Anyone who knows our little guy knows how much he loves to raspberry. Not the fruit, although he enjoys those too, but the kind where he joins every part of his mouth to project an exuberant amount of spit. We thought it was a phase when he first started doing it but months later he'??s still amusing himself and us with this little trick. That is unless he'??s decided to do so when he'??s eating!
As if mealtimes weren'??t messy enough he often decides to culminate his meal by having it land all over everything. The floor, his clothes, my clothes... nothing is safe. As you can imagine this leads to a lot of laundry that I don'??t particularly look forward to each week, therefore I welcome any product that saves me from an outfit change (his not mine... on a good day).
Wee Drool Bibs are just that. Normal bibs usually aren'??t long enough to catch the food that lands on his belly and for a normal teething (or raspberry) drool session simply end up soaked real quick. After having three drooly babies of her own founder Kelly Yaep decided she'??d save future moms another laundry load. About a year ago, she started cutting up some of her son'??s t-shirts and came up with an eco-friendly way to protect small clothes with Wee Drool bibs.
My favorite part about them are the armholes and back snap. They end up looking like a cool t-shirt and don'??t end up flipping over my Oliver'??s face when he lays down like other bibs. And since the organic cotton is blended with Bamboo Viscose they are not only super soft but SUPER absorbent. I'??d mention how good looking they are, but you can already see that for yourself in the photos above. Now if only she would make an adult size one to protect my threads on those other days...
(No Oliver's were harmed while testing out this bib. Although the bottom left photo says otherwise.)
Former Editor in Chief of ANTENNA, Kaity Velez, falls in love with her son, partner, Brooklyn & its delicious food on a daily basis. She documents her adventures on When Babies Blog.
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