I was given a Mum 2 Mum Teething Bandana Wonder Bib for the purpose of this review but all words and opinions are my own.
When the Child was three months old I was convinced she was teething – her hands were constantly in her mouth and she was dribbling like nobody’s business. But it was another four months before a tooth made an appearance so looking back I’m pretty sure it was less about teeth and more about discovering she had hands.
So this time round when the Newbie started gnawing on his fists I assumed it was the same thing. As the weeks have gone on, however, and F has got more cranky and more forceful with his chomping I’m starting to think a tooth is on the way. Combine this with the constant dribbling of a refluxy baby and I was delighted when Baby & More contacted me asking if I wanted to review their Mum 2 Mum Teething Bandana Wonder Bib.
This award winning dribble bib has a silicone teether attached to the corner meaning there is no chance of bub dropping the teether (and then starting the internal battle typical of all parents over whether the five second rule counts for babies). It’s also great for babies F’s age who don’t have the hand-eye coordination to use a more traditional teething toy. I have to admit the teether element is a little bit big for the Newbie’s mouth at the moment but he still manages to have a good go on it and it seems hard-wearing so I’m confident it will last him until he gets bigger.
I’ve always favoured the bandana style bib after the Child got a fungal infection in her fat flaps (now that’s an anecdote for her 18th birthday) and I realised the traditional bibs did nothing to keep those hidden crevices dry. The Mum 2 Mum Teething Bandana Wonder Bib, with its cotton upper and waterproof back, is perfect for keeping the Newbie’s neckline dry especially as he can dribble through a fabric bib in the time it takes me to do it up at the back.
Available in ten colours and currently on sale at £6.75 (usual price £9) from Baby & More this is a great product for your teething tot at whatever age their teeth start making their presence known.