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Make, Do & Push Review Make My Day Baby Bibs
Whether you’re doing baby-led weaning or you’re spoon feeding, weaning is a mucky business! So when H-Bear was offered a bib to review from Make My Day we couldn't resist; we've been on the look-out for a catch-all bib as have mostly been using tea towels and muslin squares up until now!
Make My Day are based in the US, and have a gorgeous, fun selection of weaning bibs, which can be purchased via Cheeky Rascals in the UK. There are 16 designs to choose from, and we originally opted for the Scholar bib in blue as thought H-Bear would look adorable in it.
Sadly it had sold out, so our next choice was the super cute penguin design, and we haven’t been disappointed! Made from 100% food-grade BPA free silicone, the bibs are super soft, stain resistant and dishwasher safe (which is always a bonus in my books!) They clean up beautifully, and are ideal for every day use.
The bib has adjustable straps, which means it will fit from around 6 months until approximately 3 years. It seems very comfortable, and gives a great amount of coverage. It also folds up perfectly to pop in the changing bag for eating out!
The Penguin Baby Bib from Make My Day costs £14.99. It has become an essential in our house… and our washing pile has decreased from the lack of re purposed muslin squares and tea towels!
Read the review here at Make, Do & Push.