With Little Mr now being weaned, the amount of bibs we’re getting through the washing machine is ridiculous! We were recently sent one of Bibisili‘s latest Catch All Bibs to review and it has been a firm favourite at the dining table.
We were sent Marvin Monkey. He’s a very cute character and looks brilliant on Little Mr.
The bib is a great fit. It has an adjustable neck so you it can fit to suit your growing little one which to be honest is a bit of a faff to thread the one end through the hole but if you’re better at threading needles than I am, you’d be fine. The bib is made of silicone which makes it incredibly flexible providing durability and is easily rolled up when not in use. It fits easily into the changing bag so you can take it with you anywhere.
I love the fact that it’s easily wipe-able. The puree’s Little Mr eats aren’t the friendliest colours and so stain a little on cotton bibs. They easily wipe off the Bibisili and I’ve found that using an antibacterial wipe on it after dinner time removes any lingering smells.
The built in crumb catcher has become a dribble/puree catcher and it’s a brilliant idea to stop those little blobs of food falling down clothes and into laps. Little Mr always bobs his tongue out when he’s got a mouthful and it always happens when you’re not looking so it’s good to know they’re something there to help catch the food he was eating!
As you know Little Mr is also teething so it’s good to know that when he nibbles on the bib it’s not going to do him any harm. The bibs are lead, BPA and Phthalates free and non toxic so whilst it’s not ideal that he’s chomping on his bib, at least it’s not going to do him any harm.
The bibs retail at £6.99 (available from their website) which I believe is very good value for money considering how many times we’re going to be able to use the bib. We would recommend the bib and they are available in lots of fun animal print designs so you can share dinner with a different animal each day! How fun?
Disclaimer: We were sent the bib for the purpose of this review. All words and images are my own.