With babies there are few certainties – they will do a poo just as you’ve struggled to put them into their snowsuit, they put everything in their mouths, and they will dribble. A lot!
I could never have too many bibs, especially when the Little Shires’ were teething, but I also wanted Bibs that fitted in with their outfit. Something that’s stylish, comfy and practical – isn’t that what any mummy wants?
I have a Funky Giraffe Bibs Giveaway, here on the blog, offering you a collection of 10 cool Bibs, worth over £20*
Just a small selection of bibs available from Funky Giraffe Bibs UK.
The bandana bibs are just gorgeous and if yours are older you may want to check out their over sized bibs. They’ll also make lovely Christmas presents as they bibs can personalised. They’re made from non-fraying Jersey cotton which absorbs any dribble and have a fleece backing that acts as a second barrier. Having damp or wet clothes underneath the bib always frustrated me! The bibs do up with nickel-free poppers which I preferred as I used to get Mademoiselle’s hair caught in Velcro which was a nightmare!
The Funky Giraffe people also have some beautiful, personalised stockings ready for Christmas and some burp cloths to match bibs too. They are really cute!
“Practical and functional doesn’t have to rule out stylish and comfy” says the creator of these funky bibs. Can you tell she’s a mumtrepreneur ?
This giveaway runs until midnight on 29 November 2015. It’s open to UK & ROI residents only, aged 18 yrs +. One lucky winner will be chosen at random via Rafflecopter and will be contacted via email and twitter.
Good luck xx
Disclosure: The lovely people at Funky Giraffe Bibs UK will be responsible for distributing the bibs directly to the winner, and the bib designs may differ from the ones shown however they will be tailored to suit your personal preference of male, female or neutral designs,
I'm Tracey, nice to meet you. Mummyshire was 'born' three years ago after we moved from London to the Oxford countryside. Here I chart our journey adjusting to our new lives, the challenges of being in the countryside & surviving parenthood.