The best dressed necks in all of babydom
Bibs are one of those things that appear on every ‘must buy’ pre-baby checklist aren’t they? So we dutifully stocked up, of course. But as it turned out, Eliza was never a dribbly baby and we only ever used them once she started teething.
We’ve just said a hello to surprise tooth number seven though, so it was pretty handy that we’ve recently been sent a Snoodie dribble bib to try out.
If you’ve not heard of the Snoodie – what do you mean, you’re clueless about baby neck fashions? – then it’s a clever but simple idea; a loop of fabric that just goes round the neck to catch all the pesky drool and stop clothes from getting soggy. The design also means there’s no constant need to twist it back round into place at the front, as often happens with other bibs.
We thought the quality was great for the price (£6.95), it’s really well made and the fabric feels very thick and durable. There’s also two poppers so it’ll fit very snuggly for small or slightly bigger baby necks. Eliza didn’t seem to notice it was on so didn’t try and take it off.
There’s four colours and two patterns available (no baby pink or powder blue, so refreshing!). We picked the navy star pattern, but I think there’s so much potential – why not have two different fabrics, or really crazy patterns?
And of course, it does look ridiculously cute; less premiership footballer, much more baby Mumford & Sons.