Monday, July 20, 2015

Tidy Tiger Silicone Baby Bib from BabyBear Review

 

Tidy Tiger Soft Silicone Food and Crumb Catcher Baby Bib - BPA Free

from Babybear


  • Food pocket that catches mess

  • Adjustable fastener for a perfectly comfortable fit

  • Made from food grade silicone for softness

  • Easy to clean; simply rinse off under water or place on top rack of dishwasher

  • Latex Free, Phthalate Free, BPA Free, Lead Free


Comfortable for the baby

- Made with soft silicone

- Adjustable neck fastener for secure fit

- Will not irritate delicate skin

- Easily adjusts to fit growing baby



Durable and practical.

- Deep pocket catches mess

- Leak proof

- Made with highest quality materials- BPA free

- Stain resistant

- Easy to clean (just rinse under water!)

- Top rack dishwasher safe

- Flexible material can easily be folded or rolled for storage and travel Make feeding fun for everyone!



     

                      

                Here Is Mine!







I was happy to get to try the Tidy Tiger Silicone Baby Bib from BabyBear.  I love cute stuff for babies but I am all about being practical!  This bib is both!  I really like that this bid does its job.  It protects babies clothes and keeps them from getting a lap full of food at the same time.


I love that this bib can be easily wiped or rinsed off in the sink and it dries quickly and is ready to use again.  This way I do  not have a pile of soiled baby bibs at the end of the day.  This is really nice! At the end of the day if I want to sanitize the bib, I can place it on the top rack of the dishwasher.  

 

This is very practical and convenient for me. I also like that this bib comes in several different sizes.  I chose the 6 month size to start off with.  I think this silicone baby bib would make a nice gift for a baby shower or a great buy for child caregivers.  





 
  I received this product in exchange for a review. All my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. 


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