I love it when I stumble across companies that sell well made, affordable items that are useful. Recently I found Silly Billyz which is a shop that sells lovely items such as bibs, towels and comforters. Silly Billyz recently contacted us to offer us the opportunity to review one of their bibs. After looking at their website, I decided to go with the Fleece Messy Eater Bib. As Jessica is less than impressed with bibs, I decided that this could work as a perfect fit for a crafting bib for Reuben.
The Messy Eater Bib has long sleeves and the front is long and wide, which will cover the knees when they are sitting. It also comes with press clip studs on the sides which then turns the bib from a ‘apron’ style to having a food catching pocket. It fastens around the neck and also has a tie up around the waist.
Silly Billyz recommend that this bib is up to age 3, Reuben is almost 4 and it fits him perfectly and he isn’t small for his age.
We chose the orange and navy fleece style bib, there are other colours available.
The fleece front is good quality and washes up nicely. The arms are wipeable which is perfect when they drag their arms across their newly painted pictures.
We love that this bib can be used for both eating and crafts. You can buy it when they are young for eating and then as they grow use it as crafting apron. As it can grow with your baby into toddler and then preschooler it makes it excellent value for money. The range is great and has a variety of colours, all unisex. We would definitely recommend this for everyone.
Not only were we lucky enough to be sent a Messy Eater bib to review, we have also been given the opportunity to giveaway one of the navy and orange bibs to TWO readers. Enter the giveaway below for your chance to win. The giveaway will end on 26 October, remember to read the terms and conditions!
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We were given this bib in exchange for an honest review, all thoughts are my own.
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