We review the Funky Giraffe dribble bibs

Mums of teething babies will all agree that you can never have enough bibs. But what's the best style and brand to buy? Here's Fozia's review of the Funky Giraffe dribble bibs:

I had forgotten how much babies dribble.....so when I was asked if I would like to review some bibs from Funky Giraffe I just couldn't say no. I had already purchased some bibs from Funky Giraffe but noticed that this time they were selling some slightly larger ones so was keen to check them out.

Funky Giraffe have a wide range of unique designs so my first mission was to decide which designs I would like. As I can be totally indecisive, this was not an easy task as all the designs were great.After much scratching of the head, I finally chose a mixture of bandana (dribble) bibs and XL bandana bibs.

We love these bibs. They are made of soft cotton and have a fleece backing. They are gentle enough to be worn throughout the day which protects Bee's clothes from her insane amount of dribble. And they are so stylish they look great with practically any outfit. The XL bibs are great for those days when there's alot of dribbling going on.

What is also great about the bibs is that ethically sourced materials are used and in my opinion are sold at a reasonable price. The bibs also have 2 poppers so that the bib can grow with your baby and it also ensures a snugger fit.

We were sent the Funky Giraffe bibs for the purposes of a reveiw on TalkMum. All thoughts and opinions are Fozia's own.

Fozia is a mum of 2 daughters. She was working as a legal adviser at the Citizens Advice Bureau but is currently a stay at home mum after being made redundant. She blogs at Muslim Mummy about her life in general and all things relating to babies, toddlers and children.

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