|Red bandana bib with white stars|
I ordered my first set of dribble bibs when my baby was about three months old. She was a very possetty baby (kept bringing up little bits of milk every time she burped - and she burped often). The dribble bibs not only collected all this baby gunk but prevented me from having to change her outfit several times a day. They also stayed hanging down rather than flapping up in her face, like conventional bibs, even when she was lying down asleep.
As she grew there was less posseting and more dribbling as she moved towards teething - the bibs came in use soaking up this new sort of baby gunk. They really were a great buy.
I love them so much that I started to make them. I like to use a really cute button to fasten the bibs as I adore buttons, I really believe that details count in the way you dress (even if you're a baby) and their presence give me huge satisfaction. Here are some pictures of my bandana dribble bibs:
|Pink flower button fastening gingham bandana bib|
|Winter snowflake dribble bib|
|Snowflake shaped button fastenings|
View all the bandana bibs in my shop here or choose other handmade teething accessories featured on etsy from this selection: