Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Teething Solutions: Tommee Tippee Transitioning Comfy Neck Bib

As you know, we are huge fans of Tommee Tippee. I am actually kind of sad that our last baby is now one year old, so a lot of our regular Tommee Tippee products wont be needed for much longer. One product we will continue to use for a while longer is bibs, and Tommee Tippee just came out with an awesome innovation with their bibs. The super comfortable Transitioning Comfy neck bib is amazing. Not only is it made with a super soft material, the neck has a special padding on it to make dribbles less, and prevents rashes and chafing that can happen with more traditional bibs.

Protect baby's tender skin with super-absorbent closer to nature comfy-neck bibs. Closer to nature comfy-neck bibs have a unique dribble catcher that absorbs moisture, helping prevent rashes on baby's sensitive skin. Our comfy-neck bibs are super-soft on tender young skin, yet work really hard to soak up dribbles and spills before they can cause a rash. Perfect for those first milk feeds, they're also ideal for the teething stage. Classically simple and will match all of baby's outfits.

We are very impressed with this bib, and I really wish that we had it sooner while my daughter was an active teether. As it is now, she is getting a couple molars and the drool spills over a little bit, but not like it was when she was younger. These bibs would have been amazing and comfortable for her to wear during that time period. They are also really affordable, and around $7.99 a pack, so great to throw in a baby shower bag with other awesome Tommee Tippee products!
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