About three weeks ago I was contacted by Ellery Harris of Bazzle Baby, Inc who kindly offered to send me one of their products to review here on my blog.  I was thrilled at the opportunity since I’ve never done an official product review here.  I’ve given my opinion on certain things, both baby and food related, but I’ve never done a real, sponsored review.  So here goes nothing…

So, what or who is Bazzle Baby?  Well, I’m glad you asked.  Bazzle Baby is a family owned and operated company founded by Amanda Davis.  She is a mother who, once her first daughter came along, dreamed of better, more stylish baby bibs.  All of the bibs at Bazzle Baby have been designed with a specific problem in mind.  These bibs have been created to help solve some of the most common baby problems – from drool, to spit-up, to messy feedings.  Bazzle Baby creates more than just bibs!  They also make burp cloths, pacifier clips, aprons and nursing cover-ups.  The materials used to make all of the products are safe and do not contain any chemicals that would be harsh on baby.

I was sent one of Bazzle Baby’s BandaBibs.  When I first saw it and read what it was, I though, “Wow, what a cute idea!”  You see, the BandaBib was created for babies in the teething and drooling stage (which can last quite some time).  My recently turned one year old daughter was, and still is, a big drooler.  I remember hating to put her in cute little outfits when she first started teething because they were either a) going to become soaked with drool in a matter of minutes, or b) get covered up by an stupid bib.  The BandaBib solves this problem.  These bibs are not only highly functional in keeping the drool from soaking your baby’s clothes, but they’re also cute and stylish.  They come in many different colors and pattern so they can be worn as an accessory to any outfit. The BandaBib is made from a soft, absorbent cotton.  It fits close to your baby’s chin and is great for teething or feeding.  Keeping a baby’s neck and chin area dry is important during those drooly months because if you don’t, it can cause soreness and chafing which is no fun at all!

This bib was so cute on Nora that it just looked like it was part of her outfit when she wore it.  It didn’t bother her or rub up against her in a way that made her uncomfortable (and trust me, she doesn’t keep much of anything on!).  She is drinking from sippy and straw cups exclusively now and is always dribbling milk and water out of her mouth.  She usually ends up with a soaked shirt within seconds of handing her the cup.  The BandaBib was the perfect solution for this.  Her clothes stayed dry and she looked cute too!  One thing that I really like is that the BandaBib isn’t lined with some waterproof type material.  We have a few bibs that claim to keep baby dry but they’re plastic-y and cheap looking and usually the water, milk or drool just runs right off and onto her clothing anyway.  I love how this bib is just soft and cozy with no plastic-y feel.  It absorbs well without being waterproof.  Overall, I highly recommend this product.  I only wish that I had known about it sooner!  It would have saved some really cute outfits from being drooled and dribbled on.

Now you have the chance to win one of these adorable bibs for your little one.  All you have to do to enter is visit Bazzle Baby on the web and pick out your favorite BandaBib pattern!  Come back here and leave a comment telling me which one you just love.  A winner will be chosen on Thursday, May 13, 2010.   Good luck!

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