Bibs For Kids–Bandana Bibs for a Cause ((Review))

*I received this product free for review. All opinions expressed are my own.*

If you’re headed to a baby shower, bibs make a perfect present! Or if you’re a new parent, you’re going to need a few bibs unless you just delight in changing babies clothing over and over again. While I didn’t really like them with our son, I quickly realized this time around it was because we weren’t using the right kind of bibs. Bandana bibs are where it’s at. They’re soft, don’t bind the neck, they catch food, drool, & spit-up with ease, and still maintain a certain flair and style. My daughter also doesn’t try to rip them off, so win there!

While there are quite a few fun bandana bib choices on the market, you can’t go wrong with Bibs For Kids. They have 6 unique styles with each one benefitting a cause affecting children here in America. While ultimately I’d love to support every single one, Children with Autism was the bib we chose. My first job out of college was working as a special needs teaching assistant, and aside for now being a mother, it was some of the most rewarding days of my life. 

Their Kickstarter campaign ends soon and is worth checking out! If you can’t donate consider sharing with your friends. And don’t forget to check out the creators. Their own personal experience with premature birth is what gave them idea for Bib For Kids. 

Baby K loves hers. It kept her dry from excess drool, caught her teething biscuits, & even kept her pacifier off the floor. It also didn’t get in the way of playtime. She could crawl, stand, and inteact with toys without it being in her way. This mama highly recommends Bibs For Kids.

The Six Bibs (and causes):

Childhood Hunger 

Premature Birth

Pediatric HIV

Children with Autism

Childhood Cancer 

Pediatric Cerebral Palsy

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“They don’t just save clothes, they save lives.” — Bibs For Kids 

Which cause would you support? 

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