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20/02/2013 at 23:37
Following on from tsc post just wondered if the BandAnna bibs are better than normal bibs anf if so what the main diffs / benefits are?
21/02/2013 at 06:54
To me the only benefit is that they look cute and match Es outfits. We don't need them much as we only uwe bibs at feed time and then usually a Muslin is my preferred choice. But if you had a Constantly sicky baby then you'd keep them on all the time id image.
21/02/2013 at 06:55
They're definitely better if you have a dribbly baby. The funky giraffe ones are lined at the back so absorb the moisture much better than normal ones.
21/02/2013 at 07:09
I second the funky giraffe bibs, personally for me it's the 'look' of them rather than him have a bib on all day.
21/02/2013 at 07:47
Think its more for LO's who are dribbly etc that have them on all day...we only used whem O was teething as he isnt overly dribbly...for milk I always preferred the coverage of a full bib personally x
21/02/2013 at 10:11
For us they're a godsend as E is very dribbly as it seems he's been constantly teething since he was born! He was getting terrible 'cheesy neck' as a result and it was very sore looking so we started using bandanna bibs and its stopped. They also look really cute x
21/02/2013 at 10:12
I just think they look cuter than normal bibs. I do use them for practical reasons though. For example, yesterday between feeds, a was a little sick a few times, mostly just dribble sick but managed to soak through a top and vest and needed a full change, whereas the. Bib would have saved that.
21/02/2013 at 13:23
For me its mainly the look of them as they look very cute for general wear for dribbles. When it comes to feeding i much prefer a full bib and a muslin.
21/02/2013 at 13:40
He wears them constantly as he is dribbly - Holly was the same. He doesn't have a bib for food or milk though whereas Holly used to have a normal bib over bandana bib and muslin to hand - she was sicky, sicky baby!
21/02/2013 at 13:53
The funkygiraffe bibs are great!
21/02/2013 at 16:18
I prefer them as I think they make a closer fit to the neck than the normal shape, so catch more of the dribble and puke. I do think they look cuter too if you're going to leave them on all day, we're going through about 3 a days at the mo as G is teething x x
21/02/2013 at 16:51
I use them with A for the look and if we are going out to stop him getting sick on his cloths. I find they cover less than normal bibs and when A is sick normally it's of the projectile vomit kind so I use weaning bibs when feeding now as they are much bigger.
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