through a couple of these a day; however, changing a bib is sooooooo much easier than changing an entire outfit.  You also get 8 bibs for just under $20 so it is easy to change out the bib quickly when you need to.  With Thomas I use about one a day, but he also only get them wet when he is eating.  The other thing I wish was different is that the label is sewn into the front of the bib making it difficult to remove.  The prints are so pretty that it kind of takes away from them and draws your attention to the label.  This isn't a deal breaker for me but something to be noted.

 

UGLY:  I don’t have anything ugly to say.  The back side of the bib is the softest thing I have ever felt and the front side has the cutest prints.  Add to that they keep my baby dry and I am one happy mommy.

 

ADDITIONAL STATS:

  • Eight bibs for just under $20 on Amazon or at KiddyStar’s website http://kiddy-star.com/

  • Made from 100% GOTS certified organic cotton and polyster

  • Do not leave the bib on an infant or child while sleeping or while unsupervised.

  • Air dry or hang dry product as machine drying may cause color fading as well as shape alteration.

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