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Product Review: Little Baby Bugs Bibs

Posted by SussexMummy | Posted in Information | Posted on 12-08-2011

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The bandana bib reviews continue – bet you thought they were long gone didn’t you?

“Little Baby Bugs” is owned and run by two WAHM’s Becky and Louise who are based in Rochdale. They design, make and sell all their products themselves, and their range is very impressive. They hand-make bibs, reusable wipes, tag blankets, wet bags and cloth nappies in a range of colourful designs. They are even beginning offer a bespoke service where they’ll use specific colour stitching or embroidery to make your item super unique and personal to you and your little ones.

“Little Baby Bugs” sent me two bibs to test out, and I can officially say these are the cuddliest bibs I have ever felt. The quality is incredible too, and they work beautifully. Not a drop of dribble made it on to my little man’s clothing and I think he rather enjoyed cuddling his bib too. I think the only time I wouldn’t use these bibs would be during especially hot weather. The soft fluffy fleece and minky material of the bib is rather warm and snuggly and so overheating and sweating may occur, but to be fair in heatwaves most babies tend to be naked apart from their nappy anyway!

Now I failed to take photos of my little man modelling these bibs but I did get shots of the gorgeous way they were packaged up!



“Little Baby Bugs” can be found on Facebook where there is a Folksy shop, but they will be launching their website soon. You can also follow them @LittleBabyBugs_