Best bibs for the messy little ones?

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Best bibs for the messy little ones?

Postby susanjayneh » 29 Oct 2007, 15:57

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Postby AB&M » 29 Oct 2007, 21:07

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Postby Gypsy » 30 Oct 2007, 00:56

I'm so impressed you can get Silly Billyz in UK - they are an NZ company (OK - we might have lost the Rugby World Cup again but I'm still very parochial).

They are wonderful bibs - I have 10 of them in the long sleeve variety and swear by them.

They also do floor mats that have the polyester backing and the polar fleece top, which are machine washable and very very useful.

www.sillybillyz.com
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Postby Mrs Aroo » 30 Oct 2007, 19:56

Like the muslins idea...

Today ALL his bibs were dirty (must remember to switch washig machine on... just filling it is not enough) so in desperation I grabbed an old teatowel, cut two holes in it, stuck his arms through and tucked it round his neck.

Worked a treat!
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Postby Mrs Aroo » 31 Oct 2007, 19:31

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