Friday 7 October 2016

Baby Baker Friday - A BIBaDo Review

So as you know, I decided that Friday's on the blog would be dedicated to my pregnancy and my status of "Mum".

I know it's not something everyone wants to read about but it is something that I really wanted to do - so I'm doing it - after all, being pregnant and having two beautiful children is huge and I really wanted to share bits and pieces of what is going on in my life amongst these pages.

So here we go

~ Baby Baker Friday ~

I do realise that this is a fairly obvious thing to state, but I really love having Willow dressed all nice and looking mega cute most days.

Actually, I like both of my children to look nice but I don't get much of a say with Charlie these days - he's at an age now that when he's not in his school uniform he chooses his own outfits.

So I'm left to get my daily dressing up fix via my little lady - which is fine by me - but I have to admit there are a few downsides to loving all of this baby clobber.

Obviously the costing of things is one negative - I really do spend far too much money on my little one but it really can't be helped - which links straight into the second downside - mealtimes.

I always - especially in a morning - seem to be in a crazy mad rush because both kiddies (and myself) need to be up, dressed and ready to go by 8am at the latest most mornings.

So when I'm trying to give them breakfast, wash the dishes and empty the washing machine before running out of the door, the last thing I need is for my carefully picked, probably very new, cute, lovely baby outfit to be splattered from cuff to neck with Weetabix, raspberries or yogurt.


This, I do not like.

However no matter how lovely the baby may be dressed, she must also be fed.

But I think I may have actually found a solution to my "all the expensive clothes are ruined" dilemmas.

And that solution would be BIBaDO...

...which is a bib to be used at mealtimes (or whenever things are going to get a little messy really) but it offers something a little extra and actually, it's unlike any bib I've ever used before.

It is very bright and fun looking - which appeals to the kiddies - and it is easy to wipe clean, easy to fasten and easy to fold up to take out and about.

What makes it different though is the fact that rather than simply fastening around the neck, allowing all those drips, food bits and milk spills to gather all over those lovely, brand new white leggings we are wearing for the first time (sob!), this is designed to stop all of that happening.

By being worn like a large apron it totally covers the arms and upper body and then fastens with velcro underneath the high-chair tray to create a totally mess free barrier between baby clothes and food spills...

And it really blooming works too - it is perfect for busy mornings and for days out or parties when there's no room to be having the extra special, extra fancy outfits ruined...

I have to admit though, Willow wasn't a fan of wearing it at first - she is a real fuss pot and wasn't happy with the crinkly, waterproof material being on her arms, but she soon came around and forgot it was there...

I for one think the BIBaDO is a really useful, time-saving, clothes-saving item and it now comes everywhere with me.

~ It is fabulous ~

And if you fancy winning yourself one of the fab BIBaDO's, there is one up for grabs - simply follow the steps on the Rafflecopter below...

I mean anything that makes parenting easier is a winner, right.

* item sent free of charge to review - words, images & thoughts are all my own

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